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Re: New Facebook Group
« Reply #15 on: December 06, 2018, 03:46:53 PM »
What's Facebook ?
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Re: New Facebook Group
« Reply #16 on: December 06, 2018, 05:18:51 PM »
It will be a bazillion pictures of somebodyís hand next to a track or pictures of poop, just like the other hunting related FB pages

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Re: New Facebook Group
« Reply #17 on: December 06, 2018, 05:32:14 PM »
What's Facebook ?
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Re: New Facebook Group
« Reply #18 on: December 06, 2018, 05:35:17 PM »
Some people really can't tell the difference.  I think I remember a picture that WB posted of a "wolf"....

I also remember a guy who voted for Hillary  :hello:

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Re: New Facebook Group
« Reply #19 on: December 07, 2018, 10:17:01 AM »
Some people really can't tell the difference.  I think I remember a picture that WB posted of a "wolf"....

I also remember a guy who voted for Hillary  :hello:
@MtnMuley   Yes I did, and I would again.  I'm not sure what that has to do with this thread though? 
« Last Edit: December 07, 2018, 01:17:56 PM by jackelope »

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Re: New Facebook Group
« Reply #20 on: December 07, 2018, 11:41:59 AM »
You should of shot them two coyotes, the state says there are no wolves in that area.

Youíre advocating for illegal activity all over this forum with this nonsense, which is against the rules here.  Time to knock it off.

Coyote hunting is legal, and plus WDFW say there are no wolves in the area, and as You know WDFW are always so honest.

@wolfbait
WDFW says there are no moose in Carnation, WA. Does that mean I can shoot a moose there and say it must be a deer because there are no moose in Carnation, WA? It's legal to deer hunt there.
Let's at least try to discuss these things intelligently.



You might want to brush up on you animal identifying methods jack, quite a difference between a moose and a deer, and then use your Best judgment. On another note you have always been a wolf advocated for WDFW etc. they would probably just look the other way, and haul it off to feed some of their wolves.

Some years ago I heard about a guy over in the Okanogan that shot a coyote, when he got up to it he realized it was a collared wolf, and just think WDFW claimed there were no wolves in the area. Stuff happens jack, darn it anyway...


How long until WDFW delist wolves?

The public is/and will end up doing the wolf control for WA one way or another, it's not a hidden topic anymore, people are fed up.

I'd like to think most could tell the difference between a wolf and a coyote too, but we both know that's not the case.

I'm not advocating for wolves... I am advocating for common sense though...and it seems common sense would prevail. If it looks like a wolf, has the shape and size of a wolf, etc. it's probably a wolf. There's a significant difference between a 100 pound wolf and a 35 pound coyote. Again, some can tell the difference and I guess it's been proven that some can't. When in doubt, it's probably the wisest move to not shoot.

Folks  have witnessed the lack of any "common sense" from WDFW. As I said before people are fed up with watching wolves decimate their hunting, killing their livestock and dogs, while WDFW sit on their arse and pass out one BS line after another.

The feelings of many are not the same as yours jack, and they ARE practicing common sense wolf control dealing with an over population of wolves. ,WDFW refuse to confirm or even acknoledge wolves in many areas, itís a sick cruel joke on the ungulates and the people of WA.

You talk about law breakers, you should take a closer look at your buddies in WDFW, they spend $$$$$$ protecting wolves that were illegally introduce, which, are slaughtering the game herds, while WDFW refuse to confirm wolves so they can be delisted, slow walk wolf control in wolf/livestock predation, how is that following the law?? Where is the ďcommon senseĒ with WDFW?? An what in the heck happened to the common sense wolf plan?

At this stage in the game there arenít too many people that think the wolves were brought in and then protected for the benefit of wolves, the jig is up, pubic opinion of wolves has turned against the wolves and morphed into public wolf control. 

I might add there are several inside WDFW that feel the same as many of us, meaning they agree with the pubic control that has been happening. They donít agree with WDFW actions in protecting wolves over ungulates, livestock and as we saw this summer, people. Hows that for common sense jack?


Some people really can't tell the difference.  I think I remember a picture that WB posted of a "wolf"....


I knew I would hear from you soon wacoyote, you are like jackelopes shadow.

I have posted a few wolf pictures on H-W, and one coyote, how many wolf pictures have you posted wacoyote? Or canít you show them on H-W?



 

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Re: New Facebook Group
« Reply #21 on: December 07, 2018, 01:16:42 PM »
You should of shot them two coyotes, the state says there are no wolves in that area.

Youíre advocating for illegal activity all over this forum with this nonsense, which is against the rules here.  Time to knock it off.

Coyote hunting is legal, and plus WDFW say there are no wolves in the area, and as You know WDFW are always so honest.

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WDFW says there are no moose in Carnation, WA. Does that mean I can shoot a moose there and say it must be a deer because there are no moose in Carnation, WA? It's legal to deer hunt there.
Let's at least try to discuss these things intelligently.



You might want to brush up on you animal identifying methods jack, quite a difference between a moose and a deer, and then use your Best judgment. On another note you have always been a wolf advocated for WDFW etc. they would probably just look the other way, and haul it off to feed some of their wolves.

Some years ago I heard about a guy over in the Okanogan that shot a coyote, when he got up to it he realized it was a collared wolf, and just think WDFW claimed there were no wolves in the area. Stuff happens jack, darn it anyway...


How long until WDFW delist wolves?

The public is/and will end up doing the wolf control for WA one way or another, it's not a hidden topic anymore, people are fed up.

I'd like to think most could tell the difference between a wolf and a coyote too, but we both know that's not the case.

I'm not advocating for wolves... I am advocating for common sense though...and it seems common sense would prevail. If it looks like a wolf, has the shape and size of a wolf, etc. it's probably a wolf. There's a significant difference between a 100 pound wolf and a 35 pound coyote. Again, some can tell the difference and I guess it's been proven that some can't. When in doubt, it's probably the wisest move to not shoot.

Folks  have witnessed the lack of any "common sense" from WDFW. As I said before people are fed up with watching wolves decimate their hunting, killing their livestock and dogs, while WDFW sit on their arse and pass out one BS line after another.

The feelings of many are not the same as yours jack, and they ARE practicing common sense wolf control dealing with an over population of wolves. ,WDFW refuse to confirm or even acknoledge wolves in many areas, itís a sick cruel joke on the ungulates and the people of WA.

You talk about law breakers, you should take a closer look at your buddies in WDFW, they spend $$$$$$ protecting wolves that were illegally introduce, which, are slaughtering the game herds, while WDFW refuse to confirm wolves so they can be delisted, slow walk wolf control in wolf/livestock predation, how is that following the law?? Where is the ďcommon senseĒ with WDFW?? An what in the heck happened to the common sense wolf plan?

At this stage in the game there arenít too many people that think the wolves were brought in and then protected for the benefit of wolves, the jig is up, pubic opinion of wolves has turned against the wolves and morphed into public wolf control. 

I might add there are several inside WDFW that feel the same as many of us, meaning they agree with the pubic control that has been happening. They donít agree with WDFW actions in protecting wolves over ungulates, livestock and as we saw this summer, people. Hows that for common sense jack?


Some people really can't tell the difference.  I think I remember a picture that WB posted of a "wolf"....


I knew I would hear from you soon wacoyote, you are like jackelopes shadow.

I have posted a few wolf pictures on H-W, and one coyote, how many wolf pictures have you posted wacoyote? Or canít you show them on H-W?



 

Wolfbait...let's try and have a reasonable discussion. My comments don't have anyting to do specifically with wolf control.  I don't know anybody in WDFW specific to wolves. I'm not buddies with anyone in WDFW. I'm sick of wolves too. I can't stand the fact that they're decimating our moose in the NE and ruining our elk herds. The fact you can't seem to ever get past this boggles my mind. You've been picking on me with the same comments for years. They're old, they're unfounded and they don't make a lick of sense. You've been babbling the same nonsense for years. The only reason I even commented is because of the dumb comments about it being ok to shoot wolves because WDFW says there are no wolves in a certain area and they "must be coyotes." Saying stuff, or promoting stuff like that, is really dumb and irresponsible. Telling me I need to brush up on my wildlife ID when I essentially use the same example with a different animals is also confusing to me, as you're saying pretty much the same thing. Coyotes are like 30-40 pounds. Wolves are not. If you see an 80-100 pound coyote running around, it's a fairly safe bet that you're probably not looking at a coyote and shooting it because some receptionist at WDFW said there aren't any documented in that area is dumb. It shouldn't take a rocket scientist to figure that out, and saying it doesn't mean I'm in bed with the WDFW.

If folks don't know that and don't recognize that, maybe they should put the hunting gear away for the year and fire up the x-box.

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Re: New Facebook Group
« Reply #22 on: December 07, 2018, 01:36:18 PM »
Jackalope, are you actually asking Wolfbait to have a reasonable discussion...that's funny.

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Re: New Facebook Group
« Reply #23 on: December 07, 2018, 01:42:49 PM »
Jackalope, are you actually asking Wolfbait to have a reasonable discussion...that's funny.
It's the art of de escalation.  He learned about it from his buddies at the WDFW.  :chuckle:
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Re: New Facebook Group
« Reply #24 on: December 07, 2018, 01:57:29 PM »


I knew I would hear from you soon wacoyote, you are like jackelopes shadow.

I have posted a few wolf pictures on H-W, and one coyote, how many wolf pictures have you posted wacoyote? Or canít you show them on H-W?

 
Lol- I haven't posted many wolf pictures at all.  I get a few on trail camera now and then, but I don't spend near as much time on here ranting about them as you do. 

I can't remember a single wolf picture from you.... Ever.  I remember the picture of the dead cow with a handful of guys standing around, you've shared that one a hundred times....but never a wolf picture.  Jog my memory.

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Re: New Facebook Group
« Reply #25 on: December 07, 2018, 05:02:17 PM »


I knew I would hear from you soon wacoyote, you are like jackelopes shadow.

I have posted a few wolf pictures on H-W, and one coyote, how many wolf pictures have you posted wacoyote? Or canít you show them on H-W?

 
Lol- I haven't posted many wolf pictures at all.  I get a few on trail camera now and then, but I don't spend near as much time on here ranting about them as you do. 

I can't remember a single wolf picture from you.... Ever.  I remember the picture of the dead cow with a handful of guys standing around, you've shared that one a hundred times....but never a wolf picture.  Jog my memory.

Here's a few, if I remember right I posted some trail cam pictures in the 2009 or there a bouts, you must have a selective memory wacoyote...

https://hunting-washington.com/smf/index.php/topic,225962.30.html

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Re: New Facebook Group
« Reply #26 on: December 07, 2018, 08:07:33 PM »
Hey you're right.  Sorry about that. 

 

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