So I have a friend who moved back to Idaho several months ago and he mentioned to me maybe i should try to plan a hunt to Idaho next year. To chase elk and deer, so I get on the Idaho fish and game website. Check prices for non-resident hunting license and deer and elk tags not to bad of prices I thought. I figured since I'm looking whats a non residents half to pay for a moose tag in Idaho? So i find it and talk about sticker shock wow $2101.75 and that has to be sent in at the time of application as well. So by now I'm curious whats a bighorn sheep tag cost along with a goat tag, again these tags have to be drawn as well anyhow same price as the moose tag and same stipulations the tag fee has to be sent in at the time of application. So imagine writing a check for $6300 bucks to put in for those 3 permits obviously it will be refunded to you if you don't win the permits but wow!
I'm not one of those anti, ban out of state hunters but dang you think Alaska would be somewhat closer to other states as far non-resident fees. Montana was not to bad at $750-755 for moose, sheep and goat. Oregon was $1300 for Sheep and Goat.