t - don't take all that wrong (I do think & know you will do your best) & trying to understand all this. ND is unique - So is SD - But were even unique to how they function in all this.
Please ignore my persistent style & abrasive concerns. They are not in no way focused at you personally.
It's just very hard for me to understand how the NDG&FD sees all this & if they really understand the concerns of Freelance Hunters. & alot of our uniqueness is geared to Freelance hunting by both Residents & Non Residents (& this is the vast majority of people who hunt ND). - I keep beating my drum in hopes Non Residents see the problems & somehow can join us (at least politically) in the attempt to pressure ND, to keep our unique Laws. Then come up with positive ways to make them even better.
Why would we want to compromise & lose what we have had ??? When many of us have seen in the past 10 years a rapid attempt to take them away. By angry Land Rights people & the Pay To Hunt segment of ND hunting. (& they are truely the minority) why is there so much concern for them ??? & As a tax supported-(or license fee supported) agency of ND State Gov. who's interests should the G&FD be most looking out for ??? (I know you don't have the answers to these questions - But I have to ask them in hopes that someone there at the G&FD, or the Legislature is listening ??)
Surely - there has to be other ideas & ways to make what we have better for both Hunters & farmers & landowners ???
I'm getting to the point, I think I know the answer to this (???) - But I am trying to be as positive, as I can be, towards the G&FD - because overall I truely respect them & their history.
eace: But I'm afraid the answers will only come thru the ballot box & future appointments (???)
It was not a bad question & deserves - needs to be debated. (I wish it was still there ???