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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Sat, 2011-02-19 08:55#12
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.
Sat, 2011-02-19 09:15#13
I have hunted in only 2
I have hunted in only 2 states: Upper and Lower Peninsulas of Michigan. 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.
Sat, 2011-02-19 16:42#14
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.
Sat, 2011-02-19 17:56#15
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.
Sat, 2011-02-19 19:32#17
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.
Sat, 2011-02-19 21:17#18
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)
Sat, 2011-02-26 12:12#19
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.
Sat, 2011-02-26 12:56#20
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.