This year in Colorado it is $40 per animal point fee. If you put in for Deer, Elk, Antelope, Big Horn Sheep and Moose, that amounts to $200. That adds up pretty quickly. However, Colorado has provision that waives these fees for anyone who owned a hunting license in Colorado the previous year. If you drew or bought a tag in 2014, then you will be exempt to these fees in 2015. However, if you did not own a tag in 2014, you still have chance to eliminate the $40 per animal fee. You can buy a 2014 small game or fishing license before March 31, 2015 for $56 and this will count as owning a permit during the previous year to eliminate the $40 per animal fee. This is an easy way to save money. Use the money saved to apply for more states or more animals.
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It must be a 2014 license.
None of this apply’s if you are under 18. Youth do not have to pay the $40 fee and they still get a point if they did not draw.