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    Fish and Game

    I think it's time we as hunters and fishers took f&g to task. They need to pull their fucking heads in and remember who they work for.

    Fuck this selling us out bullshit that's been going on. Ripping us off with ridicules prices for licences and doing sweet fuck all with it except driving around in new utes. CUNTS. Causing a heap of trouble with cockies IS NOT HELPING US!! Fucking idiots.

    Yes I will be at the next meeting.
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    Free hat?
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    Has anyone here actually looked at what this type of hunting actually costs in other parts of the world? Compared bag limits, and compare what research and any added value that happens elsewhere?

    I certainly know that I some states in the US, things are far, far worst. Try 2 ducks and day over 2 weekends, total of 8 ducks for the season! Some states are better, but some are worst. Let's not mention deer hunting in the states!

    I believe that we don't have to hunt game birds in our own regions. It's possible to take a trip to CSI or Taranaki for a few days. I wish the Pheasant season was longer in North Canterbury, but, it's less than an hours drive to the CSI where I can get a full season and a much bigger bag.

    Sometime we need to make the effort ourself to get the most out the situation, regardless of how bad things get.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wirehunt View Post
    I think it's time we as hunters and fishers took f&g to task. They need to pull their fucking heads in and remember who they work for.

    Fuck this selling us out bullshit that's been going on. Ripping us off with ridicules prices for licences and doing sweet fuck all with it except driving around in new utes. CUNTS. Causing a heap of trouble with cockies IS NOT HELPING US!! Fucking idiots.

    Yes I will be at the next meeting.
    I am with you Wirehunt sick of these buggers going on about dirty dairying when 98% have all waterways fenced and nutrient budgets in place. I think the sheep and beef have a lot to answer for but there is no mention of them.

    I know of one access entry for licensed fishos and the bloody river is crawling with cattle.

    I took down one permanent fence today as the water is gone.
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    I've got no problem with f&g here. Always been helpful and even lent goose decoys on occasion. $91 for three months hunting and a few hundred ducks is cheap.
    You would blow more than that on a night on the piss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan F View Post
    I've got no problem with f&g here. Always been helpful and even lent goose decoys on occasion. $91 for three months hunting and a few hundred ducks is cheap.
    You would blow more than that on a night on the piss.
    double when I was younger with no kids
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    Had a few beers at the pub the other day $5.00 for a handle what a rip off,2 rounds for me and the Mrs cost $18 bux when I could of got a box of 18 cans for 20. So I got a box
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    Had a few beers at the pub the other day $5.00 for a handle what a rip off,2 rounds for me and the Mrs cost $18 bux when I could of got a box of 18 cans for 20. So I got a box
    Im confused??? did you buy your missus beer or take her home to the bedroom?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toby View Post
    Cost me $18 for 2 bottles of steinys at the air port
    that's what happens when buying shit beer!you get 15 tui stubbies for that and usually a couple of renta mates aswell in this town.and you know what happens after the 15 stubbies are all used up..........starts with o and ends with fat chicks.
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    It is disappointing that people only want to get involved with F&G when things aren't going their way. This also can be seen at the local rugby or netball club too, people with their own agenda, instead of a common goal of the best interests of all members( or license holders).

    Yes, most farming CAN have a poor effect on our waterways, even including cropping. It would be nice if 98% of dairy farm had the waterways fenced, but struggle to see how this is actually policed. Having a tanker driver report not fence areas, only goes as far as the dairy company want it to. Certainly agree that Sheep and beef farms run stock in the river beds, however, low intensity farming produces less of an effect than large scale dairy operations (as in multiple large farms in a catchment, not just one property).

    Nutrient budgets do not actually prevent the nutrients entering the soils and waterways, just like paying a carbon tax prevents the release of carbon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    I am with you Wirehunt sick of these buggers going on about dirty dairying when 98% have all waterways fenced and nutrient budgets in place. I think the sheep and beef have a lot to answer for but there is no mention of them.

    I know of one access entry for licensed fishos and the bloody river is crawling with cattle.

    I took down one permanent fence today as the water is gone.
    Agree with most of that
    I've spent a lot if time jet boating the manawatu and all the little side creeks.
    I remember when oringi was working there was a massive pipe about 4 foot round that flowed continually into the river it was bad looking shit I always wondered if it was supposed to be there........
    Same thing at alliance in Vegas.
    I think the big intensive dairy farming up this way is not doing any of our rivers a favour
    Sheep and beef farmers up here don't have the money to farm as intensively as the dairy boys.
    Not a dairy dig in any way just an observation from the other side of the fence.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan F View Post
    I've got no problem with f&g here. Always been helpful and even lent goose decoys on occasion. $91 for three months hunting and a few hundred ducks is cheap.
    You would blow more than that on a night on the piss.
    I think on the whole we get good bang for our buck , being an elected council means if you don't like what they are doing you can vote or even stand to be elected .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neckshot View Post
    Im confused??? did you buy your missus beer or take her home to the bedroom?
    Stay confused
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