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Lynn wrote:
I appreciate that at least you did finally agree that it is hunting.

I never agreed that it was hunting, but if that's what you wish to call it, so be it.

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That's what you called it. Reread your post!

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If you're trying to push my buttons, its not going to work Lynn. But I sure can see why others on this forum lose it with you.

I'm done with this discussion, its going nowhere. I've stated my position several times now.

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moderator,

I'm not trying to push your buttons.

You are entitled to an opinion just like everyone else but you just make things more confusing by saying one thing and then you say that's not what you said You should not call it hunting if you do not think it is hunting!

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whats that old sayin from Forrest gump? Stupid is as Stupid Does? Im kinna guessing Lynn is around 12 MAYBE 13

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cam69conv,

Does that mean that you are about 3 or 4?

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ahhhh, the joys of having people join forums, only to start flammable conversations.

Lynn as you have noticed, you are the only one that agrees with the positions you post on this forum. If you wanna kill in high fences, so be it.. Real hunters dont hunt that way. Its obvious you have no ethics or respect for wildlife. You are a farmer and nothing more.

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Good Morning psycho,

You guys are the ones doing all of the flaming!

You are not a real hunter. You kill in areas that are over populated with wildlife, hide high up in tree stands only to wait an ambush some poor unsuspecting deer, use scents to cover up your stink, hunt over bait or food plots, use doe in heat urine and on and on and on.........just to make it easy to kill.

If you truly want to be a real hunter, make a recurve bow or spear and get down out of that tree stand and stalk a deer in an area that has 10 to 15 deer per square mile and then if you can kill something besides a fawn, then you will be on your way to becoming a real hunter. Do something that you can be proud of.

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Lynn, You are once again giving out misinformation.
You stated the following earlier and I will give you some corrections on it. "You may not consider shooting animals behind a high fence as hunting but state wildlife agencies do. Many states have areas that are high fenced for security reasons or for whatever reason for different things such as military bases where they allow hunting. These are managed by state wildlife agencies."

The hunting areas on a military installation are not manged by the state wildlife agency. They just have oversite to ensure that all laws and rules are followed. The wildlife and land management is under the control the the installation commander who delegates it down to other agencies to manage. Here is a portion of the reg on military installations.

The Commanding General is responsible for outdoor recreation, wildlife and fisheries management, and the
hunting and fishing programs at Fort Campbell. He has delegated management authority for these programs to the
Garrison Commander. The Commanding General retains the exclusive approval authority for use of normally
restricted areas for recreational purposes.
b. The Garrison Commander has delegated the authority to plan and supervise the recreational aspects of the
outdoor recreation and hunting and fishing programs in accordance with the provisions of AR 215-1 to the Director,
Community Activities Business Center (CABC). The Chief, Recreation Division, CABC is the appeal authority for
confiscated and/or revoked permits. The Director, CABC has further delegated authorities as follows:
(1) The hunting and fishing program is administered through Outdoor Recreation of the Recreation Division
(RD). The Director, Outdoor Recreation serves as the approving official for all requests by handicapped hunters for
special hunting considerations.
(2) Outdoor Recreation will perform the administrative functions necessary to assign hunters, fishermen, and
other outdoor recreation participants to the rear area of Fort Campbell. The Outdoor Recreation Director is
responsible for coordinating the recreational aspects of the rear area. The Director is authorized by the Garrison
Commander to suspend and/or revoke hunting and fishing and outdoor recreation permits for violations of the
policies and/or procedures prescribed in this circular. The Director may be contacted at (270) 798-2175.
c. The Garrison Commander has delegated the authority to plan, coordinate, and implement fish and wildlife
management in accordance with AR 200-3 and the Integrated Natural Resources Management Plan to the Director
of Public Works. The Director of Public Works has further delegated the responsibility for fish and wildlife
management to the Conservation Branch. The Fish and Wildlife Program Coordinator may be contacted at (270)
798-9855/956-2738.
d. The Garrison Commander has delegated authority to the Provost Marshal as the Chief of the Game Wardens
for enforcement of hunting and fishing laws and regulations, and for military, federal, state and local police support
in the rear area of Fort Campbell. Game Wardens/Law Enforcement personnel may be contacted at (731)431-7606
(Lead Officer).
e. The Garrison Commander has delegated authority to DPTM, Range Division Chief, to release training areas
for outdoor recreational use.
1-4. Eligibility

Pursuant to the Sikes Act (16 USC 670a-f), the Commanding General has authorized members of the general public
limited access to the Fort Campbell Military Reservation for the purposes of outdoor recreation activities, to include
hunting and fishing under the terms of the Integrated Natural Resources Management Plan. Authorized patrons are
set forth in AR 215-1
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