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Jeremy W.

Pennsylvania outfitter guilty of importing whitetail into Kansas - posted 1 year ago

I'm just curious if he was releasing them into a game preserve or into the wild?

Jeremy W.

Social media, modern technology, and the commercialization of our wildlife - posted 1 year ago

http://trib.com/lifestyles/recreation/wyoming-to-look-at-changing-rules-in-hunting-technology-including/article_c086d16c-82c6-5e0a-9229-641874d7f3b2.html

Jeremy W.

Social media, modern technology, and the commercialization of our wildlife - posted 1 year ago

@David B I thought over your comments about my post. So its completely ok that gohunt takes the leg work out of finding the best areas to apply for? This is a business and seems to be a good one. This site offers great knowledge to the every day hunter who just doesn't has the time to put in the leg work. Every hunter has the same opportunity to find this information that is public. Just the same as any hunter has the opportunity to find that 200" mule deer. However tech is happening and will continue to happen. I myself own a start up tech business that will make life easier for hunter and outfitters. We all want instantaneous information to make life easier. I do not agree with selling gps locations but where is the line? Do we take away trail cameras, spotting scopes, 1,000 yard rifles? I personally think this app will fail over time just for the fact that those older mature animals are smart and do not stick around or they turn nocturnal where hunters cant find them. Once people get tired of spending money on locations that don't pan out then it will bust.

Jeremy W.

Social media, modern technology, and the commercialization of our wildlife - posted 1 year ago

I may take some heat from this but whats the difference in those apps providing a service "which I don't agree with" and a site like Gohunt. Everything we are doing is about gaining information on where to hunt and our best odds. This site even has a expected trophy size in each area. We all want to better our odds because of the amount of hard work and money we invest into a hunt. Where is the line? When will the states tell gohunt to shut down because of its recommendations.

Jeremy W.

Idaho Fish and Game Commission propose new hunting rules - posted 2 years ago

I agree with you James.. Better off buying raffle tickets in all states. Truly check out your odds of winning compared to drawing. I was fortunate enough to win a Desert Big Horn Tag last year in New Mexico.