Well, what's the game plan boyz............

Discussion in 'Kansas Flyway Forum' started by golden boy, Mar 23, 2021.

  1. Tuleman

    Tuleman Elite Refuge Member

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    Regardless of how you NR's feel, or what you post on this forum, new regulations restricting hunter use of several public marshes have already started becoming effective.
    It is only the beginning and not many are going to like how it ends up.

    Reducing bag limits is the only measure that has minimal impact on yours and my freedoms to hunt where, how, and when we like, and yet still will reduce hunter hours in the marshes and fields of Kansas.
     
  2. Tuleman

    Tuleman Elite Refuge Member

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    Only an unreasonable person believes we can reduce hunter pressure without reducing the number of hunters using Kansas' fields and marshes.
    A reasonable person wants to see a reduction in hunters in the marshes and fields, regardless of where those hunters call home.
    No reduction of hunter pressure is possible without it.

    How would a reduction in bag limits equate to personal gain for me, without being personal gain for every other hunter on Kansas' marshes and fields at the same time?
     
  3. golden boy

    golden boy Elite Refuge Member

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    First week of June and it’s over 100 degrees in North Dakota. Get ready for lower limits, can you spell D-R-O-U-
     
  4. Tuleman

    Tuleman Elite Refuge Member

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    It's certainly possible....
     
  5. pluffmud

    pluffmud Senior Refuge Member

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    I just like that you finally agree.
     
  6. kansascutter

    kansascutter Senior Refuge Member

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    :l:l:l
     
  7. JP

    JP Elite Refuge Member

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  8. Scal les

    Scal les Senior Refuge Member

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    Watch out tuleman is posting on California threads we got a Democrat govenor, you guys got a chick Democrat govenor chit going to get ugly lol
     
  9. golden boy

    golden boy Elite Refuge Member

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    8 hr warning, who is going to watch it live????

    During the evening public hearing session, Stuart Schrag, KDWPT Public Lands division director, will recommend regulations designed to manage hunter densities on some public waterfowl areas. Commissioners will be asked to vote on the proposal. Proposed regulations include:

    Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Area

    • Boats with motors will not be allowed in pool 3A.
    • All boats will be limited to speeds that do not leave a visible wake.
    • Boats with motors will not be allowed on the water in Pool 4A after 1 p.m.
    • Pool 4B will be “Youth Only” during the Youth/Military weekend.
    McPherson Valley Wetlands Wildlife Area

    • Motorized boats will be prohibited in all pools.
    • The Big Basin Unit will be designated as “Youth Only” during the Youth/Military season.
    Neosho Wildlife Area

    • Hunters will not be able to access the water before 5 a.m. and must be out of hunting areas an hour after sunset.
     
  10. Ramblingman

    Ramblingman Elite Refuge Member

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    I sent more correspondence. I have commitments tonight. I voiced concerns and suggestions to further reduce hunter pressure and density. We shall see.
     

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