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You are right. As long as we

You are right. As long as we are doing things legally we need to support each other. I would be the first one to turn in something illegal.

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   I didn't mean to sound

   I didn't mean to sound like a tattle tail, but I'm just saying so many of us work so hard to do our best and respect the land and land owners it only takes one of us to screw up then ruin it for everyone else. There are also certain types of hunting i don't like but i don't go around bashing those people. Because, I know the ones we need to fight are the law makers in Washington. Not each other.

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   I didn't mean to sound

   I didn't mean to sound like a tattle tail, but I'm just saying so many of us work so hard to do our best and respect the land and land owners it only takes one of us to screw up then ruin it for everyone else. There are also certain types of hunting i don't like but i don't go around bashing those people. Because, I know the ones we need to fight are the law makers in Washington. Not each other.

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I didn't mean to sound

Your point is well taken, and I don't see anything wrong with it. I'd turn in poaching for example no problem. There are also some hunting type things I don't happen do as well, but don't bash people for it either if legal.

Me and my son have also cleaned up more trash in campsites etc. left behind than I can remember as well. Even if not from hunters, the blame can still be there, and just ruins it for everybody in the future. We try to live by the saying, "leave it cleaner than you found it."

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Yeah bugs I guess you are

Yeah bugs I guess you are right. The CWD eradication zones don't allow any baiting but you can bait in non-cwd zones, i'm not for sure what the max amount is right but you sound close.  I know it's a pretty small amount.

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CWD

Str8shooter wrote:

Yeah bugs I guess you are right. The CWD eradication zones don't allow any baiting but you can bait in non-cwd zones, i'm not for sure what the max amount is right but you sound close.  I know it's a pretty small amount.

Yeah do you live in a CWD zone?

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I'm not against either. I

I'm not against either. I think it more depends on what part of the country you live in how popular it is plus if you have land or not.

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