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Saw fewer anti hunting nutbags this week when they had the 2 day deer hunt.

Must be great to (either) not have a job or not want a job and be able to spend time out on the side of the road protesting an event that has become a necessity.

 

I'm sure these same people won't be singing "Born Free" and "Kumbaya" if they happen to pick up an unwanted "ride" that might come crashing through the windshield.

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5 mins ago, FishermanTim said:

Saw fewer anti hunting nutbags this week when they had the 2 day deer hunt.

Must be great to (either) not have a job or not want a job and be able to spend time out on the side of the road protesting an event that has become a necessity.

 

I'm sure these same people won't be singing "Born Free" and "Kumbaya" if they happen to pick up an unwanted "ride" that might come crashing through the windshield.

I feel bad for people that are married to those wack jobs. Although they are just as bad I bet. 

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15 hours ago, Richsandwich said:

My friend got 3 yesterday! I went over and helped him quarter them. He said other than that it's been quiet thus year. He also said not as many protesters as last year too.

Hope there's some venison steaks in your future!

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1 hour ago, Richsandwich said:

No limits if you win the lottery they sell you unlimited tags and want you to shoot anything that moves.

I thought it was unlimited antlerless only

 

need to use your own buck tags

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4 mins ago, The BuzzardsBayBruin said:

I thought it was unlimited antlerless only

 

need to use your own buck tags

Correct. Special doe tags for BH too

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That is a lot of deer in a small place. 67 deer removed is a success. 4 days of gun does some damage. If they opening to public hunting the numbers would be reduced pretty quickly. 

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