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Montana Increases Fees for Non-Resident Combo Licenses
March 1, 2011.
From Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks:
Non-residents will pay more for Montana's non-resident big game and deer combination licenses in 2011.
Last November, when voters approved an initiative that moved 7,800 outfitter-sponsored big game and deer combination licenses to the general nonresident license category, they also increased the associated license fees.
The fee increases include:
- a nonresident big game combination license fee of $912, up from $643;
- a nonresident deer combination license fee of $542, up from $343
- a nonresident elk combination license fee of $812, up from $593.
The revenue generated by the increased license fees is earmarked for wildlife habitat conservation and public hunting access programs. The fee increases only apply to nonresident combination licenses. Other nonresident licenses are not affected.
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