The agfc using the money they've been using to buy more land to hire, train and outfit more WO's to help better enforce all game laws?
Your right about enforcement but those officers cost money.I think we've come to a consensus that enforcement is a problem. Do you see a better solution?
John are we now going to bring hog hunters into the ring?What AGFC needs to do, is through license on dogs.....they should be tested for their obedience and size[12" beagles], and only then should they be allowed to deerhunt. All other dogs, including those trespassing should be out of the woods....including hog dogs! There's just too much leeway for cheating, like having a dead pig in your truck and saying we're hog hunting when in fact you're deer hunting. The idea that enforcement is lax, is the correct one....it's high time that dog deer hunters follow the same kind of rules as the rest of us. Can't you imagine?
Exactly....buying land is still the best investment for the money!:wink:they should keep buying all the land they can. our wma's are getting more crowded every year and we all could use more hunting and fishing places.:biggrin: i would still support a seperate "legacy permit" of $5 that had to be bought with every hunting and fishing license to ONLY be used to purchase more land.