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Offline mfswallace

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Re: Gum 346
« Reply #15 on: July 26, 2019, 09:19:55 AM »
I can only imagine what that unit would be like if the yakimas actually had a limit to the amount of deer and elk they could kill each day.

Don’t forget the muckleshoots

Winner winner elk and deer jerky dinner!!

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Re: Gum 346
« Reply #16 on: July 26, 2019, 09:40:50 AM »
The tribes are taking a lot of elk, mostly bulls, out of that unit every year. Interesting when I see Tacomas with tribal plates and Mexican flag stickers and Lopez and Sanchez familia stickers in the rear windows when they are shooting bulls off of the road for “ ceremonial” purposes. I didn’t know there were Rocky Mountain Elk down in Michoacán 😂😂😂

Just like the nets set across spawning habits for Salmon and steelhead

Result: fewer and fewer opportunities for sportsmen every year in this state

WDFW will hire very high priced consultants ( with progressive political connections) financed with our money to figure out a solution and raise our license fees. Perhaps Conservation NW, the anti hunting group that works with WDFW, can provide their very effective range riders to scare elk away before they are shot off the road by the Tacoma drivers  🤡🤡


I see Jay Inslee wants to hire the futbol star , and part time genius, Rapinoe as his Sec of state when he is elected POTUS. Maybe WDFW should hire her to teach  the Seahawks to kneel again before the national anthem again in the name of diversity 🧐

Gotta love this progressive state of Washington

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Re: Gum 346
« Reply #17 on: July 26, 2019, 11:09:08 AM »
The Harvest reports are significantly lower than they ever have been for modern farm I was referring to the modern firearm season.
I can only imagine what that unit would be like if the yakimas actually had a limit to the amount of deer and elk they could kill each day.

 


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