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Re: Question on access for native americans
« Reply #15 on: November 28, 2021, 07:25:56 PM »
No $$ in cougar or wolves
Unless they are paid a bounty.

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Re: Question on access for native americans
« Reply #16 on: November 28, 2021, 07:29:27 PM »
No $$ in cougar or wolves
Unless they are paid a bounty.

Would it be legal to pay a bounty? 

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Re: Question on access for native americans
« Reply #17 on: November 28, 2021, 07:37:57 PM »
Poachers be poaching.
Nuff said
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Re: Question on access for native americans
« Reply #18 on: November 28, 2021, 08:20:45 PM »
Yes, they can. Donít think about it too much, itíll turn you into a bitter old fartÖ wait, ya.. a Píed off old fart  :rolleyes:
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Re: Question on access for native americans
« Reply #19 on: November 28, 2021, 08:23:47 PM »
Poachers be poaching.
Nuff said
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Re: Question on access for native americans
« Reply #20 on: November 28, 2021, 08:28:02 PM »
No $$ in cougar or wolves
I would love,  absolutely love to compare roi with you.  Then maybe you wouldn't pop off with ignorant statements like this.  I don't think you have a clue what some tribes commit to conservation in this state.

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Re: Question on access for native americans
« Reply #21 on: November 28, 2021, 08:40:17 PM »
I think we should start a "Go Fund Me" to pay them bounties for shooting predators that we can't.  :dunno:
 

This is the answer start paying them to run dogs on cougars and bears. Pay natives to kill wolves. Just make it a reimbursement like fwiw does in Idaho and Montana. Itís the answer and it will totally screw the liberal greenies up. They wonít say a word for fear of being politically incorrect. It will be awesome! someone needs to make it happen I will donate

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Re: Question on access for native americans
« Reply #22 on: November 28, 2021, 09:02:27 PM »
Open and unclaimed land is where they can hunt.
Basicly all Government land .
Private property as long as you have posted or fenced it ,they can't hunt it without permission.
Open and unclaimed land is where they can hunt.
There is no unclaimed land ,so open would mean any state land,WDFW land,national forest,BLM, any government or stateland is open for native hunting.
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: Question on access for native americans
« Reply #23 on: November 28, 2021, 09:04:39 PM »
I think we should start a "Go Fund Me" to pay them bounties for shooting predators that we can't.  :dunno:
 

This is the answer start paying them to run dogs on cougars and bears. Pay natives to kill wolves. Just make it a reimbursement like fwiw does in Idaho and Montana. Itís the answer and it will totally screw the liberal greenies up. They wonít say a word for fear of being politically incorrect. It will be awesome! someone needs to make it happen I will donate

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Re: Question on access for native americans
« Reply #24 on: November 28, 2021, 09:17:13 PM »
No $$ in cougar or wolves
I would love,  absolutely love to compare roi with you.  Then maybe you wouldn't pop off with ignorant statements like this.  I don't think you have a clue what some tribes commit to conservation in this state.
You got to be kidding they net the rivers to the point where there's hardly any fish left to finish spawning, last week they were netting chums in the Noocksack throwing the bucks over board and after they cut the eggs out of the hens they toss them over also and then they are all whiny and crying because there are no fish. They are doing to elk and deer what they have done to the fish runs shoot everything year round don't believe me go check out some of their facebook sites conservations hell they don't know what the *censored* that is!


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Re: Question on access for native americans
« Reply #25 on: November 28, 2021, 09:24:13 PM »
No $$ in cougar or wolves
I would love,  absolutely love to compare roi with you.  Then maybe you wouldn't pop off with ignorant statements like this.  I don't think you have a clue what some tribes commit to conservation in this state.
You got to be kidding they net the rivers to the point where there's hardly any fish left to finish spawning, last week they were netting chums in the Noocksack throwing the bucks over board and after they cut the eggs out of the hens they toss them over also and then they are all whiny and crying because there are no fish. They are doing to elk and deer what they have done to the fish runs shoot everything year round don't believe me go check out some of their facebook sites conservations hell they don't know what the *censored* that is!
Not kidding you.  And if you'd like to have a sit down and we can crunch any numbers you'd like. You want to know what goes into a model? What the commitment to deer and elk is? That is if you don't already know?

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Re: Question on access for native americans
« Reply #26 on: November 28, 2021, 09:44:29 PM »
Depends what tribes your talking about I  know the coliville's do an excellant job with their game management the Yakamas are a complete disaster as well as alot of the tribes on the west side but I don't know them all
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Re: Question on access for native americans
« Reply #27 on: November 28, 2021, 09:53:16 PM »
Yup, I've had long chats with the head game manager with the Colville tribe.  The Kalispell tribe also is very proactive. 

Tbar doesn't need to get all defensive as he does in these threads,  it's true theres no $$ in predator hunting,  no incentive.  The Colvilles got wolf trapping in 101 but without incentive what's to keep them out there doing it beyond the initial cool new thing to do?

I'd like to something like F4WM in WA funneling up to $2500 for a wolf like in Idaho, then we'd see stuff happening

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Re: Question on access for native americans
« Reply #28 on: November 28, 2021, 09:54:49 PM »
Yes when the Game department adopted the permit system for elk hunting 25ish years ago I was fully on board thinking some day I would have the opportunity for a "once in a lifetime hunt"....Little did I know at the time that the tribes would be skimming the cream off our elk herds.  With no regulations or seemingly a conscious, that opportunity has been lost as I'm still waiting to be drawn for "once in a lifetime hunt".

So here I sit with 25 points knowing I'll probably never be drawn because of the very few Quality tags available to me.  I can't help but wonder of the lost opportunity and how many more bulls would be available every year if we all played by the same rules.

I feel if it weren't for the tribes abusing their "right",  The Colockum would offer world class elk hunt with 10x the Quality tags availble today


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Re: Question on access for native americans
« Reply #29 on: November 28, 2021, 10:09:27 PM »
Yup, I've had long chats with the head game manager with the Colville tribe.  The Kalispell tribe also is very proactive. 

Tbar doesn't need to get all defensive as he does in these threads,  it's true theres no $$ in predator hunting,  no incentive.  The Colvilles got wolf trapping in 101 but without incentive what's to keep them out there doing it beyond the initial cool new thing to do?

I'd like to something like F4WM in WA funneling up to $2500 for a wolf like in Idaho, then we'd see stuff happening
Letís get it going!  I canít think of a legal issue.  They can legally hunt them. Maybe start at $500 for a wolf or a cougar.  Have to provide gps coordinates of the kill site.

It is the only chance we have at predator management.


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