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Re: wolves and Wisconsin

Unread postby greenhorndave » Wed Jan 27, 2021 12:25 am

But it looks like a fall draw will still happen if I read it correctly?
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Re: wolves and Wisconsin

Unread postby 1STRANGEWILDERNESS » Wed Jan 27, 2021 12:56 am

Sounds like that tribal member had a lot of clout. This is good and bad I suppose. If his entire tribe does have that belief and always has than they should work with them. I’m really curious about it though. I’ve read several 1st hand accounts of tribes out west who def would not share that belief of wolves. Or at least they didn’t a few hundred years ago when they killed as many as they could.

It would be interesting to me if they talked to the tribe on a broader level than just one guy.

Not to ridicule the guy by any means. Just sparks my curiosity. Many times a single person steps forward to represent people and doesn’t necessarily do so hot. That tribes opinion could be split down the middle..
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Re: wolves and Wisconsin

Unread postby PublicLand » Wed Jan 27, 2021 3:57 am

The loudest ones and decision makers rarely have skin in the game.
As an Our of state guy- it's up to Wisconsin.
As an American - wolves are part of the ecosystem.

Our job is to be good stewards and at a minimum keep animals above endangered.
Counties without room for game have no idea what it's like. Wild and free
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Re: wolves and Wisconsin

Unread postby Jurist » Wed Jan 27, 2021 6:16 am

So the pagan thinks that a wolf is his brother, which shows he is mentally ill, and they cancel a season?

Does he also think that rocks have spirits so there can be no quarry?
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Re: wolves and Wisconsin

Unread postby Bowhunting Brian » Wed Jan 27, 2021 10:05 am

PublicLand wrote:The loudest ones and decision makers rarely have skin in the game.
As an Our of state guy- it's up to Wisconsin.
As an American - wolves are part of the ecosystem.

Our job is to be good stewards and at a minimum keep animals above endangered.
Counties without room for game have no idea what it's like. Wild and free
The Liberal religion is like cancer, and we're eat up with it.
Ship some to suburbia

The species of wolf here is not the same that was once native to the land. That's a problem.
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Re: wolves and Wisconsin

Unread postby Elite » Wed Jan 27, 2021 10:12 am

Couldn't the tribes just not participate?? If the wolf is a "brother" in their culture, they will also be against the fall hunt, am I right?
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Re: wolves and Wisconsin

Unread postby greenhorndave » Wed Jan 27, 2021 10:38 am

What if this Native American dude is just an agitator like that guy banging that tom-tom in front of that high school kid in DC? Meaning, just a tool employed to achieve ends.
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Re: wolves and Wisconsin

Unread postby Jonny » Wed Jan 27, 2021 11:07 am

State should quit stocking walleyes for them to spear and letting them do as they please with no liability for their actions. Stupid we just take it dry and ignore real issues because someone is offended.
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Re: wolves and Wisconsin

Unread postby PublicLand » Wed Jan 27, 2021 11:16 am

Indians agree with abortion ? I don't. Equality
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Re: wolves and Wisconsin

Unread postby Dhoff » Wed Jan 27, 2021 3:20 pm

greenhorndave wrote:What if this Native American dude is just an agitator like that guy banging that tom-tom in front of that high school kid in DC? Meaning, just a tool employed to achieve ends.

I agree with that
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Re: wolves and Wisconsin

Unread postby Buckbreath » Fri Jan 29, 2021 10:23 am

To some Native American's that live in Wisconsin(I personally know a lot and am friends with a bunch), the black bear is also a sacred animal. However, Natives get a bear kill tag every year and if they harvest one, they haul it to the reservation to register it and immediately get handed another tag. The zone I live in requires anywhere from 5-8 preference points to draw a tag for the general public.
The lands and the waters and the game is also all sacred. It would be interesting to see a unbiased poll on how ENTIRE Indian nation feels on a wolf season.


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