Nevada has probably the greatest tag system. Love their tag fees, most are a 10x multiple, ie a resident has to pay $120, a non-res $1200.
$60 resident antelope, $300 non-res. (5x multiple)
states take notice and mimic!
I think they understand residents are willing to pay a fair price for a once in a lifetime tag while not soaking non-res with the bill. ie a res can pay $120 for a goat/sheep, while a non-res pays $1200, neither are un-reasonable at all! vs. other states charging IMO any resident less than $100 for a once in a lifetime sheep/goat tag is absurd.
Prime example of why all states need to goto a 5x-10x multiple ratio, and simply squaring bonus points is the best for all, gives the guy with 1 pts a chance, while giving the guy with 20pts....400 pits/chances! and more than likely the tag will goto higher points holders.
Quality game, great system, fairest fees, what's not to love? I say let's keep it our lil secret....ssssshhhhhh haha.
and not all states are the same, so some variation is needed of course, ie if you have 500k elk vs. 20k elk.