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Man now you hit the nail right on the haid!:up: I would be all over it like a coat of green paint!:razz:Ok, maybe 1/2 was an exaggerated figure.
If I was any closer to there, I'd be all over it. I guess thats good for the folks who can recognize a genuine opportunity, better odds for them.
Ya just hafta take a week of vacation bro, look at the comraderie that you'll have with all them other crazies:biggrin:it'll be like being in boot camp again:fit::fit::up:It just looks to me that they are going way overboard in the rules and regs. Why not just let people apply for a permit and if drawn then hunt, just like it is on every WMA in the state?? If a guy has to work on the day of the "Exams", tough luck.
The shooting proficiency test is something that rubs me wrong, too. How long before we start having a "shooting proficiency test" to buy a hunting license?? Why limit it to people 16 and over?? Shouldn't one aspect of the AGFC be to promote hunting, especially to the youth??
These rules sound more like they were set up by the yankees that live in CV. I hope the AGFC didn't come up with these silly rules.
I'm not 100% sure on this, but I think those are simlar rules to the other urban hunts. Also, I think they're similar rules to organized urban hunts nationwide.These rules sound more like they were set up by the yankees that live in CV. I hope the AGFC didn't come up with these silly rules.
That's why they are having the urban hunt. I hunted CV for years back in the 80's and then they banned hunting. This is the way it always ends up, the do-gooders want hunting banned, then they bellyache when the deer are eating their flowers and gardens, and they start hitting them with their cars. They want it both ways.In fact, since you dont live in CV, if they decide to pass a law banning bowhunting in the city limits, they're vote's worth a whole ton more than yours.
That's funny, the "hammertime" guy my Jonesboro buddy's cousin. Never met the dude, but I hear he's a little crazy.Yeah! Chitlin, I can remember back in the 70's when a certain Grizzly Adams Look'n Walnut Ridge "hammertime" duck guide use to have his entire troop of outlaws in Cherokee Village on opening day. They would turn the dogs lose at eight o'clock and run the roads with their bronco's and CB's and shot everything that moved. It was like something out of Toombstone with the gunplay that went on there.
There are reasons why the citizens of Cherokee Village want such tight restrictions. I'll never hunt there. Have my own land just a few miles south as the crow flies. But I do understand their reasoning.