No way. We've got plenty of room for everybody. My reason for hunting is not simply to kill birds. If that's all I wanted, I'd probably work in a slaughterhouse. I go hunting for many reasons, including to challenge myself, explore new areas, learn new things, and enjoy the outdoors. One thing I really love about hunting is the freedom I have to find what's out there and be rewarded for my effort.What's your thoughts?
there are places like that. They are called duck clubs. People can pay for that kind of experience.There should be places that you can hunt anytime, but there should be a few areas where people are limited.
An idea would be to create a few zones with optimal habitat that could be these limited entry draw areas.
Yes, but wouldn't it be better to have a public land draw for ducks.there are places like that. They are called duck clubs. People can pay for that kind of experience.
Move to California, then you can have all the draw blinds you want, you probably won't hunt that much. Or hunt somewhere else besides FB, it's FB for Christ Sakes what do you expect?Yes, but wouldn't it be better to have a public land draw for ducks.there are places like that. They are called duck clubs. People can pay for that kind of experience.
The app fees could go to fighting the phrag and building islands with vegetation.
The hunt an would be an opportunity to have your own pond on a weekend, not having pass shooters shoot at ducks or geese that are 150 yards in the air, not having to hike through hell and phrag to get away from those folk, not worrying about a boat driving through the area at 10 minutes to shooting light, not having people hunt over your decoys, etc.
It sounds like it may be something worth looking into, but I think it would be better to leave the WMA's alone and create a series of ponds in areas away from the other WMA's to create a unique experience.
I imagine, this is not going to be popular, but just take it as my opinion and not anything derived from a radical wildlife group trying to suck money away from hunters and not giving much back to wildlife.