Just Realized

Discussion in 'Arkansas Flyway Forum' started by In Close, Jan 13, 2017.

  1. In Close

    In Close Elite Refuge Member

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    You have to sign and/or carry more documents to hunt Bayou Meto than is required to file your State and Federal Income Taxes...smdh. :reader :doh :z :scratch

    Hunting License
    Hunter Ed Card
    State Stamp
    Fed Stamp
    Sweet 16 Permit
    General Use Permit

    #overregulated #gettingoutofhand #15shellsor15permits
     
  2. CookMan

    CookMan Elite Refuge Member

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    AND you got to pay to hunt- buy the management area stamp!
     
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  3. TheDuckSlayer

    TheDuckSlayer Elite Refuge Member

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    Ah thank God for the Internet, takes maybe 5 or 10 minutes to get all of them, except hunters Ed of course. AGFC even offers the federal stamp online- only state I've hunted in that does it.
     
  4. Hugatree

    Hugatree Elite Refuge Member

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    Then you get to argue with the person who is upset you got to where they were headed first. Congrats this out of stater is leaving for greener pastures. Wait until the some timber is cut this year. Sad deal. I walked it this morning. Every tree is either dead or dying. The face of some areas is about to change. Soon to be the most regulated, contentious buck brush hunting venue in the world.
     
  5. CookMan

    CookMan Elite Refuge Member

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    South Dakota, Wyoming, North Dakota all offer "on the line" everytrhing.
     
  6. MALLARD MAGICIAN

    MALLARD MAGICIAN Elite Refuge Member

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    All trees are either dead or dying...like all living things tomorrow is one day closer to the last...so thanks for observing the obvious! :D

    jk... sadly your probably right.
     
  7. Hugatree

    Hugatree Elite Refuge Member

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    My father was a registered forester in AR for a long time. You're right the trees in many areas are dead in the tops------" they gone ". Heard a huge one fall near us this week. Scared the urine out of us. Thought someone had fallen and their gun went off before daylight. Lest anyone get caught up in any conspiracy theories, selective cutting and a good clean up of the area may save some of the trees. Otherwise, the whole stand is going to crater. I've been watching it happen for 10 years.
     
  8. JHerr

    JHerr Elite Refuge Member

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    What you reckon the age of those trees?
     
  9. stevena198301

    stevena198301 Elite Refuge Member

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    Anyone think it might have something to do with them being flooded for 4 months out of the year? That ain't really a "natural" state for an oak... I know they go dormant, but doesn't seem like it would be good for them, year after year. Just a theory... I don't possess any evidence to support it.
     
  10. Hugatree

    Hugatree Elite Refuge Member

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    They cannot take hot water for sure.
     

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