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Offline JJB2

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New blog post on an important topic.  Please read, share and let me know your thoughts.

   High Time for Outdoor Industry and Non-Hunting Public Land Users to Step up
Life is tough but it's tougher when you're stupid." - John Wayne

Offline bobman

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The problem is there are a lot more of them than us and they will feel entitled to push us out if they are helping with funding

The outdoors crowd is often not hunter friendly same with equestrians

Offline YosemiteSam

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Re: High Time for Outdoor Industry & Non-Hunting Public Land Users to Step UP
« Reply #2 on: November 30, 2018, 01:50:27 PM »
Not sure what the answer is out here.  CA has a lot of National Parks and State Parks but most all of it closed to hunting.  The last thing I want to do is have more land closed off to hunting because hikers & mountain bikers with different values suddenly feel entitled to some say in the matter.  Public land hunting for non-lottery zones is difficult enough so recruiting even more hunters into the mix isn't necessarily going to help either.  We also get a lot of outdoor tourism -- people visiting from other states and many other countries.  Will this give people from other states some say in how things are managed here?  Lots of potential for unintended consequences.
"A good hunter...that's somebody the animals COME to."
"Every animal knows way more than you do." -- by a Koyukon hunter, as quoted by R. Nelson.

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