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I know what you all are thinking, 'oh no, it's cootkiller, we hate that guy'.

But before you go nuts I have an offer for some of you out there.
You see my fiance pulled a Bull/Cow Moose tag for M9 and we are both just thrilled. Now, it being a once in a lifetime hunt we are going for it big time.
She want's a monster, and that is where you guys come in.
I'm not asking for any hard work or anything, just that if you see any moose, bulls preferably, just give us a call or . In exchange I would gladly take you out personally for a fabulous waterfowl hunt on the shores of lake alice.
Now isn't that a deal.

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Cootkiller, I am not saying this just because it is you BUT you are such a loser! Why would you want someone to find your moose for you? Go out and teach your fiance about hunting, not shooting. You are as pathetic as the adds that ran in a lot of papers last year by a rich doctor or lawyer offering a reward of $500 for the person that put him on a big moose. You just revealed a lot more about yourself in your post.
 

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frosty,
Let me ask you a question,
Eveytime that you have hunted you found the birds, or big game yourself.
Or everytime that you went fishing, you only fished in spot that you found the fish yourself, B/S.

I am not asking anyone to guide us, the fact is we have two rather large moose on our own land up by maza, however I am not above taking reports from others if they happen to see them. We are hunters, always have been, but above all else I am a sportsman and she a sportswoman.

I never realized this before, but gosh there a quite a few of you that are jealous of cootkiller, must suck to be filled with envy.
 

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Oh by the way frosty, I don''t need to teach her to hunt, she's already pretty accomplished. Probably could run circles around your sorry tail.

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Coot, first congrats on the tag - what a thrill to pull one of those specialty tags. I keep making my donations, but maybe one of these years......

Next you shouldn't be surprised by the above reaction to your post - you bring much of it on yourself. You can't spew schmack here and on FB and not expect to get some in return. Whether you want to acknowledge it or not, the majority of people on this site and the majority of resident hunters, favored 2048 and the other sportspersons legislative agenda this session. You've never been bashful and have been very frank about your feelings on those and other subjects - don't be surprised when you get a little back.

That said, I think you'll be surprised at how much assistance you'll get on this subject from those on this site with whom you fought, directly or indirectly, for the past many months. The more of them I meet, the more I realize how good and decent the sportspersons of this state are, even the ones who were looking for reasonable restrictions. Believe it or not, they're not the bandelaro-wearing, blood-drenched, one-toothed, saliva-hanging band of greedy killers and thieves some have made them out to be.

I hope you get a line on and tag a huge bull.
 

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I love to hear your pathetic replies. Good luck on your moose "hunt". You are a true sportsmen, it is too bad a guy like you doesn't quit teaching and start giving sportsmen seminars.
 

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Congratulations...where's unit M9
 

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:eyeroll: what a piece of work - I have seen moose every year while out hunting & scouting for ducks & SOB's - I'm not surprised cootkiller has to hunt this way - he never scouts - he has his little paradise on Lake Alice :roll: Good Luck coot I hope you find folks that let you hunt - beings your a resident & all. :roll: I sure hope they open deer & moose & elk & everything to NR's - why would they be restricted ??? I want only three deer zones too with no limits on #'s of hunters - I will never forget who some of the main players & most outspoken were during this chance we had to keep ND waterfowling special to ND residents & not for sale to the highest bidder.

If I see a Moose - :******: I will post it on all the sites for you guys to call me & bid for the information :******:
 

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Fetch,

Why no admonishing remarks to Frosty for name calling? Must be he agrees with you and then its ok to call names.

Coot,

congrats!!!! I am sure you will get help from the more reasonable people on this sight. And I mean from both sides of the issue. Dan is right on his assessment of the people on this sight. Every group has their extremists and you have been slammed by 3 of the most extreme on this sight. Good luck on your scouting.
 

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I have been trying to stay out of this one, but in all fairness something must be realized. Cootkiller has stated before that from now on he would have his father and brother ask people what their aliases are on fishing buddy/nodak outdoors. If anyone was of an opinion differing from his (in support of caps), permission would be denied. Now he is asking a group of people for help who on this site have for the most part the opposite view of him? It can't work both ways. He will deny hunting permission to someone who disagrees with him and takes their right to work within the political system to get the changes they want. Yet, he will ask the same people he will deny permission to for help? I don't have a problem with cootkiller having the opinion he does, he is entitled to that and can do what he wants with his place. However, one good turn deserves another. I can see why people might hesitate to help someone who has the opinion that if you don't agree with me, I will hold it against you and not grant you any favors.

All the fighting that everyone has done over the last several months has opened some wounds. What I would just like to realize that this fight has not necessarily been for "ourselves" Whether we have a problem now or not depends on a persons point of view. However, no one can deny that the hunting situation in ND has changed dramatically. It is different from 20, 10, even 5 years ago. A lot of people who are in this fight, have secured places to hunt a long time ago. We are not all greedy people looking for a free place to hunt with no regard for anyone else. A lot of people that I know in this fight own their own land, my family included. We are not fighting this because we need a place to hunt, but for the future of hunting in ND. I wish it was like it was when I first picked up a shotgun. It isn't, but we just don't want to let it get any worse.

It is just a little hard to swallow that we are all so valuable now that someone is looking for information, outside of their area. It wasn't too long ago that in his eyes we were a bunch of idiots and he probably thinks we still are. But, that is his right.
 

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The fact that hunting has changed in North Dakota in the last 20, 10, or even 5 years ago is why I don't agree with those wanting to limit the opportunities for some people. Change is constant and inevitable, and it seems to me that the proponents of limiting non-residents want to try to stop the clock or turn it backwards. I do enjoy this site and visit it often but have no desire to get into back and forth commentary, which usually resorts to insults and name-calling.

I will leave you with some food for thought on change from the year 1902

100 Years ago:

The average life expectancy in the US was forty-seven

Only 14 percent of the homes had a bathtup

Only 8 percent of the homes had a telephone

A three-minute call from Denver to New York City cost eleven dollars

There were only 8,000 cars in the US and only 144 miles of paved roads

The maximum speed limit in most cities was 10 mph

Alabama, Mississippi, Iowa, and Tenessee were each more heavily populated than California which with a mere 1.4 million residents was only the 21st most populous state in the Union

The tallest structure in the world was the Eiffel Tower

The average wage in the US was 22 cents an hour

The average US worker made between $200 and $400 per year

A competent accountant could expect to earn $2,000 per year, a dentist $2,500 per year, a veterinarian between $1,500 and $4,000, and a mechanical engineer about $ 5,000 per year.

More than 95 percent of all births in the US took place at home

Ninety percent of all US physicians had no college education. Instead, they attended medical schools, many of which were condemned in the press and by the government as "substandard"

Sugar cost four cents a pound, eggs were fourteen cents a dozen, and coffee cost fefteen cents a pound

Most women only washed their hair once a month and used borax or egg yolks for shampoo

Canada passed a law prohibiting poor people from entering the country for any reason

The five leading causes of death in the US were:
1. Pneumonia and infuenza
2. Tuberculosis
3. Diarrhea
4. Heart Disease
5. Stroke

The American flag had 45 stars. Arizona, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Hawaii and Alaska hadn't been admitted to the Union yet.

The population of Las Vegas, Nevada was 30

Crossword puzzles, canned beer, and iced tea hadn't been invented

There was no Mother's Day or Father's Day

One in ten US adults couldn't read or write. Only 6 percent of all Americans had graduated from high school.

Marijuana, heroin, and morphine were all available over the counter at corner drugstores. According to one pharmacist, "Heroin clears the complexion, give buoyancy to the mind, regulates the stomach and the bowels, and is, in fact, a perfect guardian of health."

Eighteen percent of households in the US had at least one full-time servant or domestic
 

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At least drugs (unfortunately) are still available on street corners!! I guess I really don't get the point Red. Does that mean that the common man should no longer be able to afford to hunt since things change? Mark my words, if we don't get some type of change (ie-caps) there will be no hunting by most of us in 10 years, maybe sooner!!
 

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First and foremost,
Who ever said that we were going to be hunting out of our area, our farm is smack dab in the middle of M9. My god some of you guys are dense.

If you stop to think, I have stated we have acouple big boys on our farm. We probably won't have to leave the 'pride lands' as my brother-in-law calls it.
However many of you residents that I was battling with a month ago were getting a prime opportunity to share some fellowship with myself and my family and get a free action packed duck hunt out of the deal too. But, I guess being ticked off at cootkiller has clouded your vision.

Fetch, I have something for you to fetch.
I would like to meet you sometime just so you can see how much of a loser I am. Let's say 9:00 on the number 9 green, secret of the pros. ha ha.

P.S.
By the way, 'Take a Kid Fishing Day' has been set for May 24th. Thanks to Jason Mitchell this 2nd annual event looks to be a great success.
You guys remember Mitchell, he's one of those guides you all hate so much. You know the ones that don't do anything for residents.(sarcasm)
Hopefully Panzer's hockey loses in the playoffs so he can be back for it. Sorry Jeff but we miss ya man.

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100 years ago, most children lived in a home with BOTH of their natural parents. Childrens minds were not being filled with the crap they watch on TV for many hours a day that they are now. Preservatives, pesticides, fertilizers were not used as heavily as they are today. I could go on and on.

Just to comment on Red Label's post, not everything changes for the better.
 

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Good one , Fletching.
How long did it take for your feeble mind to come up with that one.
I agree with Tony Dean, you suck as a moderator.
You hold your opinion on a higher level than common sense and clear thinking. All emotion and no thought.

Got anymore baseless and simple minded comments for me.
I am on the edge of my seat here.

cootkiller

P.S. It amazes me that just the mention of my name can get a bunch of overgrown children to throw a tantrum.
 
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