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Old 02-18-2008, 03:23 PM
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From what I see here, it looks like this:

Non-resident hunting (5-day) $28.75
Non-resident hunting (regular) $50.75
Non-resident archery Deer permit (either-sex) $366.00
Non-resident archery Deer permit (antlerless only) $15.50
Non-resident firearms/muzzleloader Deer permit (either-sex) $250.00
Non-resident firearms/muzzleloader Deer permit (antlerless only) $15.00


Looks like I would probably go antlerless only if I came up there. either that or wait a while and make it a "dream trip" to get a good buck. But I'm not as thrilled with antlers as I am the meat.
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Old 02-18-2008, 08:17 PM
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Some buddies and I have looked into Illinois and Ohio as a place to bow hunt the first or second week in November. You are right, decoding the wildlife website is not easy.

Don
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Old 02-18-2008, 08:40 PM
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Don, depending on where you want to hunt, make it the 2nd week if at all possible. closer to the start of the rut. normally, they'll be starting the chasing by this time. at least the past few years have been that way.
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Old 02-18-2008, 09:08 PM
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Thanks for the info, we are still looking at different options. I have only been on one bow only hunt - Montana for elk in 2006; strike out on that one. Did pass on a small bull on the third day and would have taken a cow the last evening but no luck.

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Old 02-19-2008, 01:16 PM
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From what I see here, it looks like this:

Non-resident hunting (5-day) $28.75
Non-resident hunting (regular) $50.75
Non-resident archery Deer permit (either-sex) $366.00
Non-resident archery Deer permit (antlerless only) $15.50
Non-resident firearms/muzzleloader Deer permit (either-sex) $250.00
Non-resident firearms/muzzleloader Deer permit (antlerless only) $15.00


Looks like I would probably go antlerless only if I came up there. either that or wait a while and make it a "dream trip" to get a good buck. But I'm not as thrilled with antlers as I am the meat.
hey TLC! I didn't see it in the manual. do we have to buy individual tags for each deer, too? Or does the license include the tags we need?
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