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Re: LNIRDF DONATIONS RAFFLE FOR FORUM MEMBERS
Reply #30 - Sep 21st, 2016 at 9:28am
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Had a draw, but haven't had a reply to the email I sent the winner, Hamish

so am going to redraw, once I get back from SI

watch this space Smiley
  
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Re: LNIRDF DONATIONS RAFFLE FOR FORUM MEMBERS
Reply #31 - Sep 25th, 2016 at 3:52am
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The winner of the Bark River Knife is

Ted6.5

congratulation and thanks to all who donated Smiley
  
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Reply #32 - Sep 25th, 2016 at 8:15am
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Woo-hoo so stoked

Thanks to TH for setting this up and to BC for donating the knife.

Cheers Ted
  

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Reply #33 - Sep 27th, 2016 at 9:54am
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Well done Ted, and good on ya for donating!  Cool
  
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Re: LNIRDF DONATIONS RAFFLE FOR FORUM MEMBERS
Reply #34 - Sep 27th, 2016 at 10:06am
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ted6.5 wrote on Sep 25th, 2016 at 8:15am:
Woo-hoo so stoked

Thanks to TH for setting this up and to BC for donating the knife.

Cheers Ted


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Re: LNIRDF DONATIONS RAFFLE FOR FORUM MEMBERS
Reply #35 - Sep 28th, 2016 at 4:28am
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parallel to this court challenge, discussions with DOC Ruahines on Deer Management is looking promising. Essentially, a Deer Management Plan will be prepared, that is "enabled" by Policies in the regional CMS (conservation management strategy)

getting the right policy in the CMS is critical, but its looking hopeful

so future changes in deer harvest (say increased shooting by WARO) will be subject to a "test", where there has to be criteria met by WARO. part of which, is, does the deer population "exceed management intervention densities".

That assessment being based on valid deer abundance surveying
Plus other "tests".

the onus will be on rec hunters to keep deer numbers to the levels set.

This is a major change to department policy, in places that have been hammered by WARO for the last 40 years.  The days of the free for All WARo may be dissapearing

The Game Council has also been instrumental in helping get this to happen, and to DOCs credit, so have they enabled it to happen,

Still issues to resolve of course
  
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Re: LNIRDF DONATIONS RAFFLE FOR FORUM MEMBERS
Reply #36 - Sep 28th, 2016 at 6:48am
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parallel to this court challenge, discussions with DOC Ruahines on Deer Management is looking promising. Essentially, a Deer Management Plan will be prepared, that is "enabled" by Policies in the regional CMS (conservation management strategy)

getting the right policy in the CMS is critical, but its looking hopeful

so future changes in deer harvest (say increased shooting by WARO) will be subject to a "test", where there has to be criteria met by WARO. part of which, is, does the deer population "exceed management intervention densities".

That assessment being based on valid deer abundance surveying
Plus other "tests".

the onus will be on rec hunters to keep deer numbers to the levels set.

This is a major change to department policy, in places that have been hammered by WARO for the last 40 years.  The days of the free for All WARo may be dissapearing

The Game Council has also been instrumental in helping get this to happen, and to DOCs credit, so have they enabled it to happen,

Still issues to resolve of course


Great!
  

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