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Author Topic: 2021 Oregon Draw Tag Percentages Projections Are Posted  (Read 2660 times)

Offline dilleytech

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Re: 2021 Oregon Draw Tag Percentages Projections Are Posted
« Reply #15 on: January 30, 2021, 09:02:20 AM »
What would the total cost for a out of state hunter be to put in for spring bear Oregon?

$172 for the non-resident annual hunting license.  $8 for the application fee for the controlled spring bear tag.  If you draw the tag the tag cost is $16.50.  Oregon sells the predator tags at the same cost to both residents and non-residents. 


Since you paid for the license with the application, might as well hunt something else.  A fall bear tag is $16.50, and an additional bear tag is $16.50 beyond that.  A cougar tag is $16.50. A non-resident game bird validation is $44.50 and covers most bird hunting except turkey, which is a separate tag.   The larger expense for Oregon is in the non-resident deer/elk/etc. game tags.

Well that is pretty attractive. And with all the nonsense going on with Washington seasons Iím having a hard time supporting there spring hunt. 

 


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