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Other than the tag cost, is

Other than the tag cost, is there also a general hunting license that needs to be purchased like in AZ or NM?

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Tag/License

prhunter wrote:

Other than the tag cost, is there also a general hunting license that needs to be purchased like in AZ or NM?

From what I know of WY, only one antelope hunt so far, your license to hunt is your tag. There is a "conservation fee" of like $15 or so if I recall correctly.

I may be wrong but I think that's it. I'm sure someone more familiar with the WY regs will be along shortly.

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prhunter wrote:

Other than the tag cost, is there also a general hunting license that needs to be purchased like in AZ or NM?

 

 

*** There is a $14 nonrefundable application fee if you apply for a tag in the drawings.  You also pay the license fee up front by credit card and you get that back if you don't draw a tag.  Each hunter is required to buy a $12.50 Conservation Stamp.  If you want to bow hunt an early season with the tag a NR can buy a $35 archery permit and hunt that season.  If you don;t fill your tag then, you can then hunt the rifle season.  That is unique to Wyoming, as I'm not sure any other state lets you do that.  If you wait and buy leftover tags that go on sale in July you don't have to pay the $14 application fee.  I've hunted Wyoming almost every year since 1994.

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Very cool

Looks like a great hunt and nice pics, congrats!

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Congrats!

I got so wrapped up in answering a question that I failed to congratulate the hunters.

My apologies for my oversight. Well done guys!

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Awesome

That's how it's done congratulations. That is so awesome.:=D>

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AWESOME !!

Some nice animals there. Sounds like fun except for the driving part. You guys are lucky to have a antelope season, it is my favorite meat. I think up here we have had about 4 antelope seasons since the late 80's, they just can't handle our winters as we are on the northern tip of their range.

 And our mule deer took a pounding last winter too along with whitetail.

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Way to go Hoggetter! For a

Way to go Hoggetter! For a walk-in hunt that looks like you guys did very well indeed. Even more so since you didn;t know anything about the area.

Thanks for the pics.

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Thanks

Thanks for all the good comments!

You guys are all to cool !!!

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