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That's great, Dave.
Posted by martentrapper on May 06 2006
What's too bad about it, Dave? Shouldn't every rural family have 20 or so miles of river all to themselves? Why should any rural resident family have to actually SHARE the country around them with someone else?
I say let's give all rural residents that want to harvest wild animals for meat their own private little hunting reserve. I'm a subsistence user. Kinda enjoy hunting and the subsistence stuff. Where do I sign up for this "protected" hunting area like the folks on the Kandik?
Hey Rutting moose.......where do you live? Are you "urban" Too bad if you are.......only us rural folks can hunt out here anymore.

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