Re: CWD and transporting your deer harvest
I knew when the order came out it was going to be a give and take. Since I was in the heart of it I was not going to be the an example made out of. That is why I took the time and started making calls. I should of knew better any time you call an agency and they have to ask someone or keep transferring you there is a glitch. I have learned belonging to many organization's communication is very important. After I got it down I could make it work and had it better than many other nr's or residents that was actually now a nr hunting this area. My big question was a large track of state forest sitting just inside Pa. that borders Md.. Its hosts many hunters from Md., W.Va, Va., and many Pa. residents from out of the area. At 4:00 pm a hunter harvests a deer what are they supposed to do. No dumpster close fo disposal if he cleaned it in woods. Closest butcher shop 25 miles away on back roads most residents could find. It created a big problem and I knew several people said the heck with it and took them home. Maryland had this problem few years ago at Green Ridge State Forest. Our DNR erected a lean 2 that you could go and skin your deer and cut up. They had a dumpster for parts than had a devise to burn the parts. With 13000 special tags just for this area, netting $84,500.00 payed straight to PGC they could of done a better job.