- Jun 29, 2001
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Rumor is he filed suit against Nevada. Can anyone confirm? If so, AZ was the begining of the end...
Why don't you try pulling your head out of your ___ and open your mind a little to how Arizona residents may feel? This whole issue is revolving around more money for USO.[/b]
Couesnam why is that?, is it due to the fact theat NR Fees are so much higher?
90/10 then let me NR pay the same as you the Resident
80/20 then make the NR pay 2x the Residents
70/30 then make the NR pay 3x the Residents
60/40 then make the NR pay 4x the Residents
I have no problem with a resident having better odds, but not better odds and a much better price. I also feel the state of CA is wrong by not letting NR hunt certain animals here. I feel it is BS that you must hunt with a guide in Alaska, or a guide or resident to hunt the wilderness areas of Wyoming.
MONEY is it, the STATES want to keep residents happy with "low" tag fees, so they say sorry sucker to the NR. The states are no different than USO and all the other guide services that hunt in several states. Thats right there are more outfitters than just USO that will gain from this.
I also would like to know how do you feel about the AZ RESIDENT GUIDES that work for USO? They are RESIDENTS, they pay taxes in your state, they make there money from the NR and RESIDENT hunters that use USO booking service.
I hope things change in the way NR are treated in all states, that way one day you can afford to hunt New Mexico, Utah, Colorado etc., with a guide or WITHOUT ONE.