bohunr said:when i complained about the price of gas and how it affected my hunting when it was over 3.00 a gallon i got a civics lesson on economy and supply and demand. It has to be price fixing, i mean who calls the station owners and tells them to raise the price every few days, it went up 20 cents today.
all those station owners just didnt wake up and decide that today it was going up 20 cents and then said "wow, all of us had the same idea"
so if the PGC gets a license increase and it starts to affect our hunting whats the difference. less hunters in the woods equal more deer for me and increases my chance at a bigger buck. less hunters in woods means the deer wont be as disturbed and should stay on their regular patterns.
this increase is a win-win situation. raise it sky high.
forget the pheasant stamp just go to a preserve, thats all PA is anyway. nothing to hunt unless it gets stocked.
Pretty much. I will still pay to play and buy my archery stamp and two doe tags. On the other hand I wont buy buying my wife a license, archery stamp and two doe tags like I have been for quite awhile just in case she feels like hunting this year. The price increase was inevitable. I don't think it will be as well received by that casual hunters like my wife as they may expect.zimmerstutzen said:That kind of increase will discourage the casual hunters from buying licenses. Hunting for the die hard will still be a deal. I am afraid the loss in license sales will be higher than expected.