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    Re: your chance to give input to 2020-2022 hunting reg changes

    curious what people’s overall thoughts are on the changes? Looks like a pile of restrictions or amendments to recent restrictions.

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    Arrow Re: your chance to give input to 2020-2022 hunting reg changes

    Quote Originally Posted by Hunting guy View Post
    curious what people’s overall thoughts are on the changes? Looks like a pile of restrictions or amendments to recent restrictions.
    Largely government overreach.
    Being firmly supported by those who do not wish to see the "general public" afforded anything like an opportunity.

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    Re: your chance to give input to 2020-2022 hunting reg changes

    No but if you read between the lines on one of the region 6 moose questions it mentions the rationale behind it is too many moose being taken but resident hunters didn't take there full quota (14 out of 17 or something like that) but there is too many moose being harvested. Now i am not going to blame anyone or anything as i dont know the actual facts, it could be poachers , wolves, cougars or legally taken by FN, but too many, but interesting how it is worded.
    "It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the the most intelligent , it is the one most adaptable to change"

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    Re: your chance to give input to 2020-2022 hunting reg changes

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyrus View Post
    https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/briti...life-1.5403401

    No mention about wolves and other predators being an issue....no mention of unregulated fn hunting either. Too political for the politicians...
    No but if you read between the lines on one of the region 6 moose questions it mentions the rationale behind it is too many moose being taken but resident hunters didn't take there full quota (14 out of 17 or something like that) but there is too many moose being harvested. Now i am not going to blame anyone or anything as i dont know the actual facts, it could be poachers , wolves, cougars or legally taken by FN, but too many, but interesting how it is worded.
    "It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the the most intelligent , it is the one most adaptable to change"

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    Re: your chance to give input to 2020-2022 hunting reg changes

    Last day today to comment on the proposed hunting regulation changes!

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    Re: your chance to give input to 2020-2022 hunting reg changes

    Thanks for the reminder. Still had a few proposals that I wanted to comment on, which I just finished doing. Found it interesting that they seemed to have changed the website so we can't see others' comments? Or is it just me? Some of these proposals are so brutal they just epitomize the concept of a solution looking for a problem.

    Can't stand Wilkinson but at least the Libs should restore and protect our hunting rights, which is what is most important to me. No way in hell I will ever vote BCNDP again - like never ever ever ever ever! The next election can't come soon enough.
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    Re: your chance to give input to 2020-2022 hunting reg changes

    No matter what I do I cannot get to the comments page. I am logged in, but when I click on a link it keeps taking me to a page where they want me to register, so attempt it, thinking this is a step in the process, but when I click update it says my email address is already being used....ugh.....been trying since Wednesday.
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    Re: your chance to give input to 2020-2022 hunting reg changes

    Did not see any of the proposed changes as too loathsome..
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