[question is if the management plan is followed and we reduce tags by 20% do you realy think it will save one lion /quote]
More than likely it wont save many cats at all BUT it would be a step in the right direction. The management plans were never followed and that is what started all the harvest objective, emergency openings and overharvest.
I am for any reductions of permits no matter the numbers!
Houndnem wrote:so far in just a short period of time I see more young cats, more females, and less days cutting per track
I see the same and I wonder if its because the economy is in the dumps not as many dudes or houndsmen getting smarter. The response is worth protecting from udwr and poor management practices.
That leads to why I started this post.
DO YOU ALL THINK IT IS A GOOD IDEA TO SHOW THE udwr WHAT WE ARE SEEING?
Most areas are still bad but if we show them a little rebound we screw ourselves.
We have told them for years why do we have to show them are we LIARS?