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    Indiana Non-Resident License Costs??

    It is crazy how things sometimes work out. Last night I was at Gander Mountain seeing what I could get to trade in my shotgun for a turkey shotgun. While there I was looking at predator calls and got to talking to this guy who lives here in Pa now for school, but is from Indiana. He said he was looking for a place to hunt coyotes, so I offered to take him out to some of my hunting spots this morning. We got to talking and he said anytime I want to come to southern Indiana and hunt deer I am more than welcome. He showed me some of the bucks members of his family took this year and well I think I need to make a trip to Indiana this fall. What are the costs for non-resident license to archery hunt deer in Indiana? I searched the Game and Fish website, but there seemed to be multiple license. It was a bit confusing. Do you need the annual hunting license and a deer license or can you use the 5 day hunting license? Is there a separate archery license fee? Any help is appreciated from the Hoosiers in this room.



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    http://www.in.gov/dnr/ quick google search

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    im pretty sure its $150 for an archery license/tag. and that lasts you from the beginning of october to like the end of november. then its another $150 for each season after that.

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    All you have to have is the non-res archery tag. No other licenses or permits are required. No you can not use the 5 day license, that is for small game etc. The tag is around $150.

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    Is the archery tag good for a doe or buck? How many bucks can you shoot?

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    if you are archery hunting all you need is your archery license and it is good for all season(0ct1-first weekend in Jan) you can take 1 buck total and you need a separate license for each deer...
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    Quote Originally Posted by tyepsu View Post
    It is crazy how things sometimes work out. Last night I was at Gander Mountain seeing what I could get to trade in my shotgun for a turkey shotgun. While there I was looking at predator calls and got to talking to this guy who lives here in Pa now for school, but is from Indiana. He said he was looking for a place to hunt coyotes, so I offered to take him out to some of my hunting spots this morning. We got to talking and he said anytime I want to come to southern Indiana and hunt deer I am more than welcome. He showed me some of the bucks members of his family took this year and well I think I need to make a trip to Indiana this fall. What are the costs for non-resident license to archery hunt deer in Indiana? I searched the Game and Fish website, but there seemed to be multiple license. It was a bit confusing. Do you need the annual hunting license and a deer license or can you use the 5 day hunting license? Is there a separate archery license fee? Any help is appreciated from the Hoosiers in this room.
    That was a good thing you did offering to take him hunting. Pays off to be kind! Hunters helping hunters now how it should be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post
    That was a good thing you did offering to take him hunting. Pays off to be kind! Hunters helping hunters now how it should be.
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    Well, I know how much I love hunting and how hard it can be to find a place to hunt when you move somewhere new. Just from talking to the guy I could tell he loves hunting just as much as I do and sounds like a good guy. Not to sound selfish, but taking him out coyote hunting could payoff big time if I can go to Indiana this fall and shoot a monster.

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