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Wyoming bowhunter starts hunting ethics nonprofit -
posted 2 months ago
So disappointing. I was intrigued by the title of the article, but it sounds like this guy just wants to box out other hunters. Not by working harder than the next guy, but by further reducing opportunity for others through lobbying.
First grizzly bear hunt in 44 years blocked! -
posted 6 months ago
Colorado moves forward with CWD response plan -
posted 6 months ago
Wait a minute. I'm sorry if I misunderstand how this advisory group fits into the overall response, but Colorado is just NOW figuring out how to deal with to CWD?! Colorado was literally ground zero for discovery. How has it taken the better part of four decades to do something? I'm originally from WI, and while I don't know that the response there has been overly effective I can say with confidence that at least the DNR and state agencies wasted no time developing and implementing a plan... Have wildlife ranches in the state been subject to inspection over these past years? I know there are different sides to the story, but invariably game farms out east tend to be the first place CWD shows up.
BETWEEN BASINS - A Highcountry Mule Deer Bowhunt -
posted 7 months ago
Thanks for posting this one guys, really enjoyed it!
First-ever elk hunt in Wisconsin received a high number of applications -
posted 9 months ago
This is such a joke. WI is still essentially stocking elk from KY through 2019. There is a pretty flimsy track record of organic growth with both herds that the state is trying to establish (several causes here, pick your favorite from wolves, to disease, to fragmented habitat in the first place) with only 240 animals in the whole state. I get that it's only 10 bulls (5 public, 5 tribal tags), but this whole thing feels premature. Give it a few more years...
Kristen A. Schmitt