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    Default Time for Block Management?

    I was reading up on the Montana Block Management program and it got me thinking about the recent land conveyances and if this type of program would be worth considering up here.
    It would seem that a program like this would encourage some of the Native Corps to open their land to hunting and could lead to some additional archery hunting opportunities in areas like Delta Junction.

    Perhaps enacting a program like this in conjunction with a small tag fee or small license increase would be a good way to improve access and management.

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    Don't see any benefit for the native corp in the idea. I think if they wanted their land open they would just say come hunt.Heck I might be missing something in the story

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    Default I think the idea

    makes sense but wonder if the price the Native Corps would demand would be to high for anyone to accept.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amigo Will View Post
    Don't see any benefit for the native corp in the idea. I think if they wanted their land open they would just say come hunt.Heck I might be missing something in the story
    I think you missed the part where the state pays them to let hunters access their land.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuJon View Post
    I think you missed the part where the state pays them to let hunters access their land.

    so Jon are you willing to PAY the state fee to do this?


    let see. administration cost accounting... blaa bla blaa...


    how much are you willing to pay for that tag to walk across? you know it will come back on you and me as hunters...
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    I see the up to 12,000 dollar offered now. I think they could get that much from one guide for one hunt. Texas has a deal like it but the biggest problem is finding parking space once you get to the area.It would be great for hunters but does nothing to intice the native corp to join in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vince View Post
    so Jon are you willing to PAY the state fee to do this?


    let see. administration cost accounting... blaa bla blaa...


    how much are you willing to pay for that tag to walk across? you know it will come back on you and me as hunters...
    Well Vince what other option is there? The only one I see is just to not hunt huge portions of the road system that are now private land.

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