Colorado Regs are out

realunlucky

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Always figuring a way to get that extra dime from everyone. Thanks for the heads up on the stamp
 

HellsCanyon

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Got mine in the mail the other day... will likely be on a 3rd season hunt this year or early archery...

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bnsafe

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i can only apply for a pp this year, but hopefully i can figure it out a little better and get a leftover liscense or two when they come out. i will be a resident by then.
 

cali_hornhunter

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Ok don't mean to hijack the thread but I'm considering applying for deer and the way I understand is that you pay 325 and if you don't get drawn you get refunded 300 and they keep 25 for a point or am I missing something?
 

Craig4791

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Ok don't mean to hijack the thread but I'm considering applying for deer and the way I understand is that you pay 325 and if you don't get drawn you get refunded 300 and they keep 25 for a point or am I missing something?

Correct. They will mail you a refund check for everything but the point fee.
 

Owens

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I was thinking the same as gotllamas. But you also have the $10 habitat stamp. So minimum $13 if you had a tag last year, $38 if you didn't.
 
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