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Old 07-24-2014, 06:14 PM
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Twra's theory of what works in other states won't work here is absurd. That's their excuse for the backward, hillbilly satisfying, way they run the management of our resources....take some pointers from other states where things are on the up and up. Also learn from the states who are struggling as well....
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Old 07-24-2014, 07:22 PM
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Twra's theory of what works in other states won't work here is absurd. That's their excuse for the backward, hillbilly satisfying, way they run the management of our resources....take some pointers from other states where things are on the up and up. Also learn from the states who are struggling as well....
If people would open their eyes and realize how screwed up TWRa is, they would be outraged. Instead, far too many license holders wander blindly forward believing everything they're told or that things are the best they can possibly be.


This agency and individuals who are tasked with managing our cold water rivers think its a great use of money and resources stocking Trout into the Pigeon River right now with temps exceeding 70 degrees. The fish literally last a few days before they're dead.

The people I mentioned by name in earlier posts directly oversee this brilliant decision and obviously support it. Sadly this is just one of hundreds of poor decisions made each year.
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