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    If anybody is looking for a good USFS coyote hunt.. this is the place for it - before/during the tribal command center pow-wow every morning at Beattie Gultch.


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    That's quite the letter GH. Seems less like a hunt and more like a traffic jam.
    “It is well to go all out sometimes.” - Elers Koch

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    Just when you thought meateater was trendy.
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/inui...1279117669923/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenhorn View Post
    Just when you thought meateater was trendy.
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/inui...1279117669923/
    Oh boy, that one was a bit gross.

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    I follow Huntin the Rez on social media. Much to learn about hunting and culture from our Native American brothers. Foodies take note.

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    Thanks, GH! Trying to eat my light breakfast ... it almost came up heavily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LopeHunter View Post
    I work with a man 75% Crow and 25% Lakota.
    Wow... In all the years I lived on the rez, i have never seen anybody that was a full blood.

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    Maybe Elizabeth Warren will get a Montana Bighorn Sheep in the near future.

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    I’m 64x more Native American than Warren and I’ll be taking my time killing my 64 rams before she can have a tag.
    “To me, if you don’t eat it, then it’s not a point of pride”. -Matt Rinella

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenhorn View Post
    I follow Huntin the Rez on social media. Much to learn about hunting and culture from our Native American brothers. Foodies take note.
    That sizzle reel is solid gold
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    Any idea when there will be a ruling?
    “To me, if you don’t eat it, then it’s not a point of pride”. -Matt Rinella

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    By June...I think that's when the term ends.

    I've been following this case closely - very interested to see how it goes. It was humorous (and maybe a little scary!) listening to the Justices and the Attorneys talking hunting.

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    I'm curious. How doesn't the nation have hunting priveledges? There wasn't seasons or licenses in 1868. Seems the nation wants an expansion of privledges to me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hossblur View Post
    I'm curious. How doesn't the nation have hunting priveledges? There wasn't seasons or licenses in 1868. Seems the nation wants an expansion of privledges to me?
    Two way street. If want to be treated as if a real nation then let's say Canada is the role model that is adopted for Indian Nations. Does America pay Canada's healthcare? Provide welfare? Provide defense? Allow open border for movement of people and goods? Require Passports?

    Native Americans got a raw deal. Over 100 years ago. Someone's ancestors killed or ran off the prior peoples when no one from Europe or China had yet set foot on the continent. Those historical events are not recorded and the victims are long dead. As in America today. Probably the attacks and murder and other very bad actions happened several times as ice sheets moved south and retreated much less during drought or disease or just because it was Tuesday. This went on for 20,000 years. Humans of all colors have done some very bad things on the land mass that is America. The victor rarely is as benevolent as America has been even though has not been that benevolent.

    I doubt Putin would think twice about how to handle a similar situation, for example.

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    The Supreme Court has technically defined Tribes as domestic dependent nations - which is in part why the United States "looks after" Tribes. So the Canada comparison isn't a good analogy, despite the sovereignty Tribes have over many of their affairs.

    As far as who killed whose ancestors...not at play here...this isn't seeking justice for some past wrong. This particular case centers on a Treaty between the Crow and the United States.

    As mentioned earlier, SCOTUS seems to have a way of keeping rulings narrow and/or on technicalities that limit application of their decisions...but if that doesn't happen here I see two broad potential outcomes:

    1. Wyoming prevails and off reservation hunting rights become very limited...this would likely have a negative impact on treaty tribes in Idaho, Washington, and Oregon where substantial off reservation hunting occurs.

    2. Herrera prevails and Treaty Tribes in Montana and Wyoming have substantially greater off reservation hunting and harvest than what they currently enjoy.

    I know in Idaho it has been frustrating to draw a good bull tag - only to have Tribal hunters show up the week before the State season opens and they hunt the heck out of it. While it's frustrating, I understand they have a treaty right. My guess is Wyoming's limited entry units would be the most impacted by off reservation tribal hunting if Herrera prevails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by idahohuntr View Post

    I know in Idaho it has been frustrating to draw a good bull tag - only to have Tribal hunters show up the week before the State season opens and they hunt the heck out of it. While it's frustrating, I understand they have a treaty right. My guess is Wyoming's limited entry units would be the most impacted by off reservation tribal hunting if Herrera prevails.
    In my experience you're seriously underestimating effects in ID if you restrict it only to hunting trophy bull elk. I think people would be shocked if we got true figures on tribal harvest here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenhorn View Post
    Maybe Elizabeth Warren will get a Montana Bighorn Sheep in the near future.
    Dammit you beat me to it!!!
    " You know what Jim Bridger said about the Indians. Just when your not seeing any is about the time they are fixing to get the thickest!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTone View Post
    In my experience you're seriously underestimating effects in ID if you restrict it only to hunting trophy bull elk. I think people would be shocked if we got true figures on tribal harvest here.
    That's a two-way street though. I'm sure a lot of Tribal folks are shocked with the booming number of State hunters out harvesting deer and elk. Whatever the Tribal harvest is - it's a fraction of the state harvest.

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