Coyote killing ban defeated in House

There are 219 comments on the Deming Headlight story from Feb 26, 2013, titled Coyote killing ban defeated in House. In it, Deming Headlight reports that:

The state House of Representatives on Tuesday defeated a bill to ban the events, such as one last fall in which a gun shop owner collected $50 entry fees and then gave prizes to the team that killed the most coyotes.

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“Each Thought Creates A Reality”

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#208 Apr 24, 2013
LOL wrote:
<quoted text>Turn your TV off and learn some real history retard. Those injuns ran thousands off of cliffs and left thousands to rot in the hot sun. That other dumb poster was right on this one. You can not eat 99% of anything you idiot. Any animal killed for consumption will produce only a third meat for eating you dumb ass! No doubt you are a fatty who gets meals from McD's! LMAO!
http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/episodes/ameri...

Seems Hunter is correct. But then what does Nature on PBS know. Pelts, train hunts and all.
Prove

Santa Fe, NM

#209 Apr 24, 2013
HUNTER wrote:
<quoted text>Prove me wrong.
..
you wrong? Are we back to that? That was a lot of posts ago.

Bio 101, NMDGF website, any research on the coyote society?
That

Santa Fe, NM

#210 Apr 24, 2013
HUNTER wrote:
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Really what do I care. All I care about is one shot one kill especially with the price of ammo now days..
is you in a nutshell. You claim you are doing good and are being encouraged by lawful authorities, but you are lying.
Criminal

Santa Fe, NM

#211 Apr 24, 2013
HUNTER wrote:
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Yes..
poaching admitted.

“Reconquista Ahora!”

Since: Apr 13

Tijuana MX

#212 Apr 24, 2013
From Wikipedia,

The stampeding of bison was necessary for Plains Indians pre-horse as they couldn't, obviously, keep up with a galloping bison.

"Later when Plains Indians obtained horses, it was found that a good horseman could easily lance or shoot enough bison with his bow and arrow, to keep his tribe and family fed, as long as a herd was nearby. The bison provided meat, leather, sinew for bows, grease, dried dung for fires, and even the hooves could be boiled for glue."

Seems the "buffalo runs" were stopped after the introduction of the horse, as hunting buffalo became steeped in honor and respect. The consumption and utilization of bison remained unchanged from pre-horse to post-horse.

Again, "hunter", how much of what you kill do you utilize?

“Reconquista Ahora!”

Since: Apr 13

Tijuana MX

#213 Apr 24, 2013
"Hunter", from your own link re: Native hunting & utilization of buffalo. Do you do same?

"But flesh and skin weren’t the only prizes: tribes learned to use virtually every part of the animal, from horns to tail hairs."

“Reconquista Ahora!”

Since: Apr 13

Tijuana MX

#214 Apr 24, 2013
HUNTER wrote:
<quoted text>No excuses, no deflection. I hunt and I kill! You have somebody do your dirty work for you. You could not survive without those who kill like me..
Unbelievable!!! How does your killing of an animal that is simply going about it's natural business of surviving have any effect on my survival.
HUNTER

Alamogordo, NM

#215 Apr 24, 2013
That wrote:
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is you in a nutshell. You claim you are doing good and are being encouraged by lawful authorities, but you are lying.
Prove me wrong. The Game Wardens in my area all carry rifles and shoot coyotes on the spot. I do the same. Call the Roswell District Office and ask them about it if you don't like it. The next two I kill will be dedicated to you..
HUNTER

Alamogordo, NM

#216 Apr 24, 2013
General Zapata wrote:
From Wikipedia,
The stampeding of bison was necessary for Plains Indians pre-horse as they couldn't, obviously, keep up with a galloping bison.
"Later when Plains Indians obtained horses, it was found that a good horseman could easily lance or shoot enough bison with his bow and arrow, to keep his tribe and family fed, as long as a herd was nearby. The bison provided meat, leather, sinew for bows, grease, dried dung for fires, and even the hooves could be boiled for glue."
Seems the "buffalo runs" were stopped after the introduction of the horse, as hunting buffalo became steeped in honor and respect. The consumption and utilization of bison remained unchanged from pre-horse to post-horse.
Again, "hunter", how much of what you kill do you utilize?
Come with me and find out..
HUNTER

Alamogordo, NM

#217 Apr 24, 2013
General Zapata wrote:
"Hunter", from your own link re: Native hunting & utilization of buffalo. Do you do same?
"But flesh and skin weren’t the only prizes: tribes learned to use virtually every part of the animal, from horns to tail hairs."
Looks like you can read. We have been doing the same all my life. It's my heritage..
HUNTER

Alamogordo, NM

#218 Apr 24, 2013
General Zapata wrote:
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Unbelievable!!! How does your killing of an animal that is simply going about it's natural business of surviving have any effect on my survival.
I guess you kill your owns meat for consumption. I guess you kill the rodents (by either hunting them or with pesticide) that eat your fruit and vegetable crops. You see for everything you eat some animal or insect has to die.
HUNTER

Alamogordo, NM

#222 Apr 29, 2013
I took 2 more coyotes and a bobcat this morning. I couldn't believe that cat came running in the way he did when I hit my rabbit call. He must have been hungry.
Interesting

High Rolls Mountain Park, NM

#223 Apr 29, 2013
HUNTER wrote:
I took 2 more coyotes and a bobcat this morning. I couldn't believe that cat came running in the way he did when I hit my rabbit call. He must have been hungry.
Seeing as how bobcat is not in season right now I wonder how G&F will like this?
TRAPPER

Rio Rancho, NM

#224 Apr 29, 2013
I ushally only shoot em in the winter but now that the pups are about 7 weeks old it will be easy to call em in just for the fun of it
didja

Santa Fe, NM

#225 Apr 29, 2013
TRAPPER wrote:
I ushally only shoot em in the winter but now that the pups are about 7 weeks old it will be easy to call em in just for the fun of it
get a boner, you sick pig?
TRAPPER

Rio Rancho, NM

#226 Apr 29, 2013
I'm still not shooting them till winter just calling and watching them they will be worth about $50 in the fall
HUNTER

Alamogordo, NM

#227 Apr 30, 2013
Interesting wrote:
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Seeing as how bobcat is not in season right now I wonder how G&F will like this?
Bobcat comes in season in November unless you have a special permit. Keep wondering how NMDGF would like it.
HUNTER

Alamogordo, NM

#228 Apr 30, 2013
TRAPPER wrote:
I ushally only shoot em in the winter but now that the pups are about 7 weeks old it will be easy to call em in just for the fun of it
I like to get the pups also. There are so many that need thinned out. I doubt we will ever get rid of all of them. I am trying out a new Sig Sauer 556 in .223 caliber. Pretty sweet so far.
HUNTER

Alamogordo, NM

#229 May 1, 2013
Well I'm off to the ranch today, wish me luck!

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