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Discussion in 'Iowa Whitetail Conference' started by JNRBRONC, Dec 6, 2013.

  1. 12pointWoody

    12pointWoody Member

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    For rifle season aren't you limited to a 5 round mag?
     
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  3. JNRBRONC

    JNRBRONC Moderator

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    Hunt with a .223 if you want to add more $$ to the local economy in fines. ;)
     
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    henry5146 New Member

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    if the dnr really cared about revenue they would jusy sell nrlo tags for 1k a pop, instead of selling late rifle season tags for free and killing everything that walks. i would love to know how high they could raise prices before demand decreased - probably pretty high . it has never been about the money. if 20% of the land population really is owned bt NRLO and the tags sold for 1200 a piece, you could build schools, town parks, pay for more Wardens. etc etc etc.
     
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    DD will be chasing all the questionable residents so I'm feeling pretty safe!:D
     
  6. Thinkin Rut

    Thinkin Rut PMA Member

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    Straight out of the Obama edition redistribution of wealth handbook. Lets gouge them! Rich bastards anyways.
     
  7. Hardwood11

    Hardwood11 Well-Known Member

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    Then Elk tags would be $5000 each and we would all be sitting home instead of hunting
     
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    Nothing is free!! 99.9% nrlo's can afford $1200 tag , they already spend thousands on turnip plots, shooting towers etc... if $1200 dollars for NRLO tag is too much, i would sell the land - private land elk hunts are far higher than 5000 and when u factor in the # of years iot takes to actually draw in a place like Arizona, its getting pricey. my point is very simple- if Iowa is going to pimp their deer out to celebrities and then have a doe slaughter in January, they may as well benefit from it financially
     
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    I am referring to the tags itself ($5000 each). The guide service would another $5000+ for elk.

    How much you can afford and and actually paying it, are two different things.
     

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