Second that quote for me!Or thin out the non native herd that is moving in.
I agree, mostly becasue I like buffalo meat. That would be awsome to hike off the hill with a big azz buffalo head on your back.I think they are fair game if they are on public land. They are not considered wildlife so in my mind they fall in the same category as feral swine. Shoot em!
That is probably good advice even though it goes against what I think is right. If anybody should be getting a ticket it is the dipstick that turned the things loose or can't keep them contained.I'd love to agree with you and walk off with an overloaded freezer, but that's not what the locals and the local law enforcement are saying, so steady. Someone did shoot one once, and left the scene. There was a huge uproar. Don't think they got caught but if they had they would have apparently been prosecuted. I guess you have to have a tag
Agreed, we deal with two neighboring 'ranchers' cattle who regularly get on our property and destroy my Dad's garden and our wildlife food plots. We're talking 400 acres of prime whitetail habitat my Dad purchased solely for deer hunting. These cattle roam through, upsetting our hunting, and the 'ranchers' are completely unapologetic. We have been more than friendly, even electric-fencing our soybean plot, just to keep cattle out to maintain the peace. Pretty soon, my patience will wear thin, and an arrow may be launched.That is probably good advice even though it goes against what I think is right. If anybody should be getting a ticket it is the dipstick that turned the things loose or can't keep them contained.