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NRB Tells WI DNR "Slow the spread of CWD."

Old 02-04-2010, 02:47 PM
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Default NRB Tells WI DNR "Slow the spread of CWD."


...""We are not the only state to deal with this," Clausen said. "Years ago, Wyoming made the conscious choice that it would not take any action against (CWD) and let the disease run its course. What has happened in the meantime is that the disease has spread across wide areas of the state. There are areas where prevalence is up in the 30 to 40 percent range."

Clausen said a wildlife manager in Wyoming told him that state is seeing a decline in trophy deer - even on land managed for trophy deer." ....


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Old 02-06-2010, 04:17 PM
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Someone should tell them that Wyoming doesn't get NEAR the hunting pressure that WI does. For a long time I hunted unit 65 in Wyoming that is now down 60% or so in deer numbers. The thing is though I hunted a 65,000 acre ranch that allowed 15 hunters a year! Its a whole different situation out there. The average ranch is around 20,000 acres, in Wisconsin its tough to find areas over 200 acres!!
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