our opportunity to speak up

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our opportunity to speak up

Post by jackrabbit » Thu Nov 25, 2010 8:56 pm

I am posting this here because more of the sportsmen seem to come here. fellows from all over the country can go to th link below and support our fellow sportsmen who coyote hunt.

BELOW IS THE LINK TO THE PETA ARTICLE ABOUT OUR COYOTE TRAINING ENCLOSURES. IT LEAVES ROOM AT THE BOTTOM TO COMMENT. PLEASE MAKE A POSITIVE STATEMENT ABOUT OUR CAUSE BEFORE THEY CLOSE IT OFF.

http://www.nuvo.net/indianapolis/coyote ... id=1859690

THANK YOU

Jack Hyden
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Re: our opportunity to speak up

Post by bucks better beagles » Fri Nov 26, 2010 2:38 pm

I always thought Indiana was a dog friendly state. These People are like bulldogs, they just bit down on something and never let go. Hope all works out well.

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Re: our opportunity to speak up

Post by Bobby Vest » Fri Nov 26, 2010 5:03 pm

Hate the anti's something awful, but you have to give them credit thay never give up.

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Re: our opportunity to speak up

Post by jackrabbit » Fri Nov 26, 2010 5:58 pm

Indiana is a dog friendly state. HSUS is not Indiana. its the anti animal group all over the country. thats why its so important for everyone on the board to send an email or letter to our Natural Resource Commission. HSUS supporters from every state in the country will have their voice heard here in Indana. We need to do the same.

At leat HSUS is now taking credit for it and not letting it be seen as three or four little ladies called the Indiana Coyote Rescue.

I am asking everyone to please send a letter, an email an make a call

jack
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Re: our opportunity to speak up

Post by cris axtell/coal hill ken » Fri Nov 26, 2010 6:59 pm

reading the comments makes me laugh. (coyoye mama) who has done a lot of research on the subject. said that spaying and nutering the coyotes gives them a disatvantage. she needs to do a lot more research.
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Re: our opportunity to speak up

Post by nu dawg » Sat Nov 27, 2010 10:55 am

i am very involved in this issue.it seems to me that ALL these "do gooders" would be more helpful if they would put their energy and monies toward helping the homeless,abused children,hunger,illiteracy,HOMELESS VETS and the list could go on and on.it would be a greater "cause" than protecting an over populated preditore.a member of the INDIANA BEABLERS ALLIANCE. "nu dawg"

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Re: our opportunity to speak up

Post by sbadger » Sun Nov 28, 2010 4:30 pm

What I here from them is they don t like hunting ,they don t like any kind of meat they want us to eat PLANTS,and any thing to do with sporting dogs they hate sad when you have nothing to do but complain about other people and what they like to do they need to put Mamma Coyote on that whaling boat and help them
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Re: our opportunity to speak up

Post by bucks better beagles » Sun Nov 28, 2010 4:42 pm

Nu dawg has it right although I would avoid the term "do gooder". There are so many more humanistic activities that these people could be involved in. Leave the hunters alone.

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Re: our opportunity to speak up

Post by jackrabbit » Mon Nov 29, 2010 7:52 am

its fun to show them up on their comments board for sure. Moma Coyote has shown so many times shes just following the the sound of HSUS's Flute...lol

Everyone must call the governors office. 317-232-4567 , ask for Betsey or David Pippen. tell them to get that moritorium taken off the Coyote Rule package right away. They have the power to do that and they promised us HSUS would not be taking away our enclosures.

also send an email to the NRC. just type in Indiana Natural resource commission in a google search. down he left side youll find the word Rules, click on it and a drop down box will show up. Click on current rules. the new screen will have all the current rules NRC is working on. The enclosure rule is in the bunch. to the right of the rule is the spot to click to comment. once you have the comment screen up just follow all the directions and tell NRC you want the Coyote enclosures left open, there is no evidence that a size limit is needed, and Indiana has no reason for a moritoriium.

Guys this is so much more imporant than you may think fellows from all over the country please take a moment to do this.
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Re: our opportunity to speak up

Post by DoubleEagle » Wed Mar 23, 2011 10:25 am

jackrabbit wrote:Indiana is a dog friendly state. HSUS is not Indiana. its the anti animal group all over the country. thats why its so important for everyone on the board to send an email or letter to our Natural Resource Commission. HSUS supporters from every state in the country will have their voice heard here in Indana. We need to do the same.

At leat HSUS is now taking credit for it and not letting it be seen as three or four little ladies called the Indiana Coyote Rescue.

I am asking everyone to please send a letter, an email an make a call

jack
Really Jack this issue is not getting near the amount of coverage it deserves. Especially on this Board.

This should be stickied at the very top of the "Just talkin Dawgs" section with big bold headlines so everybody will notice it... and I'll tell you why.

If you read the proposed legislation it covers training enclosures for "coyote, fox, AND OTHER ANIMALS"... that is a pretty broad area and one which will be used to attack us directly.

Proud of that new starting pen? Like your clubs running grounds? Well guess what... unless it's over 300 acres and inspected regularly by the DNR it would be ILLEGAL if this law were allowed to pass.

This doesn't just affect people who chase fox or coyote, it potentially affects everybody on this board. And if the HSUS gets it passed here in Indiana you better believe they'll be going after Ohio next!

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