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Missouri raising non-resident fees

December 19, 2008 at 02:44 PM

The Missouri Conservation Commission voted Friday to scrap plans to raise hunting and fishing permit prices for residents. But the proposed fee hikes are still to take effect July 1 for non-residents. Here’s how much permits will now cost:

PERMIT TYPE—NEW PRICE—CURRENT PRICE

Non-resident fishing—$42—$40

Non-resident furbearing hunting/trapping—$130—$120

Non-resident small game—$80—$75

Non-resident spring turkey—$190—$175

Non-resident fall turkey—$110—$105

Non-resident firearm any-deer—$225—$175

Non-resident firearm antlerless deer—$25—$7

Non-resident archer’s hunting—$225—$150

Non-resident managed deer—$225—$175

Non-resident archery antlerless deer—$25—$7

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It’s still far cheaper for Illinois to hunt deer in Missouri than for us to hunt deer in Illinois. And you don’t even have to win a lottery.

Posted by Teak Phillips on 12/19 at 07:57 PM

And how, and I think Wisconsin is one of the biggest bargains in non-resident hunting.

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