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Re: Coywolfs in Mn
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You shoot what you think is a coyoteXwolf hybrid and the DNA test done as part of law enforcement investigation shows it is, in fact, a pure wolf you are in for a big fine, etc.

How are you going to know prior to pulling the trigger?


ClearCreek

Posted on: 8/12 23:28:50
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Re: Buffalo, Wyoming Deer Hunt
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3whitetails:

If you plan on hunting deer on the Bighorn National Forest, hunt as close to the Forest boundary as can. By late October most of the deer will have moved down to lower elevations and will either be on private land or close to it. This will be especially true if there has been a snow or two in the area, and by late October that is a very good possibility.

It sounds like you have a Region Y deer license. Although very limited, there is some public land that can be accessed and hunted west of Interstate 90 and 25 within Region Y. On these lands you will not be alone, there will be other hunters.

You will see lots of deer on private property that you can not hunt. It can be frustrating.

Good luck.

ClearCreek

Posted on: 8/12 23:21:31
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Re: Shimano Curado 300's
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Wish those were 301's I would be getting one!

ClearCreek

Posted on: 7/16 20:42:45
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Re: Mille Lacs Stocking Results
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I think Otter knows this data, which makes sense, is not a rumor at all. He knows the source and soon the info will be released.

Of course, very few of the posters here will believe it, as they refuse to let biological facts interfere with their preconceived notions and conspiracy theories.


ClearCreek

Posted on: 4/30 18:55:57
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Re: What to look for in a guide?
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Pretty good list above.

Might also ask how long they have been fishing. I once saw a young kid, maybe early 20's, that was guiding a group in Alaska and he was fishing with them, which I am not sure is/was legal. Anyway, he held his spinning reel upside down and cranked backwards. The way he casted is almost impossible to describe.

The areas he had the clients fishing was just nuts. Needless to say, they caught no fish while we we watching them.

I would sure be disappointed if I paid for a guided trip and got that guy.

ClearCreek

Posted on: 4/6 22:46:29
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Re: Proud Grandpa
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Teach him (and all the others) well and soon they will be out-fishing you. THAT is a grandfathers dream come true!!!

ClearCreek

Posted on: 4/2 21:30:18
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Re: Small mouth bass
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I had an ice angler tell me that if he is not seeing a certain kind of fish on his camera, then that kind of fish is not in the lake.

Seems a little naive.

ClearCreek

Posted on: 4/1 22:10:55
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Re: Mark Dayton to propose License increase
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Blatantly no,you are correct. But if 25 out a 100 janitors who work in a maintenance division statewide classification,paid for out of the general fund,administratively are reclassified or a new classification of "environmental specialist" (janitor) is made. With this new classification to be funded by the fish and wildlife division,since it is there buildings (and the Governor) would really like to see this happen. Revenue just got transferred. And by the way,the price of an oil change on CO Smiths Truck whose mechanics are paid for by fleet maintenance division which is drawn from the general fund ,went from $27 to $67 per incident. Paid for out of the fish and wildlife operations "fund". Revenue just got transferred. Specifically,this probably is not "how" it took or takes place,but I don't think it's way out of the ball park either. $3 please.

Joehere:

All the expenses of running the DNR (janitors in their office buildings, secretaries in their buildings, mail room clerks in their buildings, etc.) are paid out of the "game fund", that is, the fund where fishing and hunting license fees and federal aid (D-J and P-R funds) are deposited.

ClearCreek

Posted on: 1/30 22:09:10
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Re: Mark Dayton to propose License increase
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Joehere wrote:
So ,if an audit,based on the information I now have is the answer to this seemingly unending cycle of top heavy funding,why no audit? If it was that simple you'd think it would be annually. My other thoughts are,,,heck they might use their fancy formulas to cancel fish 🐟 stocking as a whole,not just walleye. Next thing you know that $ got transferred to the general fund and somehow is being used as a grant to build more trails up here! Don't think it can't happen. Having said that,I appreciate the detailed breakdown,lively discussion. Bottom line is lifetime licensing numbers came up short for me.So until it changes weather it "feels"right or based on the information here I think it's wrong,still gotta hunt,fish,camp.


Joehere:

Revenue from the sale of hunting and fishing licenses can not be transferred to he state general fund. IF that does happen and a Federal Aid audit detects it, the state can lose federal aid funding. That is something no state fish and wildlife management wants to see.

ClearCreek

Posted on: 1/28 13:09:47
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Re: DNR dumps deer carcasses on public land
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The people at the TV obviously do not hunt. The photo they use while introducing the story is of two mule bucks, probably not many of them running wild around Rochester.

ClearCreek

Posted on: 1/5 22:43:43
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