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    Default Time Sensitive : Huntable Injured Calf AM 415

    If you know someone with a permit for the special hunt, there is a legal calf moose in my yard this morning. We are in the Sutton hunt area. The calf has a broken front leg and has difficulty walking around. I previously spoke to Fish and game about it. It is a legal one year old calf. I do not need a share of it, but you must clean up the remains form my yard. Call me for directions, 746-0601.

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    IMO, this is the only good thing about the ridiculous "nuisance" or "hot spot" hunts. A legal means to take care of a distressed/injured critter. Hope you get a quick taker on this. Good of you to post it.

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    The injured calf left my property for now. If you might be interested,if I see it again, leave me a pm with a phone number and I will call you if it shows up again.

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    For every good dead, there will be someone there to say lets check those communication records ... and propose its a hunting violation using electronic communication equipment. At least if I were a hunter, I wouldn't touch this issue without comment by the AHJ.

    Sad to see a calf suffer ... "semantics really" but perhaps call the trooper to put it down ... and possibly let a Am415 permit holder take the carcass away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wet eNuf View Post
    ... there will be someone there to say lets check those communication records ... and propose its a hunting violation using electronic communication equipment. At least if I were a hunter, I wouldn't touch this issue without comment by the AHJ.
    Huh? Then, I suppose that calling the ADF&G's caribou hotline to gather info on where the animals are would also be violating the 'no-electronic communication' rule, eh?
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    Smile Bad Rod, bad!

    Quote Originally Posted by Rod in Wasilla View Post
    Huh? Then, I suppose that calling the ADF&G's caribou hotline to gather info on where the animals are would also be violating the 'no-electronic communication' rule, eh?
    Rod, what the heck are ya doing there, bringing some common sense to this argument???? This is for you:


    Great job longshot trying to do the right thing. +1 sir

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