Need locations around the St. Olaff Area for buffalo fishing..
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I'm all for the 2nd buck tag in Managed or IH areas. I understand the biological approach that shooting a buck doesn't control the population like shooting a doe. Don't disagree. But the areas that deer numbers are high enough to warrant additional management tags there wouldn't be much damage done to the buck population if people were allowed to buy a 2nd tag. Make it the price of an out of state tag for all i care and use it to generate $$$. In SE where APR is in place, this will have very little effect on the population/quality of bucks because you won't have an increase in 1.5 yr olds going down.
That said this will never happen. The only crowd bigger than the "i want to, I get to" crowd is the "if I can't, you shouldn't be able to" crowd.
Just saw on Facebook Dixons might not have access to the 3rd flowage road would that take effect this winter???
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I'm not sure whats worse, debating the presidential election or best practices for whitetail management in MN. But I will say this, MN is a lot different than other states as we have such a diverse ecosystem. The Boreal forest of the northeast, central hardwoods, mineral rich SE, and western prairie. All need to be managed differently due to the different deer densities, habitat and food. I'm kinda glad I'm not the one calling the shots and trying to appease everyone.PurpleFloyd likes this
Not directed at you, pike - sorry for that impression. It was more directed (for some unknown reason) at a lot of my Facebook friends, almost none of whom frequent this page. So that's my bad
Anyway, I stand by my point that the Vikings unlikely early success led to overhype of Bradford. After six games, the team is second to last in the league in yards per play. Some of that is o-line, some of that is (IMO) lack of creativity from the OC, but some of it is certainly because Bradford doesn't have the arm to stretch the field, and teams are already learning how to stifle MN's limited offensive menu.
Yes, Bradford had a couple of nice games. I'm thrilled about that. But if you look at the whole arc of his career, there is no reason to believe - especially given the Vikes' limited weapons on offense - that the good games are more likely to continue than the mediocre-to-awful games.
If this team wins, it will because of its defense and because Bradford doesn't turn the ball over. There just isn't any margin for error with such a pathetic offense.