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Offline lord grizzly

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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #30 on: September 05, 2019, 12:36:54 PM »
from my perspective all positive. from yours it isn't. that make me wrong? theirs not a fun Idaho forum. we all get a long over here. us residents anyway  :hello:

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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #31 on: September 05, 2019, 12:41:07 PM »
Ok Ok.
You have proven by your spelling and punctuation that you are from Idaho.

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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #32 on: September 05, 2019, 01:15:37 PM »
from my perspective all positive. from yours it isn't. that make me wrong? theirs not a fun Idaho forum. we all get a long over here. us residents anyway  :hello:
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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #33 on: September 05, 2019, 01:19:02 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
You wouldn't be able to keep up. I've been known to hunt uphill.

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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #34 on: September 05, 2019, 01:26:15 PM »
from my perspective all positive. from yours it isn't. that make me wrong? theirs not a fun Idaho forum. we all get a long over here. us residents anyway  :hello:

The problem is that it's all about you.  That makes you part of the problem and not part of the solution.

How long since you moved out of Washington to Idaho?
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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #35 on: September 05, 2019, 01:35:48 PM »
from my perspective all positive. from yours it isn't. that make me wrong? theirs not a fun Idaho forum. we all get a long over here. us residents anyway  :hello:

The problem is that it's all about you.  That makes you part of the problem and not part of the solution.

How long since you moved out of Washington to Idaho?
It's not all about him, he's just the only one offering an Idahoans perspective. The moves are great for Idaho residents. There's just a bunch of non residents here complaining because they might have to give up their micro brews and go back to drink Bud or Coors. It's kind of hard to take us non-resident seriously on the whole to begin with. We are paying significantly more to go hunt another state rather than just be happy with ours because our state has mismanaged the game in our state. Who are we to say how Idaho should manage things?

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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #36 on: September 05, 2019, 01:47:51 PM »
This is kind of like the EWA vs WWA thing, and to be honest I was offending the crap out of western wa folks (and making myself look like a buffoon in the process) here on HW some years ago.  So I totally understand Lord Grizzly from that perspective. 


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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #37 on: September 05, 2019, 01:52:03 PM »
from my perspective all positive. from yours it isn't. that make me wrong? theirs not a fun Idaho forum. we all get a long over here. us residents anyway  :hello:

The problem is that it's all about you.  That makes you part of the problem and not part of the solution.

How long since you moved out of Washington to Idaho?

thought i answered that. about 30 years a ago my family left Alaska. we cam e through Washington so i technically lived there. didn't finish a year of school so i dont know if i count as being a resident. theirs lots of experts on here that will tell me.

whats your life story so i can be sure to judge it and see if your worthy?

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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #38 on: September 05, 2019, 01:53:42 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
You wouldn't be able to keep up. I've been known to hunt uphill.

ill be up at the top waiting for ya  :hello:

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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #39 on: September 05, 2019, 02:43:59 PM »
from my perspective all positive. from yours it isn't. that make me wrong? theirs not a fun Idaho forum. we all get a long over here. us residents anyway  :hello:

The problem is that it's all about you.  That makes you part of the problem and not part of the solution.

How long since you moved out of Washington to Idaho?

thought i answered that. about 30 years a ago my family left Alaska. we cam e through Washington so i technically lived there. didn't finish a year of school so i dont know if i count as being a resident. theirs lots of experts on here that will tell me.

whats your life story so i can be sure to judge it and see if your worthy?

I pretty much don't do anything that would necessitate anyone judging my life story and I value that about myself.
When there are problems, I prefer to at least attempt to be part of a solution and not part of a problem.

from my perspective all positive. from yours it isn't. that make me wrong? theirs not a fun Idaho forum. we all get a long over here. us residents anyway  :hello:

The problem is that it's all about you.  That makes you part of the problem and not part of the solution.

How long since you moved out of Washington to Idaho?
It's not all about him, he's just the only one offering an Idahoans perspective. The moves are great for Idaho residents. There's just a bunch of non residents here complaining because they might have to give up their micro brews and go back to drink Bud or Coors. It's kind of hard to take us non-resident seriously on the whole to begin with. We are paying significantly more to go hunt another state rather than just be happy with ours because our state has mismanaged the game in our state. Who are we to say how Idaho should manage things?

There's a right way and a wrong way to go about what he's attempting to do. If he's trying to spread words about a fee increase, great....do it. Just saying there's absolutely no point insulting a bunch of WA hunters on a WA hunting forum about coming to ID to hunt. He's been doing that just about day one on the forum here.  Pretty sure us WA guys coming to ID to hunt makes the difference between a lot of those Idaho folks drinking Coors Lights or Katka IPA's :chuckle:


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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #40 on: September 05, 2019, 03:01:24 PM »
i was actually more excited about them capping the non resident tags by unit then the fee in crease. fee increase actually affects me since i buy second tags. non rez having to pick units for deer and elk with a cap benefits all of us over here. guys like me will always buy out the non rez tags so the fee increase scaring off non rez is really just another net benefit  while our state maintains the profit they need form those sales.

honestly t will be better for our herds too. i often eat tat second tag because im not going to burn it on a dink. you guys pay 800 bucks to hunt a deer you bet a 2 points going home with you.

how bout fix your state where its nice and cheap for you to hunt instead of f'n up mine. keep your micro brews too there man bun  :hello:

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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #41 on: September 05, 2019, 03:11:31 PM »
 :salute:
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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #42 on: September 05, 2019, 03:12:24 PM »
i was actually more excited about them capping the non resident tags by unit then the fee in crease. fee increase actually affects me since i buy second tags. non rez having to pick units for deer and elk with a cap benefits all of us over here. guys like me will always buy out the non rez tags so the fee increase scaring off non rez is really just another net benefit  while our state maintains the profit they need form those sales.

honestly t will be better for our herds too. i often eat tat second tag because im not going to burn it on a dink. you guys pay 800 bucks to hunt a deer you bet a 2 points going home with you.

how bout fix your state where its nice and cheap for you to hunt instead of f'n up mine. keep your micro brews too there man bun  :hello:

I've hunted "your" state exactly one time 4-5 years ago. Can't wait to come back and drink some fine Kootenai Brewing IPA's after a hard day of hunting uphill from camp :chuckle:

 



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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #43 on: September 05, 2019, 03:17:51 PM »
This is the dumbest thread I've seen in awhile

Limiting non res hunters down to 10% from 57 % ??

Increase the tag fees ? Tags will still sell out


Talking bout buying a 2nd tag & then being worried bout the herds......priceless !

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Re: A promising direction
« Reply #44 on: September 05, 2019, 03:29:44 PM »
I thought the same thing.
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