I was curious as to what a hunting license costs for residents and non-residents in other states and how you feel about the price of licenses, and opportunity for the price you have in your state. Here is the breakdown for licenses in PA: Resident Adult: $20 Resident Junior (12-16): $6 Resident Senior (65+): $13 Non-resident Adult: $101 Non-resident Junior: $41 Resident archery stamp: $16 Non-resident archery stamp: $26 Resident muzzleloader stamp: $11 Non-resident muzzleloader stamp: $21 Resident bear stamp: $16 Non-resident bear stamp: $36 Resident elk (lottery drawing): $25 Non-resident elk (lottery drawing): $250 Resident adult furtaker: $20 Non-resident adult furtaker: $81 Resident junior furtaker: $6 Non-resident junior furtaker: $41 It has been a pretty heated debate over the last few years as to the price of a license here. With all the options that we have here, I feel our fees are pretty good. We have the only self-sustained wild elk population East of the Mississippi, top notch bear hunting with 600 and 700+ pound bears being taken every year, excellent turkey hunting, and more and more great bucks being taken each year. For the money I think that we have it pretty good here. What are your thoughts?