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Bubba Hunt

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Posted on Wednesday, February 23, 2005 - 10:52 pm:   

BC, It makes me sick to see how the
Tree-Huggers" manage to lock up so much PUBLIC land for habitat.It is a part of the "ANTI's who want to lock EVERYTHING up. I used to think it was all done by the polititions, but I have come to realize that most of it is done by those little sneaky gov. workers sitting in their little sneaky offices. I really don't want to point fingers at them because a lot of them are doing a good job, but those in the Land Management and Fish and Game positions are making laws that affect every sportsman. They seldom, if ever, bring these "lock-up" programs up for a public vote. Actually they never seem to mention it until we find those gates locked and "Wildlife Habitat" written on the KEEP OUT signs.
I am a former member of the Alaska Fish and Game Advisory Board. We never done that up here, and our "rule changes" were done in public meetings.
Some of those pot-smokers with the little round glasses have made it into positions where they can make rules. I wish I had answers to what all to do to take back our land.I guess try to vote for those who support the sportsman. This year is going to be critical.
This board could have a very LOUD voice if it would get everyone together and fight this thing.There is a bunch of us out there who are very disappointed in the way that we get pinched off. There are a bunch of snow machine,aatv and outdoorsman who being discriminated against. It won't be long before we will be running around in circles on little paved tracks with fences around them.It was said that "All it takes for Evil to prevail, is for good men to do NOTHING"!
I think it is time for us "sportsmen" to get off of our soft aatv seats, and get together and fight for our rights as Americans. If we don't, we just as well sell our machines and get a little go-cart, because we will be in there with them running in those little circles wondering where it all went.Sorry for the steam blow, but this whole thing chafes my butt.
Bubba, shadowmountainoutdoors.com