Old Mossy Horns
If you think about it....if even just 1 non res buys them, that's $100 more than they made off of them last year!They’ve been on a roll the last few years with increases on non- res
And I was contemplating joining a club down at Camden. That right there if enacted will most likely put a screeching halt to that. They will keep right on sticking it to non residents as long as we pay it.They’ve been on a roll the last few years with increases on non- res
thank you for that link, lotta cute details in there about different bag limits for non rez, a one bird limit the first wek of the season.Non res tags going to $100 for 2 birds.
thats not law yet - currently it's three birds for all, can kill 2 a day, and tags are free (have to have hunting / big game license)Its been several years since I hunted SC see few things have changed looks like only allowed 1 bird day now. Non res get one less tag and pay 100 for the 2 they are making it tough. So what is total cost to hunt turkey now as non res?
OK was wondering last time I hunted in SC was early 2000s plenty birds then and 2 day was good to go. From sounds way they heading doesn't look like ill be going any time soon but who knows I'll probably go broke from them birds one the days anywaythats not law yet - currently it's three birds for all, can kill 2 a day, and tags are free (have to have hunting / big game license)
$100 plus the $326
It's not the $100 to me either............it's the principle of the thing.that's the way it reads - the $100 is for the tags, not for the licenses
it's not the $100 bucks to me,,,it's that on top of all the other stuff,,,,killed plenty in SC,,maybe time to go terrorize somewhere else (VA, GA, AL, etc),,,
the season overlap (plan is to start about when NC did) was worse to me -
time will tell,,,not making any decisions today