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Thread: Corvid19 & hunting season

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilroy View Post
    Where did you get my photograph from?
    Your photos are all over the place. It's almost as though we are being forced to pay attention! They even name roads here after you! Hahaha.

    Conspiracy, says I.

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    How is it one careless cigarette can cause a forest fire, but it takes a whole box of matches to light a campfire?

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    heard a good line on the CBC this afternoon re virus:
    It’s better to be 6 feet apart than 6 feet under”

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    We are still a go for spring bear.

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    Hi from a new hunter. Turkey, you say? Solitary? Then I have some property owners to contact.

    We need nature. People are packing national parks. If the place you're heading to will be deserted, go for it. Same goes for trails. Pick unpopular routes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greatwhite View Post
    I don't go to Provincial parks, I camp on crownland
    Doesn't look like you will be camping anywhere in the immediate future.

    The Ford government is extending Ontario’s emergency declaration until at least April 23, and adding several new measures to ban camping on Crown land and make it easier for hospitals to surge capacity.

    ...the province has banned camping on Crown land retroactive to April 9.


    https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/ford-exte...l-23-1.4892140
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    Thanks for posting and letting me know. I just notified my buddy to let him know the earliest we can probably camp is May long weekend. Not a big deal weather was going to be zero or lower at night.

    Quote Originally Posted by delmer View Post
    Doesn't look like you will be camping anywhere in the immediate future.

    The Ford government is extending Ontario’s emergency declaration until at least April 23, and adding several new measures to ban camping on Crown land and make it easier for hospitals to surge capacity.

    ...the province has banned camping on Crown land retroactive to April 9.


    https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/ford-exte...l-23-1.4892140
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    Getting the hang of it

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    Breaking news from OFAH

    https://www.ofah.org/covid19closures/
    Friends of Hullett

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    I have a bad feeling hunting and fishing season is next on the hit list.

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    At this rate...any public recreational forest will be closed to hunting
    It will be interesting if hunting/fishing openers go ahead on there dates, even for private property

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    Hope this calamity is fast passing and life goes as it should

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