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Posted by AkHunter45 on May 05 2006
I think you got the jest of what i was trying to say and your answers are pretty much on the same lines as mine. The "generations" i was referring too was indeed that last 40 years or so, since thats about how long they've been around, excluding aircraft of course. I've seen some pretty destructive things happen to the terrain by susv's, Nodwells, tundra buggies, and other types of orv's. In  y own personal opinion, these vehicles are too big and should have weight restrictions. Limit atv's and orv's to existing trails and creek/riverbeds below the high water mark. I know i'm kind of bouncing around here so bare with me on this. Where do the money's taken from tags, licenese, draw tags, tier II and the governors tag go too? I've heard that the money raised from the gov's tag, which I think was about $150,000 or so, didn't go to Fish and Game but was put in the general fund. IF all this is true then where is Fish and Game getting there money to operate other than what the state has already allocated to them, which i know isn't much? There's some serious cash brought into the mix between residents and nonresidents and it should be given to Fish and Game and the biologists so they can properly do their job. Enlighten us if you could please.

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