From what I remember out west, the captive deer that got CWD were culled, the ground bleached, and after a few years maybe five, new disease free deer were put back in the deer pens, and they got CWD. So from this it sounds like once the land is contaminated, we are in trouble. Solution, may be kill as many deer as you can, and keep the area killed off, as new deer will also become infected. No way to kill off all the deer, but it could be tried. It will not be done by sharpshooters or regular hunting. My approach would be a total open season in selected CWD areas. No regulations, baiting, roadhunting, spotlights, semiautos, using dogs, what ever. This would not be hunting, but killing, anyway possible. Catch is all deer must be brought in for testing. A five dollar bounty for each deer, and if your deer tests positive, you receive 2500 dollars. This would maybe help keep people from killing deer outside the CWD area. As for the big money, people would concentrate on the CWD areas. Anyone trying to bring in deer from outside of the CWD area, would get jail time, fine and lifetime loss of hunting . I am not a professional, but would do anything to keep CWD from spreading.