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Old August 11th, 2020, 06:08 PM #21
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I think the NRP officer is wrong.
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Old August 11th, 2020, 06:28 PM #22
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I think the NRP officer is wrong.
Frankly, I think he is, as well, but he sounded annoyed enough having to answer my questions. I'll have to dig a little deeper tomorrow. Thanks for the confidence booster!
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Old August 12th, 2020, 05:14 AM #23
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If you can get on this website, you can get on compass and get your hunting license. Why create a hassle for yourself?
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Old August 12th, 2020, 06:24 AM #24
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If you can get on this website, you can get on compass and get your hunting license. Why create a hassle for yourself?
This. I get being on a tight budget (right there with you), but the $25-$100 you'd spend (depending on stamp add ons) is a lot cheaper then defending yourself against dnr tickets.
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It's really not about the money. It's the principle. The Governor put out an executive order that includes all licenses. I pay Maryland a retarded amount in taxes already by living in PG County. Why would I want to give them more money if I don't have to?
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Old August 12th, 2020, 09:33 AM #26
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Maybe you should look at the fee schedule and do a risk/ reward cost analysis.

Failure to get a license $500 2nd $4k
Missing stamps $250 ea. probably
Missing permission slip $500

I'm a rebel Libertarian, but I'll buy my license. I get a bow stamp, muzy stamp and waterfowl stamps. They could bury me quick in fines
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It's really not about the money. It's the principle. The Governor put out an executive order that includes all licenses. I pay Maryland a retarded amount in taxes already by living in PG County. Why would I want to give them more money if I don't have to?

This 100%
If his executive order can limit the amount of people who can enter a business until the business can no longer pay its bills.
If his executive order makes us wear a mask
Then ..
I'm going to partake in one of the very few parts that benefits me.

For me it's principal.
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Old August 12th, 2020, 09:49 AM #28
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Maybe you should look at the fee schedule and do a risk/ reward cost analysis.

Failure to get a license $500 2nd $4k
Missing stamps $250 ea. probably
Missing permission slip $500

I'm a rebel Libertarian, but I'll buy my license. I get a bow stamp, muzy stamp and waterfowl stamps. They could bury me quick in fines
I am an avid outdoorsman. Have been all my life. And I do everything I can to play by the rules.

But your post is a real eye opener. 252 PAGES of violations? Who in the f"#k can know and follow all of these regulations?

Jesus the Christ Himself couldn't do this. Disturbing a cave wall? Really???

Beyond ridiculous.
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I never noticed that fee schedule before. I agree, it is ridiculous. I do buy my licenses all the time whether or not I hunt or fish that year. However, I have no problem with folks availing themselves of a change in the law which will save them some money. It's not often that the government cuts your costs.
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This 100%
If his executive order can limit the amount of people who can enter a business until the business can no longer pay its bills.
If his executive order makes us wear a mask
Then ..
I'm going to partake in one of the very few parts that benefits me.

For me it's principal.
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