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Snyder signs outdoor fee hike into law

September 18, 2013

LANSING (AP) — Michigan hunters and anglers will see their first significant fee increase in more than 15 years under a law Gov....

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arealyooper

Sep-23-13 2:06 PM

Hey puck I know they made a mistake!! It is not about the money,well for me it"s not.The D.N.R claims there are less people buying buying deer tags the last several years. Their answer is to double the price of a deer tag??? Now there will be even less hunters out there!! If the state does not get their act together, deer hunting could be in real trouble in 20 years!!

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puckrock

Sep-23-13 10:03 AM

Yooper, Daily Press is incorrect. The deer tag is $30

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puckrock

Sep-20-13 10:33 AM

yooper, how do you figure you are paying twice as much??

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arealyooper

Sep-19-13 2:07 PM

I will be paying twice as much for a buck tag,so I guess I will use it twice!!

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puckrock

Sep-18-13 12:54 PM

Hey pops, it's been 15 years!

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popsa1

Sep-18-13 11:47 AM

Good job folks, keep on electing these bait-switching Republicans and keep seeing your fees go up! Snakes in the grass everyone of them! They love to rip off the small people!

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puckrock

Sep-18-13 10:54 AM

non resident fees should be much higher.

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