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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-27-2012, 11:09 PM Thread Starter
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anyone read the letter to the editor where the guy in sullivan county had his beagle get caught in a trap. wow!he wants the game commission to close trapping season for a week so dogs don't get caught in snowshoe hare season.what a joke. the nerve of some people!
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-27-2012, 11:17 PM
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Yeah, I read that today. Not all beaglers think that way.

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Yeah, I read that today. Not all beaglers think that way.
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I've had my beagle caught and most of my friends have had they're dog caught at some point. None of us would ever think that way.. Only thing we complain about is when junk traps turn into "cutters".. Closing trapping is just nonsense.. Also, I've experimented with my beagle, he won't give most gland lures a second sniff. It's the bait that he wants to roll in!! lol

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post #4 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-28-2012, 03:00 AM
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iv cought one beagle and a lab neither were harmed. after talking with the guys i went and marked all my sets to b a nice guy just to turn around and have 6 sets dug up and 2 traps stolen. im sure it wasnt the guys i talked to they live in the area and thanked me for marking them.i try to inform any body i run in to out in the woods what im doing were my sets r just to b nice. during the coyote hunt had a catch stolen from me and traps messed with so maybe they should hold off till trapping seasons over to hold them.aint going to happen its sad the few punish the many. i will mark my sets agen next yr for the law abiding sportsmen in my area because i dont want to catch there dogs and we all have the rights to persue our sport of choice,
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Yep and sent my own letter to the editor. I know not every person who hunts with dogs thinks that way. I'm not a pro but 10 sets for a bobcat to me means he set on every bit of sign he could find. Then you got the guy mad about fishers. I'm mad to I'd like a longer season lol.

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I read that letter also. The last thing in the world I would have happen is to catch somebody's dog but when you have seasons together like that, it may happen. The fact that he wanted trapping to stop for that week was a bit of a joke because if that week closes then you would have to close for small game season and on and on and on......

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The "ME" generation is growing up. They've spent a <span style="font-style: italic">long</span> time incubating their heads up their own arses and they're finally hatching these ideas that revolve around themselves.

<span style="font-weight: bold">Put signs out warning others?</span> Yeah....how bout the sign telling you what SGL or SF you're on? There's your sign! Not everyone is a Beagler, not everyone is a trapper, not everyone is an archer, not everyone is a flinter. Squirrel, Turkeys, Rabbit or Deer.....we're all hunters. Get to know what seasons are in and deal with it you big babies! <span style="font-weight: bold">Dear <span style="text-decoration: underline">God</span></span>, John Wayne is laughing at today's "men." Whatta buncha Creampuffs!

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The "ME" generation is growing up. They've spent a long time incubating their heads up their own arses and they're finally hatching these ideas that revolve around themselves.

Put signs out warning others? Yeah....how bout the sign telling you what SGL or SF you're on? There's your sign! Not everyone is a Beagler, not everyone is a trapper, not everyone is an archer, not everyone is a flinter. Squirrel, Turkeys, Rabbit or Deer.....we're all hunters. Get to know what seasons are in and deal with it you big babies! Dear God, John Wayne is laughing at today's "men." Whatta buncha Creampuffs!
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