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    Quote Originally Posted by Bo D View Post
    But the same thing could have been accomplished by handing out or making more tags available to sportsman bringing in more revenue to the state. With the money behind these so called do gooders, the problem is going to escalate even more and surer than hell the sportsman are the ones that will suffer in the long run. Method behind there madness is to get rid of hunting altogether.
    "Method behind there madness is to get rid of hunting altogether."

    That was the plan behind the wolf reintroduction in the US from the outset.

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    When the introductions first took place biologists had a set number. The agreement was if that number grew too large wolf tags would be sold to keep the population in check. Sadly was that came to fruition the animal rights got involved and they have big uneducated donators and then it went to court. Wolves once thrived in that area, and because of that I think the re-introduction was a good thing. Only problem was the animal rights got involved and their understanding of how nature works is somewhat unbalanced.

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    "More Badgers"...I don't think they have European Badgers in Yellowstone as pictured in the film.
    "The meat don't fry if the arrow don't fly."

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