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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy View Post
    I personally think its a stupid law. -G
    Agreed….still killed my ram in Unit 5 abiding by it though
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    If Wyoming went to Landowner Vouchers the cost to hunt guided would almost double and the access to private land, aka Walk in Areas would shrink out of sight. But that's the trade off we get to live with for the Wilderness law in WY, from what I understand. -G
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    Sure the NR Wilderness is strictly an outfitter subsidy and if I was a resident I would want it to stay like it is to reduce hunter number in an area like it surely does. As a NR it sucks, but it is what it is and since we can;t vote in WY it will never change!

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    Good on ya, UH. I'm very impressed. I have seen some good rams in there over the years and not all of them are in the Wilderness. -G
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    Thanks for joining in on the conversation guys we have a little filming to go take care of. Click on the picture above to sign BHA's Sportsman's Pledge. It is well worth the time and effort to go over there and support the effort to keep our Public Lands open to the Public!

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    Thanks for chatting fellas'. Great debate and very important issue. Have a good weekend. -G
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    Thanks for chatting fellas'. Great debate and very important issue. Have a good weekend. -G
    Thanks Guy and Scott.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy View Post
    I would venture to say that most of the WY residents absolutely love that law. And for that reason alone, I doubt it will change any time soon. -G
    It should, it seems unfair to nonresidents who are not normally represented in any meetings, some say its unconstitutional to charge and have a different quotas for non residents.

    If they are worried for our safety, maybe put on a mandatory class for individuals that want to hunt the wilderness.

    Guides association would fight that to the end!

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    Thanks for bringing this topic up. I don't like polotics but I have to get involved to try and keep things right.

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    Thanks guys!

 

 

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