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Thread: Not from woodbridge but we still got it! (jacks)

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    If the MNR in Ontario gave a crap about small game they would close the season. There are small pockets of jacks and no real huntable populations. Areas that were once populated with jacks are done. New farming practices and yotes have sure impacted their survival. I saw one Jack all season, during a cottontail hunt, and didn't even bring the gun up to shoot. It was the only track in the entire area. Quite sad!

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    They are actually an invasive species so the government has no interest the same as Pheasants.

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank16 View Post
    If the MNR in Ontario gave a crap about small game they would close the season. There are small pockets of jacks and no real huntable populations. Areas that were once populated with jacks are done. New farming practices and yotes have sure impacted their survival. I saw one Jack all season, during a cottontail hunt, and didn't even bring the gun up to shoot. It was the only track in the entire area. Quite sad!
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    Quote Originally Posted by greatwhite View Post
    They are actually an invasive species so the government has no interest the same as Pheasants.
    Thats just a convienent excuse. I beleive upland hunters have become an insignificant voice so easily ignored. Otherwise how can the MNR still back salmon and trout stocking or the lack of any real action in the management of habitat for quail and grouse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by finsfurfeathers View Post
    Thats just a convienent excuse. I beleive upland hunters have become an insignificant voice so easily ignored. Otherwise how can the MNR still back salmon and trout stocking or the lack of any real action in the management of habitat for quail and grouse.
    Well said!

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    Awesome. I might take a drive and try to take one with the hawk this fall
    "You don't own a cocker, you wear one"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cass View Post
    Awesome. I might take a drive and try to take one with the hawk this fall
    All hope isn't lost. Had a suprise visit from an ol friend while sitting for a turkey today.
    https://youtu.be/bzTdDP7qOz0

    Would love to see the hawk Cass
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    Can't see your old friend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by waldo17 View Post
    Can't see your old friend?
    ya its got that big foot footage feel but you can just make out the jack hopping away through the foliage.
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    Nice to see!

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