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Posted by martentrapper on Apr 26 2006
What's the problem? Are the Deltaites shooting every last bird before it gets to Fbks? Do we have any species being hunted that are on the endangered list?
Seems that there are now spring waterfowl seasons in certain areas of the lower 48, to combat overpopulation of snow geese on Canadian nesting grounds. Why shouldn't there be a spring season here?
If your just unhappy cuz you don't get to play..........move to Delta.

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