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Re: Wolf vs Peterbilt
« Reply #30 on: February 12, 2020, 10:09:44 PM »
The driver has become a local hero.  8)
The best friend a guy could have asked for. RIP chasing pheasants in heaven Denali girl.

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Re: Wolf vs Peterbilt
« Reply #31 on: February 13, 2020, 06:18:30 AM »
Never hit brakes and shifting gears. MINT 👌
Two birds in the Bush is always better than one in the hand-that way you can always go to the Bush and hunt another day .conservation=Better hunting.
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Re: Wolf vs Peterbilt
« Reply #32 on: February 13, 2020, 06:21:33 AM »
“In common with”..... not so much!!

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Re: Wolf vs Peterbilt
« Reply #33 on: February 13, 2020, 06:54:10 AM »
Was this WA or another state ?

Fruitland WA
Gotcha! Thanks . I was just curious since there are "Fruitlands" in other states .

And then there is California.

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Re: Wolf vs Peterbilt
« Reply #34 on: February 13, 2020, 10:29:18 AM »
I was taught by a drivers ed teacher who was also a WWII bomber pilot, "never swerve to miss an animal, you are more likely to be hurt or killed in the process, HIT the animal whatever it is!" :tup:

My scoutmaster swerved to miss a porcupine, rolled his car and wound up in the hospital for ten days.  Almost killed him,  once he recovered he told my dad, "yep, should have HIT it and kept on going, I'll never try and avoid HITTING another animal again!"

A little advice if you find yourself driving in Alaska, avoid hitting a moose at all cost! That being said, don't post dead wolf pictures on the internet with headings that say you're glad the wolf is dead. It gives the other side emotional ammunition
for people on the fence. Big lose for hunters.  :twocents:

The biggest loss to hunters was not stepping up and exposing the fraud, always being on defense do to the fear of some emotional backlash BS.

At this point, with the cat out of the bag, and the wolves fully infested in WA, hunting on the way out, does it really matter what the pro-wolf frauds say? Can anyone see any true wolf management in Washingtons future???

I wonder how many of the pro-wolf frauds will be pro-grizzly bear frauds now.

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Re: Wolf vs Peterbilt
« Reply #35 on: February 13, 2020, 10:47:22 AM »
At this point, with the cat out of the bag, and the wolves fully infested in WA, hunting on the way out, does it really matter what the pro-wolf frauds say?

No, the pro-wolf frauds' victory is complete.  They have won in every regard, so it does not matter what they, or you, or I thinks.   It's done, the game is over.   checkmate.

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Wolf vs Peterbilt
« Reply #36 on: February 13, 2020, 10:53:02 AM »
FB took the pictures down,  the post with comments are still up.

Pics are still up, they're just covered up. Click the little "see photo" and they're there.



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Re: Wolf vs Peterbilt
« Reply #37 on: February 14, 2020, 09:05:11 AM »
We need to put up a puppy roadside memorial cross... :o

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Re: Wolf vs Peterbilt
« Reply #38 on: February 14, 2020, 10:06:15 AM »
FB took the pictures down,  the post with comments are still up.

Pics are still up, they're just covered up. Click the little "see photo" and they're there.




it's a repost screen shot now.

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Re: Wolf vs Peterbilt
« Reply #39 on: February 14, 2020, 10:35:08 AM »
I was taught by a drivers ed teacher who was also a WWII bomber pilot, "never swerve to miss an animal, you are more likely to be hurt or killed in the process, HIT the animal whatever it is!" :tup:

My scoutmaster swerved to miss a porcupine, rolled his car and wound up in the hospital for ten days.  Almost killed him,  once he recovered he told my dad, "yep, should have HIT it and kept on going, I'll never try and avoid HITTING another animal again!"

A little advice if you find yourself driving in Alaska, avoid hitting a moose at all cost! That being said, don't post dead wolf pictures on the internet with headings that say you're glad the wolf is dead. It gives the other side emotional ammunition
for people on the fence. Big lose for hunters.  :twocents:

The biggest loss to hunters was not stepping up and exposing the fraud, always being on defense do to the fear of some emotional backlash BS.

At this point, with the cat out of the bag, and the wolves fully infested in WA, hunting on the way out, does it really matter what the pro-wolf frauds say? Can anyone see any true wolf management in Washingtons future???

I wonder how many of the pro-wolf frauds will be pro-grizzly bear frauds now.

People in the middle with no strong feelings may be ok with a hunting season at some point. Trust me, people laughing about a wolf being smeared across the highway turn the middle off. Makes hunters look like idiots.. There are lots of logical reasons to control and hunt/trap wolves. Instead of acting like emotional nitwits like liberals we should be making a well thought out case for control. :twocents:
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Re: Wolf vs Peterbilt
« Reply #40 on: February 14, 2020, 11:27:32 AM »
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Re: Wolf vs Peterbilt
« Reply #41 on: February 14, 2020, 12:32:04 PM »
I was taught by a drivers ed teacher who was also a WWII bomber pilot, "never swerve to miss an animal, you are more likely to be hurt or killed in the process, HIT the animal whatever it is!" :tup:

My scoutmaster swerved to miss a porcupine, rolled his car and wound up in the hospital for ten days.  Almost killed him,  once he recovered he told my dad, "yep, should have HIT it and kept on going, I'll never try and avoid HITTING another animal again!"

A little advice if you find yourself driving in Alaska, avoid hitting a moose at all cost! That being said, don't post dead wolf pictures on the internet with headings that say you're glad the wolf is dead. It gives the other side emotional ammunition
for people on the fence. Big lose for hunters.  :twocents:

The biggest loss to hunters was not stepping up and exposing the fraud, always being on defense do to the fear of some emotional backlash BS.

At this point, with the cat out of the bag, and the wolves fully infested in WA, hunting on the way out, does it really matter what the pro-wolf frauds say? Can anyone see any true wolf management in Washingtons future???

I wonder how many of the pro-wolf frauds will be pro-grizzly bear frauds now.

People in the middle with no strong feelings may be ok with a hunting season at some point. Trust me, people laughing about a wolf being smeared across the highway turn the middle off. Makes hunters look like idiots.. There are lots of logical reasons to control and hunt/trap wolves. Instead of acting like emotional nitwits like liberals we should be making a well thought out case for control. :twocents:

Did the poster say he was a hunter? Or is any thing considered negative by some, a reason to blame hunters?

 
I wonder if there are any people in the middle after 12 years worth of wolves? From what I have seen, they are either full blown fake environmental pro-wolfers or they know the other side of the coin, wolves are killing off the deer etc., taking your dogs on a hike isn't a good idea and packing in wolf country is a given.

 
The fact that you somehow think WDF&Wolves etc., give two cents on hunters " making a well thought out case for control" is hilarious.

And as far as wolf control, rural communities have been implementing and in some cases WDFW know. Taking care of wolves isn't a public secret anymore.

On another note, as the pro-wolfers like to point out "the wolves are here to stay so get use to it", at this point many people don't want to get use to it, and many of the people aren't hunters or ranchers.

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Re: Wolf vs Peterbilt
« Reply #42 on: February 14, 2020, 02:57:57 PM »
I wonder if he cut the tail off of it, like people do with dead coyotes ?
I couldn't care less about what anybody says..............

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Re: Wolf vs Peterbilt
« Reply #43 on: February 14, 2020, 07:03:46 PM »
I was taught by a drivers ed teacher who was also a WWII bomber pilot, "never swerve to miss an animal, you are more likely to be hurt or killed in the process, HIT the animal whatever it is!" :tup:

My scoutmaster swerved to miss a porcupine, rolled his car and wound up in the hospital for ten days.  Almost killed him,  once he recovered he told my dad, "yep, should have HIT it and kept on going, I'll never try and avoid HITTING another animal again!"

A little advice if you find yourself driving in Alaska, avoid hitting a moose at all cost! That being said, don't post dead wolf pictures on the internet with headings that say you're glad the wolf is dead. It gives the other side emotional ammunition
for people on the fence. Big lose for hunters.  :twocents:

The biggest loss to hunters was not stepping up and exposing the fraud, always being on defense do to the fear of some emotional backlash BS.

At this point, with the cat out of the bag, and the wolves fully infested in WA, hunting on the way out, does it really matter what the pro-wolf frauds say? Can anyone see any true wolf management in Washingtons future???

I wonder how many of the pro-wolf frauds will be pro-grizzly bear frauds now.

People in the middle with no strong feelings may be ok with a hunting season at some point. Trust me, people laughing about a wolf being smeared across the highway turn the middle off. Makes hunters look like idiots.. There are lots of logical reasons to control and hunt/trap wolves. Instead of acting like emotional nitwits like liberals we should be making a well thought out case for control. :twocents:

Did the poster say he was a hunter? Or is any thing considered negative by some, a reason to blame hunters?

 
I wonder if there are any people in the middle after 12 years worth of wolves? From what I have seen, they are either full blown fake environmental pro-wolfers or they know the other side of the coin, wolves are killing off the deer etc., taking your dogs on a hike isn't a good idea and packing in wolf country is a given.

 
The fact that you somehow think WDF&Wolves etc., give two cents on hunters " making a well thought out case for control" is hilarious.

And as far as wolf control, rural communities have been implementing and in some cases WDFW know. Taking care of wolves isn't a public secret anymore.

On another note, as the pro-wolfers like to point out "the wolves are here to stay so get use to it", at this point many people don't want to get use to it, and many of the people aren't hunters or ranchers.

This is a hunting forum. Scroll through the posts. If you don't think the wolf lovers spread what is posted here around the net you are living in a dream world.
In the end voters will determine the future of wolf management in Washington. All politicians will bend to the popular opinion to stay in power. Showing livestock killed by wolves is a winner for hunters. Showing a wolf splattered on the road and laughing about it is a loser. Pretty simple unless you are a fanatic.
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Re: Wolf vs Peterbilt
« Reply #44 on: February 14, 2020, 07:25:04 PM »
Only four more kills and the trucker's an ACE!

 


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