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.
Never miss the HUNT of a lifetime.
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.
Know your families and friends points including Texas.
1. Application deadline reminders.
2. Be the first to know your draw results
3. Looks up your points