INDIANS want to stop midwest wolf hunt.

Discussion in 'Wolf Hunting' started by jt77, Aug 15, 2012.

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  1. jt77

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    Applied for my tag, not sure I like the odds but $10 was worth it!!!
     

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    Your right the DECK IT STACKED! there over 3,000 hunter trying for just 201 kill tags not good odds.
     
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    Just wish some of the anti-hunting tree huggers (that are trying to buy up tags) would spend a little time up north and experience seeing one following you through the woods, or walk your trail back only to find a few sets of tracks that were following you. I completely understand the thought of not exterminating them but numbers have to be kept in check. I could rant on and on but ill leave it at that. New meaning to "when I win the lottery"!!!!
     
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    No one has 1 good reason why the wolfs should not be killed off!.The eccosystem is not a good answer as far as I understand the coyote and the mt.lion can do the same as the wolf can!I really think it more emotitional for some people to understand there not need anymore!.Alot of the treehuggers today are the kids of the late 70's and 80's growing up watching talking animals on Disney!.
     
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    Is a tag good for any zone? Or are tags zone specific? X amount if kills per zone? Can't seem to find that info.
     
  7. phorwath

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    I get that you want to kill all the wolves. But why is it that Indians or any other human beings can't have their say in this country? What does their owning and operating casinos have to do with whether or not they have a right to express their position on the number of wolves that should be killed? Is it a crime to make money off of gambling and liquor? Or State lotteries? If they make money off of gambling and liquor, they have to give up their rights? And the other races of humanoids that make money off gambling and liquor and casinos? Do they sacrifice the rights that you would claim as your own, preserved for the privileged or chosen? Could we find a reason to justify why you shouldn't have your say?
     
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    The INDIANS CAN SAY WHATEVER!BUT BACK IN 1860 OR SO THEY HAVE THEIR OWN PICE OF LAND SO they can say what goes on there but NOT ON MY LAND!!!. Do you also know they dont pay any STATE TAX! there hunting laws are not the same as MINE! they can kill two bears a year on the reservation I have to go thru a lottery.
     
  9. phorwath

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    Well I suppose they had no right to be here in the first place either... Long before you...
     
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    Look bud! they singed a treaty and a SWEET ONE IT WAS!.They have a thing called a reservation they live on a govt to them! so why are they so concerned with what the State of Wisconsin does? sure they have a voice but their voice dosnt matter in this ISSUE! only on their LAND.
     
  11. phorwath

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    Opinions are free, and you're entitled to yours. Now that I've fully drawn your's out, you should feel better...
     
  12. JackinSD

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    :)Gotta love it when someone goes off the deep end.

    Might want to check the Rules & FAQ page.
     
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    What are you talking about drawing me out?.
     
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