I spoke with a Warden in February about these areas. He flat out said its infested with lion and causing major problems. I've been trying to plan an extended trip up that way with the hounds to see if I can't chip away at the problem. I've hunted deer and birds in these areas at one time or another, saw the signs all over. Only place I've ever seen bobcat (3) hanging out in broad daylight. Beautiful country that used to be the tops for B&C deer.
Exactly the area I've been looking at, I've spent a lot more time on the east side of 447 and north. Never being there I've been trying to narrow down some decent areas that would be conducive to lion hunting, access, feed, water and cover. Mind if I pick your brain a little?
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Here is part one on page 17 of the online magazine.
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Very interesting to see the difference between what NDOW is publishing about the study and this guy's insight into the same program...
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Thanks for sharing feather. This is beyond astonishing and as a NV hunter this sickens me. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure this stuff out. I would love to hear what NDOW has to say about this specific article written by such a credible source. This needs to be read by every NV hunter and pressure needs to be brought on NDOW. 014 is and always has been my first pick when putting in for deer and I have spent many seasons hunting the granites, it is amazing the change this has made and I am thankful for it. Have you read part 2 feather? If so can you give a quick rundown? I don't subscribe to Muley Crazy but I may now that they published this article.
Feather.... Crackin me up!