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Missing My MT Residency

bowhuntmontana

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Just submitted my first non-resident apps for Montana, after living there the previous 34 years. I miss Montana in more ways than I can express, and will not miss an opportunity to get back there and get after it in hunting season. Money well spent for me. Hoping those bonus points I have been building for a while might just come in handy, but I'll take the general hunting opportunities any day and be happy about it.

I have found some pretty good hunting and fishing opportunities in my new state of Utah, so that has been a bonus, but there are a lot more people around than I'd prefer. Oh well, wife is much happier, and happy wife=happy life.

Good luck in the draw!
 

kansasdad

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Makes a really good case for purchasing a lifetime resident hunting license if your home state offers such an option.
 

1_pointer

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Indiana
I used the believe that happy wife = happy life saying. Then she convinced me to move back to IN. I am not so sure that is all that true...
 

TimeOnTarget

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My wife tried to convince to me to move to CO or MT about ten years ago. Having just gotten home from an 18 month deployment, I wanted no part of it. We quickly settled down and now have to many anchors here to pick up and move.

It certainly isnt all bad here. I have all the pheasants, ducks and geese i can stand in the fall. Along with whitetails. I can catch as many walleyes as I want most all year long. While i certainly dont have the coyotes like out west, I still call a fair number every year but..............Hindsight wishes i would have at least entertained the idea ten years ago.
 
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