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Wy Grizzy hunting
« on: March 28, 2018, 05:52:34 AM »
The proposed season will include a draw for 24 permits for this fall season. Up to 6 permits may be available to non-residents. The non-resident license fee is proposed at $6,000 and resident license fees at $600. More information will be available once regulations are approved.

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Re: Wy Grizzy hunting
« Reply #1 on: March 28, 2018, 06:44:27 AM »
Thanks for sharing the info. Going to give this opportunity some serious consideration.
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Re: Wy Grizzy hunting
« Reply #2 on: March 28, 2018, 09:03:53 AM »
If you go to their website this is open to public comment. I may be being cheap but I asked for them to consider lowering the non-resident price tag. I know it will be a highly sought after hunt but $6000 seems pretty spendy for an average hunter that would like to have a shot at a Griz in there lifetime  :dunno: I will do points option if available until im rich!

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Re: Wy Grizzy hunting
« Reply #3 on: March 28, 2018, 09:22:22 AM »
Nowhere else can you touch a grizz hunt for 6k I don’t think.  I’ll be applying for it given the chance and will just have to figure it out how to pay for it should I draw.
That would make the wife super happy I’m sure.  :chuckle:

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Re: Wy Grizzy hunting
« Reply #4 on: March 28, 2018, 09:31:25 AM »
If you go to their website this is open to public comment. I may be being cheap but I asked for them to consider lowering the non-resident price tag. I know it will be a highly sought after hunt but $6000 seems pretty spendy for an average hunter that would like to have a shot at a Griz in there lifetime  :dunno: I will do points option if available until im rich!

sounds pretty reasonable to me. supply and demand after all. how many other lower 48 grizzly tags can you get cheaper? if anything its low for non rez and any one who isn't a resident of Wyoming should be happy there even made available. Idaho's one tag there talking about better be resident only

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Re: Wy Grizzy hunting
« Reply #5 on: March 28, 2018, 11:31:10 AM »
If you go to their website this is open to public comment. I may be being cheap but I asked for them to consider lowering the non-resident price tag. I know it will be a highly sought after hunt but $6000 seems pretty spendy for an average hunter that would like to have a shot at a Griz in there lifetime  :dunno: I will do points option if available until im rich!

sounds pretty reasonable to me. supply and demand after all. how many other lower 48 grizzly tags can you get cheaper? if anything its low for non rez and any one who isn't a resident of Wyoming should be happy there even made available. Idaho's one tag there talking about better be resident only

I totally understand the supply and demand but I still think they should lower the price so not just people with deep pockets can go on this hunt. Idaho will probably make that one tag an even draw open to anyone lol. More income that way in apps.

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Re: Wy Grizzy hunting
« Reply #6 on: March 28, 2018, 11:53:20 AM »
If you go to their website this is open to public comment. I may be being cheap but I asked for them to consider lowering the non-resident price tag. I know it will be a highly sought after hunt but $6000 seems pretty spendy for an average hunter that would like to have a shot at a Griz in there lifetime  :dunno: I will do points option if available until im rich!

sounds pretty reasonable to me. supply and demand after all. how many other lower 48 grizzly tags can you get cheaper? if anything its low for non rez and any one who isn't a resident of Wyoming should be happy there even made available. Idaho's one tag there talking about better be resident only

I totally understand the supply and demand but I still think they should lower the price so not just people with deep pockets can go on this hunt. Idaho will probably make that one tag an even draw open to anyone lol. More income that way in apps.
100% agree with you 180 grain, on everything you just said!  6,000 is ridiculous for a bear.  And I hope Idaho opens it up to everyone.
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Re: Wy Grizzy hunting
« Reply #7 on: March 28, 2018, 11:54:44 AM »
Lord grizzly, tell us how you really feel about non res hunters! 😆
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Re: Wy Grizzy hunting
« Reply #8 on: March 28, 2018, 11:56:40 AM »
 :yeah:

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Re: Wy Grizzy hunting
« Reply #9 on: March 28, 2018, 12:07:07 PM »
Lord grizzly, tell us how you really feel about non res hunters! 😆

let me tell you about my dream of a border wall. and i'm not talking about Mexico's border either...

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Re: Wy Grizzy hunting
« Reply #10 on: March 28, 2018, 12:09:07 PM »
If you go to their website this is open to public comment. I may be being cheap but I asked for them to consider lowering the non-resident price tag. I know it will be a highly sought after hunt but $6000 seems pretty spendy for an average hunter that would like to have a shot at a Griz in there lifetime  :dunno: I will do points option if available until im rich!

sounds pretty reasonable to me. supply and demand after all. how many other lower 48 grizzly tags can you get cheaper? if anything its low for non rez and any one who isn't a resident of Wyoming should be happy there even made available. Idaho's one tag there talking about better be resident only

I totally understand the supply and demand but I still think they should lower the price so not just people with deep pockets can go on this hunt. Idaho will probably make that one tag an even draw open to anyone lol. More income that way in apps.
100% agree with you 180 grain, on everything you just said!  6,000 is ridiculous for a bear.  And I hope Idaho opens it up to everyone.

remember were talking about the first chance at a lower 48 grizzly hunt in I don't know how long, not just a bear. 6 grand is a deal. id happily pay

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Re: Wy Grizzy hunting
« Reply #11 on: March 28, 2018, 06:07:24 PM »
If you go to their website this is open to public comment. I may be being cheap but I asked for them to consider lowering the non-resident price tag. I know it will be a highly sought after hunt but $6000 seems pretty spendy for an average hunter that would like to have a shot at a Griz in there lifetime  :dunno: I will do points option if available until im rich!

sounds pretty reasonable to me. supply and demand after all. how many other lower 48 grizzly tags can you get cheaper? if anything its low for non rez and any one who isn't a resident of Wyoming should be happy there even made available. Idaho's one tag there talking about better be resident only

I totally understand the supply and demand but I still think they should lower the price so not just people with deep pockets can go on this hunt. Idaho will probably make that one tag an even draw open to anyone lol. More income that way in apps.
100% agree with you 180 grain, on everything you just said!  6,000 is ridiculous for a bear.  And I hope Idaho opens it up to everyone.

remember were talking about the first chance at a lower 48 grizzly hunt in I don't know how long, not just a bear. 6 grand is a deal. id happily pay
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6000 dollars is outrageous! I will be putting in though  :chuckle: and so will a million other people. I think there is a good chance idaho will make it residents only which I agree is correct with only 1 tag available. Idaho has a decent record of not chasing money with every game decision they make unlike most other states

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Re: Wy Grizzy hunting
« Reply #12 on: March 28, 2018, 06:32:56 PM »
What’s everyone’s guess on how many non resident applications there will be?
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Re: Wy Grizzy hunting
« Reply #13 on: March 28, 2018, 06:38:53 PM »
Not that many at $6 grand, pay up front.

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Re: Wy Grizzy hunting
« Reply #14 on: March 28, 2018, 07:06:22 PM »
Enough to make it competitive odds.
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