Any word on if there is a price increase for 2007?
What is the max number of points one could have in Montana?
Off the top of my head, I believe the max - entering this year's drawing - is 6 points.
Why is this number so low? Did they start the point system recently or do they give a large number of tags? I am just curious. I applied last year and did not draw. I wanted to know how far behind the leaders I was. With the max points being six that gives me a little hope.
The point system began in 2001 thus six is max points for bighorn sheep.
Something to keep in mind...Montana has a bonus point system, so it's possible to draw your first year without any points and people with max. points might not draw unlike preference points which will move you a head of all of the other applicants with less points then you and thus only the max point holders have a shot at drawing.
The 2007 Montana Big Game Seasons have been posted...
Bighorn Sheep start date is September 15, 2007 and the end date is November 25, 2007. (http://fwp.mt.gov/hunting/seasonslicenses/seasons.html)
The 2007 pricing has also been posted...
Resident license is $130 (including $5 nonrefundable drawing fee). (http://fwp.mt.gov/hunting/seasonslicenses/residents.html)
Nonresident license is $755 (including $5 nonrefundable drawing fee). (http://fwp.mt.gov/hunting/seasonslicenses/nonresidents.html)
The Montana "2007 Moose, Sheep & Goat Regulations" are now available to view, print or download (either in whole or in part) at: http://fwp.mt.gov/hunting/regulations.html
If you wish to apply on-line, it's now available for the 2007 application process, at: https://app.mt.gov/Als/Index
Just be fully aware of the fees involved in doing your application on-line...
Just a reminder that the applications deadline is tomorrow, May 1.
Results of the 2007 draw are now avaiable on-line. Have your ALS number ready to enter and go to: http://fwp.mt.gov/hunting/licensedraw/results.aspx
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