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  1. #51
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    Re: So what is going to change in the regulations this year

    when i worked in a tackle shop and supplied one with lures and flys i made at home a old man pulled me aside and gave me some wisdom.

    (son your making stuff thats time consuming and uses alot of material but i am sure works well to catch fish...) (if you want to make money make stuff thats quick and you can catch fisherman..))) lol

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    Re: So what is going to change in the regulations this year

    Quote Originally Posted by wos View Post
    Mule deer and moose will be closed in region 5. Thats the best thing to ever happen to that area!
    Never to be opened again, thatís really good...

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    Re: So what is going to change in the regulations this year

    They are banning jetboats in Regions 6&7.
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    Re: So what is going to change in the regulations this year

    Quote Originally Posted by russm View Post
    Never to be opened again, that’s really good...
    Its for conservation!!

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    Re: So what is going to change in the regulations this year

    Quote Originally Posted by Wild one View Post
    What can I say my grandpa was an insensitive smarta$$ and I just might have inherited those genes lol

    Its not my fault I was doomed at birth
    The both of you sound like good campfire company

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    Re: So what is going to change in the regulations this year

    Quote Originally Posted by limit time View Post
    They are banning jetboats in Regions 6&7.
    Also total ban on float + wheel planes in Region 6+ 7
    "The budget should be balanced, the Treasury should be refilled, public debt should be reduced, the arrogance of officialdom should be tempered and controlled, and the assistance to foreign lands should be curtailed lest Rome become bankrupt. People must again learn to work, instead of living on public assistance." Cicero - 55 BC
    ..... The NDP approach: if the facts don't fit your ideology, just pretend the facts don't exist.......

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    Re: So what is going to change in the regulations this year

    How long do you think grizzly bear hunting can continue to be closed for before the population explodes or will they stay closed for ever.

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    Re: So what is going to change in the regulations this year

    Quote Originally Posted by caddisguy View Post
    The both of you sound like good campfire company
    If you can handle sh!t and abuse in the name of fun from a politically incorrect smarta$$ with no filter all would be good. I actually have to hit delete a lot here so I don’t offend people

    As for Dana I don’t know about that guy little people are unpredictable and creep me out lol

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    Re: So what is going to change in the regulations this year

    No question that trail cams give an absolutely huge boost to hunter success. If the intent is to reduce the harvest by decreasing success, then trail cams would have that desired effect. Put aside the legal/privacy argument, if trail cams get banned it won't have anything to do with privacy law.

    I like the increased odds on LEH ungulate if you harvest a predator, but what is to stop a guy from just buying a black bear tag and cutting it...? compulsory inspection of wolves and bears? - then we would need a lot more man power... more CO's and higher costs all around.

    I think that our idiotic NDGreen Gov't is going to change NBL on Woofs to protected species...

    More restrictions on ATV's for sure...

    More pandering to the Indians as well...

    No hunting ungulates during the rut... seasons will be closed for the prime rut for each WMU.

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    Re: So what is going to change in the regulations this year

    Drones were banned from hunting purposes not because of privacy but because of how easy it is to locate animals with live feed cameras. As we have been shown on the internet recently, people really like to get close to animals with drones and it really bothers them.

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