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    new report from Nevada on recommended quotas

    When I read this, all I see is dollar signs. Anyone who has lived here pre el niño knows this is a bunch of bs.

    http://www.ndow.org/about/news/pr/20...012_quota.shtm

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    I can see what your saying im assuming you havent seen the deer numbers that they are talking about then? but i can see how there out to make more money thats what government is all about lol

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    Wow 20% increase in antelope, 21% increace in bull elk tags, and 28% increase in SHEEP TAGS. Those are all huge increases for one year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drhorsepower View Post
    When I read this, all I see is dollar signs. Anyone who has lived here pre el niño knows this is a bunch of bs.
    I'm with ya Dr. This sounds like a bunch of bs to me as well. Then again, so does the amount of deer tags they issue here in CA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjsmallfield View Post
    I'm with ya Dr. This sounds like a bunch of bs to me as well. Then again, so does the amount of deer tags they issue here in CA.
    If thats all true, good for Nevada.....they seem to be the only state with populations increaseing.

    There is some zones here in ca where caf&g issues 3000 buck deer tags and I can say there isn't 3000 bucks in the whole zone, in this zone there was only some thing like 83 bucks killed last year and most were forkys,what a joke huh....and let alone, very few mature bucks. Ca just wants the money! It's that high tag quota that will never even give some of these zones a chance to grow mature animals.
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    All about the dollar bill people!!!! The populations in the areas I hunt are very low. Now if I saw this about 5 years ago I might have a different opinion.

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    Oh ya and to increase sheep tags!!!! Are you EFing kidding me! Didn't Nv just have a huge death toll to sheep with pneumonia and CWD? Pretty stupid of you ask me. I would say the Elk and Pronghorn heards are healthy and can hold strong with some increase but the sheep and deer I think should be less for both Res and Non Res.

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    I think, by far, Nevada has done some of the best big game management in the west. If the biologist feel the increases are warranted, I'm not going to argue with them. As for the pneumonia killing the sheep, as far as I know it was isolated to the rocky mtn bighorns, and they cut the non res tags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goindeep View Post
    I think, by far, Nevada has done some of the best big game management in the west. If the biologist feel the increases are warranted, I'm not going to argue with them. As for the pneumonia killing the sheep, as far as I know it was isolated to the rocky mtn bighorns, and they cut the non res tags.
    That brings up a good point, I would like to spend a day with a biologist to see their point of view. Me looking at the big picture, food + water and no deer things don't add up for more deer tags. Maybe I'm missing something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goindeep View Post
    I think, by far, Nevada has done some of the best big game management in the west. If the biologist feel the increases are warranted, I'm not going to argue with them. As for the pneumonia killing the sheep, as far as I know it was isolated to the rocky mtn bighorns, and they cut the non res tags.
    Nope, they cut all the tags in those units, and there was never a NR tag in those units to begin with.

 

 

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