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For the last half of the 20th century Pittman-Robertson and Dingell-Johnson excise taxes on anus, ammunition and fishing tackle were a model conservation management program for the world. Last spring at an international meeting in Nairobi when the French speaking African nations asked for help to establish a similar program, the US delegation was silent.

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It's about as simple as it can be. Any loss of land is a loss of hunting opportunity. Losing the land can happen in many ways such as wilderness or simply declaring an area roadless and creating a national monument. These are the ways the federal government can prevent you from getting into your favorite hunting areas. This is a federal issue and only your four representatives in Washington can help you in this cause.

'00 Sep 30

EDITORIAL

Written by Cecil Fredi
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How important is the second amendment?

This is a very important election year. Many people vote on a single issue. To them, that issue is quite possibly the only reason they are voting. Let's talk about some issues and just how important they are. This election season education is the hot topic. It is very important for the future of our nation relies on the youth of today. Crime was the hot issue for marry years during campaign season. Social Security and many health care topics are also kicked around by people seeking office. Let's look at the big picture. Let's talk about how important the second amendment is. the amendment that is the right of people to keep and bear arms. The Second Amendment was not put into the Constitution for duck hunters. Seasons, dates and bag limits did not exist when the Second Amendment was written. Our forefathers had just defeated government oppression. And to ensure government tyranny did not occur again, the second amendment was written into the Constitution. With that said, let's look at what would happen if you had government tyranny. If education was why you voted, you would not have any choice. The government would completely dominate how children would be educated or not educated. Social security would probably be nonexistent. Do you really think the government is going to give out any entitlements? Think about it. When government has complete control, it is not government by the people, for the people as our forefathers wanted. For this reason, protecting the second amendment is the single most important reason to vote for or against a candidate.

By Cecil Fredi, HUNTER'S ALERT

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Well, it had no effect on former governor Bob Miller, former NDOW administrator Willie Molini and former Wildlife Commission chairman Mahlon Brown. Even today, Wildlife commissioners Jelindo Tiberti and NDOW administrator Terry Crawforth refuse to implement any type of predator management for our deer herds. They are a disgrace to the sportsmen and the natural resource they were supposed to manage. They should all hang their heads in shame for the way they have managed our game.

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Sportsmen in the state of Nevada have no better friend in the legislature than Ann O'Connell. She has always been willing to put on the gloves and fight for sportsmen's issues. Forget about politics, forget about ducking hot issues, forget about being politically correct. These are all things that Senator Ann O'Connell doesn't worry about. For many years, she has done what is best for the natural resource and the sportsmen of this state.

'00 Sep 30

The Truth Be Known

Written by Cliff Gardner
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The disinformation and outright lies coming forth from various agency employees is appalling. In an Elko Daily Free Press article dated March 6. 1997, it was reported that Larry Gilbertson. NDOW supervising game biologist for Region II. told the Elko County Game Board that in 1988 hunters bagged 18.901 bucks in Nevada, the highest ever.

'00 May 31

Think About It

Written by Hunters Alert
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When you remove the cattle from the land, which is what the environmentalists want, the grass grows. When there is a lot of grass, especially dead grass, it is easier for a wild fire to start. Simply put, no cows, more grass, more fires. Haven t we had a lot more fires in recent years? Shouldn’t some of the blame for all these wild fires be attributed to the cattle-free greenies who want to protect the forest?

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We read with interest every issue of Hunter s Alert as my wife and I are long time avid deer hunters in northeastern Nevada. I must say that we are also disgusted with the downward spiral NDOW has been in for at least the past ten years to the gross detriment of especially the magnificent deer herds in our part of Nevada. Living at the base of the Ruby Mountains this past ten years, winter ranging deer spend nearly six months physically in our yard at the house, light and heavy winters. This up close daily living among the deer at close range has revealed many details to us that few hunters and apparently no NDOW biologists, or Carson City appointees have opportunity to learn about these mule deer.

'00 May 31

Another NDOW Survey

Written by Hunters Alert
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Surveys are compiled for many reasons and much can be learned from them. NDOW did a survey in 1994. The results of this survey were compiled by NDOW. Of course, the results of this survey were never made public. One can only assume that there were more negative comments than positive about NDOW so the results were never released.

'00 May 31

More Good News!

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Pete Morros, director of Conservation and Natural Resources has announced his resignation effective August 1, 2000. This is a person who had been in government much too long. (38 years)

We informed our readers in the Summer, 1999 issue how Pete Morros neglected sportsmen for years. We also told you in our last issue how bad Pete Morros was as illustrated by direct quotes from the July, 1999 Wildlife Commission meeting.

Let’s not overlook the fact that not one sportsmen s organization in the state wanted Terry Crawforth appointed as administrator. Pete Morros chose to ignore this and appoint him anyway. By the way, Terry Crawforth has had the job for two years and what has he done to return our deer herds? Thanks, Pete. You won t be missed by the sportsmen!

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