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    SSS, especially the last S, as our Fish & Game works with the HSUS and loves treating hunters as criminals. Been hunting this state for over 30 years, F & G has yet to stand WITH the hunting public on anything of this nature, expect this trend to continue.

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    CA is a predator friendly state in more ways then just wolfs and cats. even if kids where killed by wolfs or cats it would be blamed on hunters for killing all the deer. this is the end game if the deer population is reduced they will be protected and no more hunting HSUS wins
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    Washington isnt far behind. They put alot of restrictions on cat hunting and when they were given the green light to manage wolves in the eastern part of the state when they were delisted in Idaho they went and declared them endangered within the state....... Also talked to someone recently who believes wolves were secretly released in a wildlife refuge about 50 miles from here.
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    Was California in the wolves original range. If so then there is their excuse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quicknick View Post
    Was California in the wolves original range. If so then there is their excuse.
    I'm pretty sure there were wolves there and grizzlies too, they are on the state flag. Hell maybe they will stock some grizzs too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BossBrott View Post
    SSS, especially the last S, as our Fish & Game works with the HSUS and loves treating hunters as criminals. Been hunting this state for over 30 years, F & G has yet to stand WITH the hunting public on anything of this nature, expect this trend to continue.
    Generally I agree with this but in this case DFW did not believe the wolf should be listed and stated that publicly which actually surprised me. It was the Fish and Wildlife Commission that made the decision and they consist of political appointees that are choosen by the Governor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    I'm pretty sure there were wolves there and grizzlies too, they are on the state flag. Hell maybe they will stock some grizzs too!
    We might as well. Then all the predators can hunt each other when there's no more deer or elk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by packer58 View Post
    Thanks Oregon for letting OR7 get across the border in the first place !!!!
    Unfortunately WA, OR and CA are the LEFT coast and it will take a miracle for any reasonable management strategy to ever be put into place.
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    I believe OR-7 is a wolf from Canada/Yukon/Alaska. Which is a much different wolf than originally ran around here. I think the last one was killed in Trinity county in 1924; correct me if I'm wrong. The original grizzly here was also not as big as the Alaskan brown bear, but that wouldn't stop these loons here from trying to introduce them here. If your kids get eaten it is your fault.
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    I knew about the grizzlies. I am originally from San Luis Obispo area and theres tons of stories about grizzlies eating the people that worked at the mission there lol.

    I googled the wolf issue and realized that there is a california wolf center....REALLY! One wolf visits the state for a couple weeks and people start up a california wolf center. Seems a little extreme with no solid population of WOLVES.

 

 

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