Elite Refuge Member
- Jun 14, 2002
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Kirk ma be a part of the past and in my opinion that's a good thing. His illreguard for his fellow hunters has prceededhim not many care for him good caller or not. Hunter ediquet goes along way in public hunting your hunt depends on how the people around you feel about you and how conciderate you are on them. Some of these young hunters that there father's have failed on teaching them respect for others. Earned or not it is still a requirment among gentlman. George Cochran could learn from this too. Just not likely. He played a big part in turning government cypress to walk in only which has stopped access to to older and disabled hunters which pay taxes just like the rest of use. Game and fish has set themselves up for a lawsuit an some one will eventually persue it strongly and won't back down.
I had to read this about 5 times to actually decipher what it said.
Like it or not, there's no basis for a lawsuit over government cypress being a walk-in area. Walk in areas are common across WMAs for various purposes.