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Washington, Idaho, Montana,

Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, North Dakota, South Dakota, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois, Virginia, West Virginia, Mississippi, Alabama

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I have been to 5

I have been to 5 states...Colorado, Wyoming, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Missouri, hoping to make it 6 this year and maybe 7 next year.

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I have hunted in only 2

I have hunted in only 2 states: Upper and Lower Peninsulas of Michigan.Big smile I know - most of us think it's one state, but if you're from da U.P. you think differently.

I have fished in Michigan (both of them), Minnesota, Florida, Massachesetts, Maine, Texas, Wyoming, Canada and France.

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Although I have not been back

Although I have not been back for over 20 years now I was born a Yooper, and you are correct. They are different states with slightly different languages. Big smile

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How many states ?

I have only hunted big game in Colorado not counting predators, small game, fishing, and birds. I have hunted predators in Utah and Nebraska though. Thumbs up

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hunter25---You're being very

hunter25---You're being very polite when you say that about the Yoopers.  In truth, they have a completely different language more in tune with the Canucks, eh!!!

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So far I have Utah, Colorado,

So far I have Utah, Colorado, Arizona, Montana, Nevada, Idaho, Texas, and Alaska.  New Mexico, and Wyoming seam that they just don't wan't any of my money.  But then that also seams a lot like the states that I hunt now since I have such a hard time drawing tags. 

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states

i guess about 20 states. i'd like to hunt in all of them. but the eastern states only offer deer and turkey mostly. i like the western states better.

 

alaska, hawaii, oregon, ohio, kansas, wyoming, colorado, oklahoma, florida, texas nebraska, missouri, montana, utah, iowa, ontario province, south dakota, (16 states, one canadian province)

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states I've hunted

I've hunted big game in Colorado, Montana, Alaska, Oklahoma, Wyoming, and Texas.

With such great hunting here in Montana, I can't see paying the high non-resident fees in other states for critters that I can hunt here for much less $$.

I'm thinking seriously about a hunt in Hawaii.  The temperature is ABOVE 0* and they have some critters that we don't have here in Montana.

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i hunted the big island and

i hunted the big island and satyed in kona, hawaii.

south of kona, there's a couple good public land places to go. i saw a lot of goats.

if you bowhunt, i hear a lot of golf courses will let you hunt them too.

 

i think the non resident license was $100. no tags in HI either. limits are PER DAY!!!

 

you need to register a firearm if you bring one with the county when you arrive, i think you do this at the police station. call first though.