Yep it’s blatantly obvious Buzz’s only concern is how many tags are in his pocket and the long string of doe antelope and deer, raghorn bull, and cow tags and pics he can post each and every year …not game conservation!
Buzz, why don’t you add up how many Wyo tags you’ve had the past 10 years and let us all know? That’s not enough and never will be enough?
Buzz has no concern about the natural resources end of things in any posts and what is happening to game populations across Wyo…pretty sad!
My guess is that most Wyo res driving down the highways ask themselves what happened to all the antelope and deer? What can be done to bring them back? Pretty sad driving down the highways to a wasteland of nothing put prairie in absolute horrid condition with 0 to a few scattered antelope and deer in miles upon miles of country.
Yep, the timing is right to do the right thing and work directly on making changes in the field that can potentially change the downward trend of what’s happening to Wyo’s deer and antelope!
I can guarantee that this starts with cutting and eliminating doe tags in critical areas! It has nothing to do with 90/10 and limited nonres/res buck quotas!
What a novel idea, use all of that additional nonres license revenue to put directly towards game improvement projects!
Obviously Buzz may not openly say it, but putting more game in the hills is the right thing to do that will ultimately place more doe tags in Buzz’s pocket.
What game improvement projects might those be?
You can spout your bullchit all you want but there isn't jack diddly you can do about long term drought and a bad winter like this.
Can you explain how your game improvement projects would save pronghorn dieing from EHD and the recent outbreak near Pinedale?
Unless you can successfully do a rain dance, vaccinate pronghorn, and buy deer and pronghorn pajamas to keep them warm in severe winters like this, you're just blowing it out of your arse...as always.
Bottom line is lower populations are going to be the new normal. With that, lower quotas and Wyoming hunters are going to ask for less tags for non residents.
For the record, my wife and I buy as many doe pronghorn doe tags as we're allowed to each year and throw them in the trash. Keeps 8 doe pronghorn a year alive and out of the hands of nonresident "freezer fillers". I haven't shot a doe pronghorn in 14 years, but I've bought a shitload of tags in that time.
How many doe tags a year do you buy and throw in the trash Sebastian?