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    As usual, they got some money out of me.

    $237.50 from my family for not even touching dirt in the state. (PP-D-E-A)

    It sure is expensive every year applying across the west.

    To put it into perspective:

    In Georgia I get the following points for FREE for everyone:

    Alligator
    Deer
    State Park Deer
    Dove
    Hog
    Turkey
    Waterfowl

    Apply here if your interested. Its free. Some of the better quote hunts produce some good bucks and some of the better turkey hunts are really good.

    https://quotahunt.gooutdoorsgeorgia....erLookup.aspx#
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    JimP had no issues buying a combo license here. My dad is burning his points for a hell of a bull tag. I'm in for points for the most part, as for my wife. KS and WY have some time built up for those hunts. Long term plan has points for me in a lot of states this year

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    That's interesting. I looked the site over a half dozen times looking for the combo license and all I found was the small game license for $29.75 I also didn't find anyplace to purchase my fishing license either.

    I am officially a old fart so my fishing license will only be $9.75 but you would think that it would be listed. Perhaps they take into consideration what I purchased last year since I bought the two licenses separately instead of a combo.

    But it is good to know that the combo license is on the page to purchase even if I didn't see it.
    If you don't care where you are, you are not lost....

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    I haven't started yet myself, but a couple local guys told me they were only able to buy the hunting license and when they called were told the fishing wouldn't be available until next month.
    Not sure what's going on

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    Quote Originally Posted by zpooch View Post
    Any suggestions or ideas to get some use out of this small game permit i'm forced to buy?
    I wouldn't use a shotgun during the elk hunt, but you could do so during your scouting time. I prefer to carry a .22 pistol before the hunt, and have it available at camp to use during the hunt if the right circumstances come up. On my 13 days in #44 a couple years ago I could have easily gotten a dozen grouse with my .22, and a lot more than that with a shotgun. I looked up the regs and you can use a rimfire, or a centerfire if it is less than 23 cal. So, another option is a .223; Check the regs. carefully though, as some seasons don't open until later in the year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LCH View Post
    Elk, deer, pronghorn points. Also asked for the leftover list in case something good fits my schedule.
    What did that run you total?

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    $118.75 is what it costs for a NR. Deer Elk Antelope

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    Quote Originally Posted by NDguy View Post
    What did that run you total?
    Yup, like Mallard said $118.75 exactly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mallardsx2 View Post
    $118.75 is what it costs for a NR. Deer Elk Antelope
    Do you need to buy the license first or can it all be on the same transaction?

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    Got to buy it first.

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