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Old 09-12-2011, 09:22 PM   #1
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do you have to pay fees for having a hunting licence

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Old 09-12-2011, 09:26 PM   #2
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Most places it's just a license fee. Some places also require a hunter's safety course that may cost a little or could be free, depending on where you live.

As far as a special tax other than the licensing fee? you'll have to check with your local agencies unless someone from your area pipes up and gives you a rundown.

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Other than a liscensing fee I don't know. I know that I had to take a hunter's saftey course, take a test after the course, and then purchase my liscense.

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Only thing I know is that is cost a little more if you are a out of state hunter, but special fee`s, not that I know of !

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That is an impossible question to answer unless we know what you are hunting and you know the state you're hunting in.Like for instance here in MI it's $15 to hunt deer,$100 for elk etc.

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Virginia has a hunting license fee, and a big game license fee. SOME counties also have a $1 or $2 Damage stamp fee- used to reimburse landowner's for damage done by "hunters".

However, with the exception of migratory waterfowl (which are Federal) each state sets their own games regulations, rules, licenses, fees. So- where are you hunting, and what?

PS- VA does not require a license to hunt on your own land.

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