Taking out the commies( new bird speicies to nail this fall)

SouthernOntariosportsman

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Old Cut LongPointer

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Mmmmmmmm Red wine with meat ... White wine with fish so I guess beer with with Cormorant because I'll be thirsty after digging a pit to bury them in ?
 

noclass

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We (hunters) have been duped into doing the gov’t dirty work. Should be a bounty for each bird. IMO. Don’t get me wrong if one comes within range I’ll be blasting away but it has been identified as a problem and hunters will be footing the bill and providing the labor.
 

SouthernOntariosportsman

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We (hunters) have been duped into doing the gov’t dirty work. Should be a bounty for each bird. IMO. Don’t get me wrong if one comes within range I’ll be blasting away but it has been identified as a problem and hunters will be footing the bill and providing the labor.
I agree with the bounty!
i see far too many of these birds,
 

Old Cut LongPointer

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I think they did focus groups on this subject and found it more socially acceptable to make it more part of a normal hunting practice then wanton killing spree with carcasses covering the beaches.
 

mooner

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since you want to cover the beaches i wont help you find RIO shells. I don't want to look at a bunch of dead cormorants on the beach
 

SouthernOntariosportsman

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lol That's down right child's play, Appreciate the comments, @mooner..
You don't know where i hunt, you don't know anything about me and how i hunt. Maybe go to a different site. This site is meant for sharing, and helping others out. If you wanted to know where i plan to shoot those commie bastards,,,, Sure as heck isn't on the lake. So where does that put your silly offer to "WAS" going to help. I got my 2 cases today , so i don't need or want your help.
Better chase after those killing carp and sheephead, don't help them get hooks Bro
 

can't miss

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Guys, shouldn't be a problem, reg's are clear, birds, (cormorants} must be retrieved and taken away for proper disposal.
Plus, can't imagine many wasting expensive steel shot, retrieving and carting home and disposing of, stinking cormorants
 

Old Cut LongPointer

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Eating them is an option albeit a very distasteful one. I don't think using them for coyote bait would be out of line ? Otherwise burn them or bury them. It is quite likely there will be dead birds(cormorants) wash up on shore just as there are ducks/geese ... it happens.
 
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