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Offline vandeman17

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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #15 on: September 05, 2019, 10:18:59 AM »
More quality knowledge and insight brought to you by Lord Grizzly the all knowing.
i was hoping you'd see this thread  :chuckle:

 :DOH:

Pricing hunters out of hunting, that's 101 stuff man. though everyone knew that this was a good thing...

As long as those hunters are hunting down hill. Its the only way to kill something
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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #16 on: September 05, 2019, 10:20:41 AM »
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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #17 on: September 05, 2019, 10:45:54 AM »
Grizzly Lord probably moved to Idaho from another state.
Many that do begin to take on this mentality once they become a "resident".

I'm with you.
It would be interesting to hear whether we're correct or not.

Of course we are right and if not the mods will make it so.

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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #18 on: September 05, 2019, 11:01:11 AM »
@lord grizzly
Here's a suggestion from me to you. If you're opposed to out of state hunters coming to Idaho, you might consider spending more time on an Idaho hunting forum and less time on a Washington hunting forum.
You making threads like this are part of the problem with hunting and a lack of unity among hunters.

just a link form the fish and game web site. guess your not interested

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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #19 on: September 05, 2019, 11:06:44 AM »
Alaska, over 30 years ago as a child (or so). kinda go where the folks take ya. am i worthy yet internet judges?

why blow me up ?. its my (sorry) the real Idaho residents game department making this suggestion?  you need to call up headquarters and tell them how much they need to be looking out for Washington residents because you guys are waaaay more Idaho then us. too funny

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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #20 on: September 05, 2019, 11:07:27 AM »
Grizzly Lord probably moved to Idaho from another state.
Many that do begin to take on this mentality once they become a "resident".

Thats a fact and the posesiveness sure is odd

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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #21 on: September 05, 2019, 11:10:02 AM »
Alaska, over 30 years ago as a child (or so). kinda go where the folks take ya. am i worthy yet internet judges?

why blow me up ?. its my (sorry) the real Idaho residents game department making this suggestion?  you need to call up headquarters and tell them how much they need to be looking out for Washington residents because you guys are waaaay more Idaho then us. too funny
you didnt just post the link with a thread titlted "FYI regarding idaho non res fees"..if that were the case nobody would have blown you up.
you made this post to ruffle feathers, don't act like you didn't.
it was titled "a promising direction" and your original post indicates that you agree it should be more expensive for non residents.  This isn't rokslide, its a washington forum, so to come in and basically tell everyone here who likes to hunt idaho glad you're going to have to pay more to come to "my" state... it probably hit a few nerves..just my .02, but what do i know  :dunno:

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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #22 on: September 05, 2019, 11:18:09 AM »
Alaska, over 30 years ago as a child (or so). kinda go where the folks take ya. am i worthy yet internet judges?

why blow me up ?. its my (sorry) the real Idaho residents game department making this suggestion?  you need to call up headquarters and tell them how much they need to be looking out for Washington residents because you guys are waaaay more Idaho then us. too funny
you didnt just post the link with a thread titlted "FYI regarding idaho non res fees"..if that were the case nobody would have blown you up.
you made this post to ruffle feathers, don't act like you didn't.
it was titled "a promising direction" and your original post indicates that you agree it should be more expensive for non residents.  This isn't rokslide, its a washington forum, so to come in and basically tell everyone here who likes to hunt idaho glad you're going to have to pay more to come to "my" state... it probably hit a few nerves..just my .02, but what do i know  :dunno:

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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #23 on: September 05, 2019, 11:53:39 AM »
Nonresaphobia is a serious psychiatric condition.
Please seek immediate medical assistance if you experience non resident trucks at your trail-head for more than 4 hours.

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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #24 on: September 05, 2019, 12:01:49 PM »
It has been the budget friendly out of state option for years. Considering they've sold out of non res tags the past couple of years, it'd be financially idiotic for the state to not increase the prices. I'd rather see the price hike then the Washington approach of just create more tags. A crappy hunting experience is just as bad for hunters as getting price hikes. I completely sympathize with Idaho residents about wanting greater control over the the non res hunter distribution. Showing up to a trailhead in the fall and %75 of the plates are from out of state gets aggravating. Yeah, I'm aware I'm part of that issue but it doesn't mean I can't see their point of view.

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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #25 on: September 05, 2019, 12:05:48 PM »
No doubt.
Regardless charge away...........................

I'll be there annually.
or
I'll have a mailbox there and be there.

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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #26 on: September 05, 2019, 12:12:15 PM »
Nonresaphobia is a serious psychiatric condition.
Please seek immediate medical assistance if you experience non resident trucks at your trail-head for more than 4 hours.

now im a resident! man what great news! thank you internet gods!!!!

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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #27 on: September 05, 2019, 12:13:45 PM »
No doubt.
Regardless charge away...........................

I'll be there annually.
or
I'll have a mailbox there and be there.

just know if you move here you'll have to hate yourself for not being from here. keep it real now

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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #28 on: September 05, 2019, 12:14:35 PM »
It has been the budget friendly out of state option for years. Considering they've sold out of non res tags the past couple of years, it'd be financially idiotic for the state to not increase the prices. I'd rather see the price hike then the Washington approach of just create more tags. A crappy hunting experience is just as bad for hunters as getting price hikes. I completely sympathize with Idaho residents about wanting greater control over the the non res hunter distribution. Showing up to a trailhead in the fall and %75 of the plates are from out of state gets aggravating. Yeah, I'm aware I'm part of that issue but it doesn't mean I can't see their point of view.

let me know when you wanna go hunting

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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #29 on: September 05, 2019, 12:26:25 PM »
@lord grizzly
Here's a suggestion from me to you. If you're opposed to out of state hunters coming to Idaho, you might consider spending more time on an Idaho hunting forum and less time on a Washington hunting forum.
You making threads like this are part of the problem with hunting and a lack of unity among hunters.

just a link form the fish and game web site. guess your not interested

Not accurate.
You posted this increase as a "positive direction" then when a member mentioned not hunting Idaho, your response was "one down". Your intent in this thread was not to just share a link.
I maintain my recommendation for you to find an Idaho resident hunting forum to participate in.

Here it is if you need a refresher:

I'll probably never hunt Idaho.  Montana, yes.  Montana seems to want my business.

one down...
:fire.:

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