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All-Season Deer license

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Is it just me or does the DNR not have the cost of this license on their site? I couldn't find it anywhere.

I think it was $78 last year but would like to know what it is now...

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This year there is no longer an all season license. You have to buy each license seperate (archery, firearm, muzzeloader) and you can buy a firearm and a muzzeloader tag.

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ACT is right. This year it's 0. You can now buy all 3 licenses and they are $26 dollars each, which is the same price as the AS was last year (26*3).

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So how do the licenses work for qty of deer you can get? So if I wanted to hunt archery season and firearm...lets say in an intensive area I get two archery licenses and one firearm so I can get up to three deer (just using this as an example...I know I could get up to 5 in intensive areas). If I do that then do I have to get two deer with a bow or would it be possible to get one with bow and two with a firearm?

Don't mean to make it complicated but just wondering if anyone knows or if I need to wait until the book comes out. Thanks

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...I get two archery licenses...If I do that then do I have to get two deer with a bow or would it be possible to get one with bow and two with a firearm?...

Why would you buy two archery licenses? laughcool

I think what your asking is if you buy your archery license (comes with 1 tag), and your firearms license (comes with 1 tag), and a bonus tag; can you use that bonus tag during either the archery or firearms season? pretty sure Yes.

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Thanks guys. I just realized I was looking at the 2007 on-line regs cause it clearly talked about an all-season license.

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Thanks guys. I just realized I was looking at the 2007 on-line regs cause it clearly talked about an all-season license.

The 2008 regs should be posted on the 22nd. Look for a picture of a trapper on the cover.

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Yes Jameson that's exactly what I was getting at. Thanks for clarifying it. Makes sense....I'll be looking forward to the new reg book.

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