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Idaho seeks comments for moose management plan -
posted 1 month ago
Seems a kin to the "mule deer initiative". Alot of scientific mumbo jumbo language that never equates to any action exept cutting tag numbers. What will.any of the proposes fix? Nothing. They just need to do it to prove to some committee that action was taken. Thousands of dollars later and many reports will find that they need to study more about it.
Exotic game species stresses desert bighorn sheep in Texas -
posted 4 months ago
U just need the texas hunting license. No tags required. However, most hunting ground is private, so getting onto a piece to hunt often requires and outfitter or good relationship with landowner.
Colorado cracks down on illegal shed hunting -
posted 11 months ago
I agree that these "shed laws" r hard to enforce..but so are poaching laws and hunting regulations. It is up to us as the responsible and ethical hunters to help the game angencies enforce these restrictions. WE can take responsibility for our public lands also and not leave everything up to the select few who have the job to enforce. Can be frustrating at times, but if we see the bigger picture that we r all just wanting healthier herds and better survival rates, i dont c how the game agencies have dropped the ball? R they to blame any more than we r for the stupidity of select individuals? Lets do all we can do in the field and as examples to others as responsible sportsman to help conserve the future for our children.
First grizzly bear hunt in 44 years blocked! -
posted 1 year ago
What a load of ****
US Forest Service researcher treed by wolves -
posted 1 year ago
I guess forset service employees really are tree huggers.