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Re: Hanford big horns
« Reply #15 on: May 25, 2022, 10:07:43 PM »
Not something that interests me, but why not have a list of folks who would be willing to notch their OIL sheep tag on these kinds of deals? WDFW could even make a few bucks....we all know how they like the $$.


I wonder this too

Think about it. This is on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation. There's never going to be a chance at sportsman/soortswomen being able to harvest these.

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Re: Hanford big horns
« Reply #16 on: May 25, 2022, 11:48:59 PM »
Not hard to figure out they either came from the Selah Butte herd or the southern Quilomeme herd. There's been sheep in years past on the south side of I90 at Vantage and also under the 82 overpass at Lmuma Ck. Not super far forneither to travel. Both herds have Movi issues. I would have loved to see them capture, test them,  and monitor them until the results came back. If they were clean, transplant them to another area. That takes a lot of equipment and time. Not sure they have that at the moment. :twocents:

 A lot of equipment and time! :chuckle:

 Seems to me the WDFW spends enormous amounts of both for wolves, with far less prospective return on investment! :rolleyes:
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Re: Hanford big horns
« Reply #17 on: May 26, 2022, 03:27:24 AM »
You think with just 4 they could of caught them and tested them.  I dont know about repopulating a area it looks like they are all juveniles to me.  Need a women to repopulate.

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Re: Hanford big horns
« Reply #18 on: May 26, 2022, 05:33:40 AM »
Not something that interests me, but why not have a list of folks who would be willing to notch their   OIL sheep tag on these kinds of deals? WDFW could even make a few bucks....we all know how they like the $$.


I wonder this too

Think about it. This is on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation. There's never going to be a chance at sportsman/soortswomen being able to harvest these.
yeah that! Besides, only workers at Hanford can hunt there!     😁
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Re: Hanford big horns
« Reply #19 on: May 26, 2022, 06:39:20 AM »
Not something that interests me, but why not have a list of folks who would be willing to notch their OIL sheep tag on these kinds of deals? WDFW could even make a few bucks....we all know how they like the $$.


I wonder this too

Think about it. This is on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation. There's never going to be a chance at sportsman/soortswomen being able to harvest these.


Oh I am well aware of Hanford rules and regs.  "Never going to be....." is a long time, I choose to believe anything can be changed with the correct attitude and work put in to execute changes.
BTW, article states the sheep were NEAR Hanford, not on.  My statement was for ALL deals like this.
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Re: Hanford big horns
« Reply #20 on: May 26, 2022, 07:14:35 AM »
Not something that interests me, but why not have a list of folks who would be willing to notch their OIL sheep tag on these kinds of deals? WDFW could even make a few bucks....we all know how they like the $$.


I wonder this too

Think about it. This is on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation. There's never going to be a chance at sportsman/soortswomen being able to harvest these.


Oh I am well aware of Hanford rules and regs.  "Never going to be....." is a long time, I choose to believe anything can be changed with the correct attitude and work put in to execute changes.
BTW, article states the sheep were NEAR Hanford, not on.  My statement was for ALL deals like this.
they were 100% inside the wire on site fyi.
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Re: Hanford big horns
« Reply #21 on: May 26, 2022, 07:50:18 PM »
Not something that interests me, but why not have a list of folks who would be willing to notch their OIL sheep tag on these kinds of deals? WDFW could even make a few bucks....we all know how they like the $$.


I wonder this too

Think about it. This is on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation. There's never going to be a chance at sportsman/soortswomen being able to harvest these.


Oh I am well aware of Hanford rules and regs.  "Never going to be....." is a long time, I choose to believe anything can be changed with the correct attitude and work put in to execute changes.
BTW, article states the sheep were NEAR Hanford, not on.  My statement was for ALL deals like this.
they were 100% inside the wire on site fyi.


Howd they get inside a closed gated area?

Anyway, were getting way off the point.

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Re: Hanford big horns
« Reply #22 on: May 26, 2022, 08:42:24 PM »
Not something that interests me, but why not have a list of folks who would be willing to notch their OIL sheep tag on these kinds of deals? WDFW could even make a few bucks....we all know how they like the $$.


I wonder this too

Think about it. This is on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation. There's never going to be a chance at sportsman/soortswomen being able to harvest these.


Oh I am well aware of Hanford rules and regs.  "Never going to be....." is a long time, I choose to believe anything can be changed with the correct attitude and work put in to execute changes.
BTW, article states the sheep were NEAR Hanford, not on.  My statement was for ALL deals like this.
they were 100% inside the wire on site fyi.


Howd they get inside a closed gated area?

Anyway, were getting way off the point.

Carry on
Most of the Hanford reserve only has a 4 wire fence along the boundary


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Re: Hanford big horns
« Reply #23 on: May 26, 2022, 08:44:51 PM »
its not a Trump built fence, its like a virtual fence.

Cross that border however and there WILL be consequences.

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Re: Hanford big horns
« Reply #24 on: May 26, 2022, 09:23:14 PM »
Inside  :chuckle:
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