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Offline chris338378

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Pheasant permit
« on: Mar 29, 17, 09:45:21 AM »
Well the green goofs strike again with their greed.  For those that are unaware they passed the pheasant permit and if you want to hunt a pheasant, even if you stock them on your own property at your expense, you're going to have to buy their $25 pheasant permit.  This applies to all hunters including hunters who have a senior lifetime license and the only exception is for junior hunters.   Oh and they're going to keep putting out pheasants for the mentored youth hunting days for free.  I guess it doesn't cost anything to raise or stock a pheasant for the mentored youth hunting days or junior hunters.  These clowns need to go!

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Re: Pheasant permit
« Reply #1 on: Mar 29, 17, 02:18:20 PM »
Well the green goofs strike again with their greed.  For those that are unaware they passed the pheasant permit and if you want to hunt a pheasant, even if you stock them on your own property at your expense, you're going to have to buy their $25 pheasant permit.  This applies to all hunters including hunters who have a senior lifetime license and the only exception is for junior hunters.   Oh and they're going to keep putting out pheasants for the mentored youth hunting days for free.  I guess it doesn't cost anything to raise or stock a pheasant for the mentored youth hunting days or junior hunters.  These clowns need to go!
are they going to keep the 2 pheasant farms open they were talking about closing last season?? if so I'm not worried about the 25 bucks!!

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Re: Pheasant permit
« Reply #2 on: Mar 29, 17, 04:47:27 PM »
From what I've read they're still closing them.  And if that's not bad enough they're screwing the people who have senior lifetime licenses by making them have to buy the permit every year even though when they bought their lifetime licenses pheasants and all the other small game was included.  Now if that doesn't p*ss you off they also just signed a multi-million dollar deal to allow a company to come in and take the remaining coal off the game lands.  Their greed knows no bounds.

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Re: Pheasant permit
« Reply #3 on: Mar 30, 17, 05:48:08 PM »
so all the money for the gas leases and now the coal money they still want to close the 2 farm!! gotta love the state game commission

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Re: Pheasant permit
« Reply #4 on: Mar 30, 17, 07:14:44 PM »
First they all but destroyed the deer herd with the bright ideas of Gary Alt wanting to kill off tons of does then they started all this mentored youth hunting, and now the pheasant permit and wanting to add an early bear season and lengthen the archery season.  I laugh at all the pictures of these little kids, ten years old and younger, with these monster bucks they supposedly shot.  Bull crap!  There was one recently of this seven year old girl who supposedly shot a monster ten pointer with a crossbow which was hilarious because there's no way on Gods green earth that she could've shot it because she's so small there's no way she could even see anything through the scope other than a black spot.  The greed commission as many of us call them are just like the great governor we have, they try to get every penny out of you they can.  The only loyalty they have is to the money.

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Re: Pheasant permit
« Reply #5 on: Jun 26, 17, 02:19:41 PM »
I just got back from buying my hunting license and asked the salesman if anyone bought the pheasant permit yet, the guy's answer was priceless......he busted out laughing and said out of the 2,000 licenses he sold so far no one bought it. 

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Re: Pheasant permit
« Reply #6 on: Jun 27, 17, 06:50:40 PM »
I just got back from buying my hunting license and asked the salesman if anyone bought the pheasant permit yet, the guy's answer was priceless......he busted out laughing and said out of the 2,000 licenses he sold so far no one bought it.
my father and myself are going to buy it.. I know 2 other guys that did already... I already pay 101 as a non to hunt there might as well pay 25 more to continue to hunt it