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Re: Wolf Wars have moved to Washington
« Reply #585 on: July 02, 2011, 03:17:09 PM »
You make a good point Special T
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Re: Wolf Wars have moved to Washington
« Reply #586 on: July 02, 2011, 03:51:16 PM »
"If the wolfers would have backed off when the original wolf quota was met, severe damage would have not occurred and many more people would have accepted wolves in reasonable numbers. Now nobody trusts any game department in any western state and more people are rebelling every year in affected states."

Well put Dale.

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Re: Wolf Wars have moved to Washington
« Reply #587 on: July 02, 2011, 04:13:11 PM »
Guy,  Thank you for summing up what 99% of everyone that I know believe.

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Re: Wolf Wars have moved to Washington
« Reply #588 on: July 16, 2011, 10:00:35 AM »
Ive always felt the anti's were/are behind this, as just another angle to stop hunting.  They get wolves introduced and established, and lets use  the west Yellowstone elk herd as an which point do you step in and protect a specific herd of elk/deer before they get chewed to the point they disappear?    They can effectively lobby to put certain herds in specific regions under the protection of the state, slowly but surely ending hunting in small areas at first, that will only expand to whole have antis in State Wildlife agencies, and more importantly in local , city, county and state political offices.   The war will rage on.....we need to know who our political friends are.......the few, for sure.  R


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