View Full Version : Hmm are DOW slow to espond normally?
02-11-2005, 09:45 PM
I sent in an question to the DOW web site asking about the Hunter Ed cards for folks from outside the US but after a couple of weeks no reply:rolleyes:
Is this usual when dealing with them?
At this rate I will be looking for another place to hunt rather than Colorado:(
02-13-2005, 09:37 AM
I know CO offers a 1 day class that's good for that year only. I'm not sure how often they offer it, heck it might be every day for all I know.
Might want to ask one of the residents of Colorado, like Dan.
I know when I've sent the DOW email it normally takes them a few days to respond but never a week. Maybe ask them for a list of times/dats that they offer that 1 day class. I'm sure you can come over, take a simple test and be hunting that same day.
02-14-2005, 05:41 AM
Sometimes, DOW takes forever to respond. I'm lucky, my office is about 5 minutes from them I usually go over! Don't give up on them, they will get back to you.
02-14-2005, 10:25 AM
Just got off the tele with Kris at Colorado DOW Hunter Safety.
Contact her at email@example.com
She will be happy to work with you on the matter.
the 8hr course generally is good for 1yr.
Hope this helps you,
02-15-2005, 10:07 AM
I cannot thank you enough for that:D I have e-mailed Kris today and I will see how this now works out. Naturally I will let you know what transpires from this.;)
02-15-2005, 06:35 PM
Wow I already got a response from Kris, and what's more it's looking quite good. i really cannot thank you all enough fro you advice and help:D
02-15-2005, 08:43 PM
No problem, kinda happens when you go around the published
info and go to the source!LOL
02-16-2005, 07:24 PM
You simply do not know how right that is:D I now have recieved an e-mail form another lady at DOW about a CID number and what I need to send her to obtain mine and it looks like the information and stuff I ahve here should qualify for the Hunter Ed card. It will take a day or two to get the papers copied or scanned in and sent over to them and then the ladies can make a final decision on what I have supplied. It's looking good though and although I am well ahead in arranging all this time wise it's a real weight off my mind.
Now I can really start to plan ahead and really delve into which would be the best place/time to go and with whom. Still looking at DAL but I am not putting all my eggs in one basket I have been given another personally recommended place to look at and make enquiries with. Must be getting old as I seem to be enjoying the dreaming and planning more and more:rolleyes:
Once again thank you for your help:D
02-16-2005, 07:30 PM
Kris promised that her people would take care of you. Good luck and hope you have a good hunt!
02-17-2005, 03:54 PM
I know what you mean. The anticipation of the hunt is one of the greatest thrills. I already got my new Colorado appoication book but which I could forward to you. It appears as if everything is under control now. Wish you luck where ever you go.
02-19-2005, 10:38 AM
Thank you for all the good wishes, yes I believe that all is under way on sorting out the legalities now. At work on Thursday I made out a list of the expenses that this trip will entail:eek: talk about shock......... yes I knew that Elk hunting would not come cheap but darn it it added up to a lot more that originally thought:rolleyes: so now I am trying to work out ways to make the funds come in faster:) I need a better paid job for starters, may be diet a bit:D
Hmm a lottery win would come in rather handy:rolleyes: :D :p
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