cohunter14 said:Keep in mind that the CPW has full ability to make changes to prices on an annual basis now. This year the primary rate hike was for residents. Don't be surprised if prices continue to be bumped each year moving forward.
The crazy thing is the CPW actually considered doing the preference point fee for all species this year instead of just moose, sheep, and goat ($50 resident, $100 non resident). Imagine how that would have gone over!
DTP said:I know CO isn't typically a highly sought after speed goat area. I just want the points so I can tie them in with another elk or deer hunt!
Tecumseh said:I just saw this morning that NR have to either purchase a spring turkey license for $151.75 or a small game license for $81.75 in order to apply for the big game draw! What a bunch of BS!! Figure in the $9.00 application fee you?re out 90.75 just to apply.
cohunter14 said:Correct me if I?m wrong, but for those folks who just want to hunt OTC in Colorado, I don?t think you have to buy the qualifying license. I think that might be only if you apply for a point or a tag?