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THis is a sickness and everyone should be mad about it...

Here's what those conserving rednecks who save our wildlife by hunting in the northern Rockies entertain themselves:

(http://www.monstermuleys.info/dcforum/DCForumID9/3686.html#.URLcxmfkKRM)

“Cache County Coyote Contest”

"Cache County Coyote Contest
4 Tagged Coyotes worth $1000 a piece
$4000 in Guaranteed Payouts"

$1000 Sponsors
Mule Deer Foundation
Steve Sorensen Antler Buying
Sportsman for Fish and Wildlife
Critterlick Big Game Attractant

We as sportsman are in the field year-round and see the affects coyotes have on our deer herds first-hand. We see the amount of deer they kill and want to do something about it.

Four coyotes have been ear tagged and released in different wintering grounds and fawning areas around Cache County. If you trap or shoot an ear tagged coyote, on or before December 31, 2013, you will be paid a $1000. Any of the tagged coyotes not taken by December 31, 2013, will go into our drawing and will be awarded to a registered coyote. Be sure to register your coyotes as they may be worth $1000 if no ear tagged coyotes are taken.

Cost is $20 per person to register an unlimited amount of coyotes. Each coyote registered gives you one chance in the drawing. Registrations must be made on, or before, December 31, 2013. If you do not register your coyotes, you will not be eligible for any of the prizes in the drawing or any untaken, $1000 coyotes. All you need is the coyote’s nose to register.

Eleven other prizes to be given away in the drawing are:
•Three 1-year memberships to Mule Deer Foundation
•$100 in big game attractant from Critterlick
•Custom muzzle break from Ak Gunsmithing Wellsville, UT
•Free alignment & tire rotation from Hyrum Tire
•Three 1-year memberships to Sportsman for Fish and Wildlife
•Two $100 Cal Ranch gift cards donated by Goring Sheep Ranch

All coyotes that are registered must be killed in Cache County. Participants must obey all Federal and Utah State laws.

We would love to see your Cache County coyote hunting pictures. Please send them to cachecountycoyotes@gmail.com


This is something that is often supported by Cabelas and other sporting/hunting retailers.

Everyone should know that this stuff happens regularly, in this case it's a year-long contest. These events are common in Utah, Wyoming, Idaho, Colorado and Montana and probably other states as well.

Interesting multi-issue/topic exposee/FYI article that covers several bases in 1

I received this from a dear friend who is neck deep in this part of our world, I am only knee deep...

This article is a must read and I endorse what it says. It is one thing to want to hunt wolves legally, but the people and organizations mentioned in this piece are hateful people who belong to hate groups and I hope we are all smart enough to see through the vitriol they spew.

I think that state and federal wildlife managers should take these people seriously and understand that they are attempting to influence natural resource agencies. In some cases this has already happened - and in some cases it's the legislatures they have influenced. We may soon see that fish and game agencies and commissions are dismissed from decision-making. The lawmakers will do it for them.


This is the one i was telling you about. There are links wherever you
see different colored type within the story. Also, the red, white and
blue guy is Scott Rockholm... (a very vocal individual from the freeper world).




http://www.cascwild.org/identifying-and-dealing-with-the-anti-wolf-forces-pg-13/



It must be said that there are several issues involved but this does a good job of tying together a lot of complaints made individually about the subject matter that goes way beyond the main topic and covers a number of ills in our social makeup. Most will be able to connect the dots, if you will. (I'll cross post this on Env & Energy forum.)

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