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    What Does It Cost to Hunt In Your State?

    I am in Washington. It has been years since my schedule provided an opportunity to go out. I was thinking of doing some pheasant hunting as I really enjoy that. Here is what it would have cost me.

    License - $38
    Upland Bird Stamp - $92
    Vehicle permit - $14 (allows you to park on public lands)

    Total - $144 just to go pheasant hunting.

    If I decide to go deer hunting I add another $42.20

    A turkey tag is $17.30

    State migratory waterfowl stamp is $12.50

    Federal duck stamp is another $15.

    When did it get so expensive to hunt?
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    I can't believe that PA is more reasonably priced for hunting than WA!
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    Oregon

    Hunting license-$29.50

    Upland Game Bird Stamp-$8.50

    Waterfowl Bird Stamp-$11.50

    Deer Tag-$24.50

    Elk Tag-$42.50

    http://www.dfw.state.or.us/resources...g_trapping.asp
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    Quote Originally Posted by btcave View Post
    Oregon

    Hunting license-$29.50

    Upland Game Bird Stamp-$8.50

    Waterfowl Bird Stamp-$11.50

    Deer Tag-$24.50

    Elk Tag-$42.50

    http://www.dfw.state.or.us/resources...g_trapping.asp
    I need to move to Oregon.
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    Here's to pussy and gunpowder. One to live for, the other to die by.....Goddamn though, I do love the smell of 'em both !!!

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    Resident IN, 1deer per licence
    To bow hunt for deer it is $24 early or late season
    To gun hunt for deer it is $24 a two week season
    To hunt deer using a Muzzleloader it is $24 a two week season
    But if you are hunting for meat only you can buy a antlerless licence & hunt all seasons with all legal weapons for that season. only $24 for the 1st & $15 for the rest
    (you can't eat antlers)
    Non-resident "Sux" good thing I live here.
    $150 for deer
    http://www.in.gov/dnr/fishwild/2380.htm

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    I live in California, how much is it out here? I've never been. The last gun I shot was a paintball gun; which isn't too bad by the way.
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    If I hunt my own land... Zip - no license required. This is Mississippi - "Sportsman's" license (hunt and fish) is $35 last I checked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brohandy View Post
    I live in California, how much is it out here? I've never been. The last gun I shot was a paintball gun; which isn't too bad by the way.
    brobrandy!!

    Do some research on hunting clubs or private land in Cali.
    Try and find some hunters that will help you get into the sport.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brohandy View Post
    I live in California, how much is it out here? I've never been. The last gun I shot was a paintball gun; which isn't too bad by the way.
    I don't remember the liscensing fee's, but depending on what you hunt it can be pretty reasonable. Boar tags are always cheap down there.

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