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#5547020 - 01/16/15 01:15 PM Ethics, B&C & Velvet
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Registered: 11/19/08
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Since B&C doesn't accept animals in velvet, do states promote unethical behavior by issue tags for early season velvet hunts? Just something that popped into my head after they decided to have a LR opinion. As we all know, especially jshouse, habits tend to change when the velvet comes off. Happy Friday.

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#5547041 - 01/16/15 01:34 PM Re: Ethics, B&C & Velvet [Re: rifleman]
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decoy

Registered: 04/19/07
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Originally Posted By: rifleman
Since B&C doesn't accept animals in velvet, do states promote unethical behavior by issue tags for early season velvet hunts? Just something that popped into my head after they decided to have a LR opinion. As we all know, especially jshouse, habits tend to change when the velvet comes off. Happy Friday.


In B&C eyes states do not give animals a sporting chance in early season thus the exemption. Thank God B&C doesn't influence state seasons like DU does

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#5547165 - 01/16/15 02:48 PM Re: Ethics, B&C & Velvet [Re: rifleman]
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Do they actually have that rule because they think it's unethical? I just figured it was to get a more accurate measurement.
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#5547206 - 01/16/15 03:05 PM Re: Ethics, B&C & Velvet [Re: Sneaky]
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decoy

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Originally Posted By: Sneaky
Do they actually have that rule because they think it's unethical? I just figured it was to get a more accurate measurement.


Then do a separate division...P&Y does.

A lot of mulie guys and elk guys won't shoot them with velvet on.

Mulies and elk in general are pretty much in another world in velvet.

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#5547475 - 01/16/15 06:25 PM Re: Ethics, B&C & Velvet [Re: BOBO the Clown]
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Registered: 08/10/12
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How does DU influence state seasons? Nothing meant by this, just curious.

Edit: maybe just point me in the direction of another thread, if applicable. Realized this is off-topic from the OPs question...


Edited by FeetDown (01/16/15 06:27 PM)

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