>Actually Vanilla, the guide book did
>have the wrong information.
>That's where everything started. He
>checked the guidebook before he
>went hunting. Don't let
>the facts get in the
>way of a bunch of
>teenage girls and an internet
>"But weíve been down this road
>before and donít need to
>THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT I WAS TELLING
>ROBILAND! You two keep
Ummmmmmm, as the one guy here who ACTUALLY TALKED TO THE BIOLOGIST in Price, ill point out the obvious.
If, as Tri claims, WLH checked the guide book and then went hunting, WHY DID HE CALL THE PRICE OFFICE? Afterall the guide book that WLH checked said he was good to go, seems strange you would tgen call the office, in the wrong region, and talk to a biologist WHO WASNT involved in big game.
I agree with Tri though. I believe 100% WLH checked it. They saw that misprint/no print and knew 100% they could claim a technicality. I don't think WLH was stupid at all.
Neither did the 2 other offices I talked to trying to find out who "have him permission".
So folks seem to have reputations in various field offices.
From the party of HUNTIN, FISHIN, PUBLIC LAND.