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    Default what you can do BEFORE residancy

    All right I've been on here 3 months and just assumed I was out of luck hunting for 1 year.... (unless I had bookoo $$$) and today I realized I have other options... so I vote for STICKY POST for resident and non resident tag and license fees....(updated as regulations change)

    NON-RESIDENT
    - Small Game -- $20
    - All Game --$85
    - Hunting/Trapping -- $250

    Tag Fees are in excess of $150 per game animal /-wolf at $30

    PLEASE READ YEARLY HUNTING REGULATIONS BEFORE HUNTING/TRAPPING

    Now I'm going to F&G for a Small Game license to get me some rabbit stew..lol

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    Default get your state and federal duck stamps...

    and QUACK QUACK, BOOM BOOM!

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    You may want to add in the new regs effective 1 Jan for military folks.

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    Small game... Keep you in practice until next year
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alaska Gray View Post
    Small game... Keep you in practice until next year
    Now you know why all my rifles have a tang safety just like my Mossberg 500 I want to engage a charging brownie with exactly the same muscle memory I use to bust a flushed hare.

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    Talking charging brownies???

    i was out yesterday looking for bunnies and i was charged by two leprechauns and a small garden gnome, but no brownies. i think they are primarily found in the british isles.
    fortunately i have a big 'ol macho banana clip on my 10/22 and the little fellers were just mowed down like last years pushki.
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    THe reason you have to wait a year to hunt big game in Alaska? That's how long it takes to read and understand the hunting Regulations !!!
    It seems not all guides and outfitters understand them either, it's not just when you can hunt, but where you can hunt, with what, the list is staggering/ semi-mindboggleing. SO use your time wisely and READ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by homerdave View Post
    i was out yesterday looking for bunnies and i was charged by two leprechauns and a small garden gnome, but no brownies. i think they are primarily found in the british isles.
    fortunately i have a big 'ol macho banana clip on my 10/22 and the little fellers were just mowed down like last years pushki.
    cause the Brownies up here are busi filling cookie orders at the moment....
    "If you are on a continuous search to be offended, you will always find what you are looking for; even when it isn't there."

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