As far as it goes.
The only check stations that will be available would be for for testing perhaps?,where I do not know?
I know that when I take my deer to be processed they can have it checked there if I want to.
I am sure that all the deer in my property does not have it,and told them that from the getgo.
They came out to do there survey the year before last to see if they could find CWD here.
They also said they only shot 5 or 6 deer,the owner got a letter from the DNR saying that there final result was 15 deer killed and tested.no cwd.
This really has no signifigance to us on saving any money on deer tags or license or even a place to hunt,lease,or check in my deer really.
I do however wonder why this is such a big deal to go about saving money for the dnr.
Will this make it so that they can roam around during archery season and check people in there property for tags or licenses more often?
What are they gonna do with all this spare time?Build a park?
I think that they should really consider opening up the parks for archery season for a fee if they want to make even some more money,and who don't?
Instead of trying to save it by leaving it wide open to having deer not being checked in,after all,there are more deer in the parks than anywhere I know of to hunt.
A signifigance of management for all wildlife species is never considered ere in winn.,I know the deer are so thick in some parks due to all the subdivisions going up that they deer don't have much a choice of where to go.The winn. board made them decisions for development without any consideration for anything but more money for property taxes.
Who on the board said you can't hunt in city limits?pretty soon all of it will be city limits.
A decision that soley is made by the board to say the least of what does get built or located for development.they don't ask the DNR if the building a 3 lane highway and 7 subdivisions on a certain 500 acre wooded area would affect a deer or turkey population or even a bug population...They want walmart shopping close to home.
Then the Dnr can relocate hundreds of turkeys all over the place due to numbers being so high in the parks?,why is it any different with deer management is the question.
I seldom think that the broad picture of what does save the dnr money doesn't...
This is really funny, how come every county around us,or next to us seems to think of ways of making deer or wildlife managemnt or even hunting better except Winn.county.I think of what the county does for the DNR is avoid them as much as possible.
They obviously don't need checkstations....
It is the facts that this is about making money,not saving it,and as for who gets the money?.... is the question? If ya ask me,of course anyone who is making the money off development would see or understand no signifigance in this matter and would tend to dissagree or vote against hunting or managing it for wildlife,because it is not a matter of wildlife management,but how to make even more money.
The state made the decisions to remove all checkstations for deer this year perhaps due to what,insufficeint funding?
Why not,there too busy making parks and wildlife management areas around here for sure.
Checkstations are like wildlife management areas,who needs em'
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