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Author Topic: License Fees to Double?  (Read 13081 times)

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Re: License Fees to Double?
« Reply #40 on: April 13, 2008, 04:05:35 PM »

It was 15.00 restricted last year too.

I guess the increase never made it to the books.

Not to start this whole discussion up again, but it's a fee I happily pay - so long as it goes straight to the DNR and not Granholm.

Byrd's Landing
220 Helmer Rd N
Springfield, MI 49015


Re: License Fees to Double?
« Reply #41 on: April 14, 2008, 09:24:58 AM »

  Why can't these guys use there heads. Instead of raising taxes again. Do what Australia does to fund big projects. Like some of the hospitals, or the big white concert hall that looks like a bunch of muscels sticking up out of the harbor. I'm talking a lottery. Sell weekly lottery tickets on a 50/50 or 75/25 or whatever till the amount is raised to pay for what is needed. Keep the fees low so we can keep new anglers from in and out of state continuing this lifestyle. That is another point. Is this a part time sport? Is it a Lifestyle? Whatever it is. We all get something differant out of fishing. Is this a love or a hoby? What is it worth for the relaxation/stress/aggrevasion to do what we do. Is this a right, A privelige or an entitlement? Should we pay for just what we use or pay a little bit more so all can use/enjoy?
  Mi residents are not the only ones facing these problems, but a time will come for each state to attack. How do we resolve this and keep it affordable for new poeple to want to start and enjoy what we have for years? I'm 55 and can't remember not fishing.
  Just my two and a half cents. Well more like, half cents.
  Remember to enjoy.

don m
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