I see your point, as there are slobs everywhere. We need to balance all interests.
However, the way it is now there are huge areas in the state that are basically unaccessible to hunt because there is no place to camp and it's realistically too far to drive from where we can camp. Maybe it's designated areas. Maybe it's something else.
Plus landlocked parcels that hunters are getting charged for but can't get to (yet the ranchers and outfitters have access to their own private hunting grounds).
But the way it is now, the ranchers get free reign and the hunters are greatly restricted.
I could say the same thing about rolls of barbed wire, dilapidated windmills, old cars, and tons of trash left on state land by the grazing lessee. There are bad apples on both sides.
I think the key is Garrett is pro hunting. That would be a refreshing change in the SLC position.