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Old 01-24-2014, 08:06 PM
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Re: California Black Bear

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If you kill a bear, you must have the tag countersigned (validated)
by a Department of Fish and Wildlife Employee. Bear tags must
be validated prior to transporting the bear, except for the purpose
of taking the bear to the nearest person authorized to validate the
tag en route to your home from the point where the bear was
taken. All Department of Fish and Game offices will validate bear
tags. If Department offices are closed, the bear tag shall be
validated within one business day of transporting the bear from the
point where taken. The report card portion must be returned
immediately after tag validation
I know what the Law say. This is a prime example of what happens when worthless Liberals run anything. They want the citizens to follow their law then they need to make themselves available. IM NOT going to drive all over the state to find them.
If they are not available then I will have to fill out my tag as Unsuccessful.
This is total ********. I wont roll over to this Liberal Crap.
Im suppose to Drive hundreds of miles to find them when there are POT farms all over the hills out here and they just sit on their fat butts and look the other way and give millions to Illegals who are breaking our laws and are being rewarded for it .................and then they come down real hard of us if we don't kiss their............

Some people don't mind kissing their butts..............................


From now on Im just another unsuccessful Bear hunter...........................MUST be validated before transportation, unless to have it validated. So if no one can be found to validate it you must leave it in the field until someone can be found..........and if it spoils you will be given a fine.

If this in not insane what is..........................

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Old 01-25-2014, 01:09 AM
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Re: California Black Bear

I drove from Porterville,Ca. to Long Beach,Ca. which was 30 miles PAST my destination.

I looked all over the place for a DFG agent while I was in Porterville and gave up and headed for Long Beach!

And this is why I do most of my hunting in Wyo. & So Dakota.

SC
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Old 01-25-2014, 07:49 PM
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Re: California Black Bear

But a lot of us cant hunt out of State, Therefore I will buy a Bear Tag hunt bear and if CF&G will not make themselves available I will just send in my tag marked "Unsuccessful".................................... ....
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Old 01-25-2014, 11:24 PM
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Re: California Black Bear

I live in and hate california. I wonder how many out of state hunting licenses they sell a year. I would not be surprised if it was 0 Yet they still would not get a clue.
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Old 01-26-2014, 01:57 AM
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Re: California Black Bear

The only hunting worth doing for a non-resident hunter is wild boar. I do believe we have the best pig hunting in the US. Other than that, you are correct. I bet the non-resident
applicants are VERY FEW!
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Old 01-26-2014, 10:23 AM
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Re: California Black Bear

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The only hunting worth doing for a non-resident hunter is wild boar. I do believe we have the best pig hunting in the US. Other than that, you are correct. I bet the non-resident
applicants are VERY FEW!
As far as best pig hunting I agree with you if you mean best hunt for pigs. The terrain in a lot of areas is beautiful and much more fun than sitting in front of a feeder in Texas. Texas has more pigs though.
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Old 01-26-2014, 09:02 PM
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Re: California Black Bear

This is true. We do have great hunting country here. I don't do tree stand anything. Texas does have a lot of great hunting but much of it is tree stand hunting. That is not what I call hunting. Thats more like shooting fish in a barrel. Not much sport, and not much of a test of ones marksmanship skills. Can you imagine the embarrassment missing something that close. WOW!
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