Hey take it easy....I'm just having a conversation here and trying to be logical and take emotion out of this. No reason to get worked up over it.
I can understand your argument I really can. What I'm asking is where is the line? If you're asking me for my answer I don't have one and that's the my whole point. You can't draw a line.....that's what I'm trying to say.
What I was trying to get across is it ok to have 50 people with me as long as they aren't "professional hunters"?
Do you think guiding services are wrong under "normal" circumstances? Is 1 professional hunter too much? 5? 9? 10? Where do you draw the line legally? That's the whole point. I wouldn't want to be a part of a hunt like that but how do you go to the state and ask them regulate this? What is your solution?
What doesn't make sense is in one breath you talk about a bunch of people blocking roads, limiting access etc but in another you say the problem is they are professional hunters. 50 non-professional hunters can block roads and limit access as easy as pro's. I'm just trying to understand what you're argument is. If a guide has a license to operate within a particular National Forest or what ever do you tell him you can't have more than 3 guides within a mile? I just don't know how you police a situation like that.
It's easy to yell and scream about how wrong it is but if you think it's wrong then purpose a solution and articulate your argument to the point the it will be generally accepted. Your human nature is working against you and your emotions are getting the best of you and you are coming across as angry and a bit irrational.