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    Looks like some that fork out a couple grand, when applying for tags, won't be required to lend the State the money for a couple months.
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    Hmmm, sounds like it's going to be a lot harder to get a tag then.
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    Sweet! Going to start putting my oldest in the draw this year. Hopefully she can get a moose tag before I die!!

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    If we don't have to pay the full amounts I'm guessing so many more people will now apply for the tags. It usually costs me over $800 for all of my tags I put in for initially but I get checks in the mail a few months later. This definitely won't help the chance to draw tags to me.
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    This definitely won't help the chance to draw tags to me.
    You, me, or anyone else. Point creep just turned into point blast off.
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    Costs continue to raise...
    I for one was not in favor of the parks department and wildlife department combining.
    And I still am NOT
    I feel there is some commingling of funds going on
    basically most recently are fees - habitat stamps and application fees - minimal increase in tag costs for in state res.
    The state CO continues to try and come up with some rationalization to increase in-state license

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    stand by for more changes. I've read that the CDOW&P is entertaining the idea of raising the $3 app. fee in the near future. The number of applicants sky rocketed for all species this year since they only needed to front $3 to apply, so the state is now licking their chops thinking they can raise that $3 up to 10, maybe $20 in the near future and bring in even more funds on the backs of the hunters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TRnCO View Post
    stand by for more changes. I've read that the CDOW&P is entertaining the idea of raising the $3 app. fee in the near future. The number of applicants sky rocketed for all species this year since they only needed to front $3 to apply, so the state is now licking their chops thinking they can raise that $3 up to 10, maybe $20 in the near future and bring in even more funds on the backs of the hunters.
    I sure hope not. They have to be saving money by not having to do the refund process of mailing checks to those that paid via credit card.

    He only plus would be the cost for a preference point would go up, so that may make people think twice about stacking a bunch.

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