For some time now, the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) has made it a policy to reward citizens who report poaching with a free hunting tag or a cash prize. This is very popular with hunters, and several reward permits are generally issued every year. According to those that support the program, it incentivizes hunters to report suspicious activity, aiding law enforcement efforts. The program is also well-known, so when Jeff Quibell helped wildlife officers track down a poacher last fall during the elk season opener, he had hoped for a free tag to make up for spending half the day on the poacher’s trail.

“The saying they have is, ‘Catch a poacher [and] receive a tag for that species in that unit,” Quibell told KUTV.

There’s a little bit more to it than that. According to the DWR, only information that leads to the successful arrest and prosecution of a poacher is viable for a reward. Additionally, the Division notes that a free permit is only sometimes awarded and never guaranteed. In Quibell’s case, there was also another mitigating circumstance.

Once the poacher saw that someone was following him, he called the DWR and turned himself in.

According to Quibell, the man shot and killed an elk on opening day, but as soon as he saw Quibell, he took off his blaze orange vest and decided to hightail it out of the area. Thinking this was suspicious, Quibell called the DWR and agreed to help officers track down the poacher. What he didn’t know was that the poacher later turned himself in, leading officials to charge him with a lesser crime: unlawful taking. According to the other man, the entire incident was an accident and he did not mean to shoot the elk.

Either way, Quibell could not receive a free tag because of the lesser charge. He did receive a $1,000 cash prize, but said that he ultimately was disappointed by the decision. As like many states, Utah hunters must apply in a drawing before possibly being awarded with an elk tag.

For once-in-a-lifetime hunts, such as for bighorn sheep, turning in a poacher is one of the few ways for a hunter to get their hands on a tag.

“The Division sometimes offers reward permits when poached animals are once-in-a-lifetime species or big game animals on limited-entry areas. To receive one of these permits, you must be eligible to receive the permit, and you must provide information that leads to a poacher’s arrest and successful prosecution for wanton destruction of wildlife,” the DWR stated.

Additionally, officials advise hunters to never try and stop a poacher themselves. Instead, witnesses should call the DWR and report what happened. Information such as the appearance of the suspect, weapons used, details on their vehicle, and physical evidence are especially useful.

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  • disqus_bvzyOg5eso

    Or they could have offered the elk to him!!!

  • NorthernMichiganBoy

    Sounds like a bit of Quid Pro Quo to me. I don’t like the idea myself. Can see many issues coming out of it.

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      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

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      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

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      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

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      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

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      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

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      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

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      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

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      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

    • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Why? People should be rewarded for turning in poachers or reporting any crime. The only ones that would like this would be poachers

  • NorthernMichiganBoy

    Sounds like a bit of Quid Pro Quo to me. I don’t like the idea myself. Can see many issues coming out of it.

  • NorthernMichiganBoy

    Sounds like a bit of Quid Pro Quo to me. I don’t like the idea myself. Can see many issues coming out of it.

  • NorthernMichiganBoy

    Sounds like a bit of Quid Pro Quo to me. I don’t like the idea myself. Can see many issues coming out of it.

  • NorthernMichiganBoy

    Sounds like a bit of Quid Pro Quo to me. I don’t like the idea myself. Can see many issues coming out of it.

  • NorthernMichiganBoy

    Sounds like a bit of Quid Pro Quo to me. I don’t like the idea myself. Can see many issues coming out of it.

  • NorthernMichiganBoy

    Sounds like a bit of Quid Pro Quo to me. I don’t like the idea myself. Can see many issues coming out of it.

  • NorthernMichiganBoy

    Sounds like a bit of Quid Pro Quo to me. I don’t like the idea myself. Can see many issues coming out of it.

  • NorthernMichiganBoy

    Sounds like a bit of Quid Pro Quo to me. I don’t like the idea myself. Can see many issues coming out of it.

  • NorthernMichiganBoy

    Sounds like a bit of Quid Pro Quo to me. I don’t like the idea myself. Can see many issues coming out of it.

  • NorthernMichiganBoy

    Sounds like a bit of Quid Pro Quo to me. I don’t like the idea myself. Can see many issues coming out of it.

  • NorthernMichiganBoy

    Sounds like a bit of Quid Pro Quo to me. I don’t like the idea myself. Can see many issues coming out of it.

  • Pistolero

    So let me get this straight:
    I turn in a poacher
    I lead the cops to him
    The prosecutor lets the bad guy plead to a lesser charge, OR
    The prosecutor is too inept to get a conviction at trial.
    I get punished because my information didn’t lead to a conviction? Typical government “logic”.

  • Pistolero

    So let me get this straight:
    I turn in a poacher
    I lead the cops to him
    The prosecutor lets the bad guy plead to a lesser charge, OR
    The prosecutor is too inept to get a conviction at trial.
    I get punished because my information didn’t lead to a conviction? Typical government “logic”.

  • Pistolero

    So let me get this straight:
    I turn in a poacher
    I lead the cops to him
    The prosecutor lets the bad guy plead to a lesser charge, OR
    The prosecutor is too inept to get a conviction at trial.
    I get punished because my information didn’t lead to a conviction? Typical government “logic”.

  • Pistolero

    So let me get this straight:
    I turn in a poacher
    I lead the cops to him
    The prosecutor lets the bad guy plead to a lesser charge, OR
    The prosecutor is too inept to get a conviction at trial.
    I get punished because my information didn’t lead to a conviction? Typical government “logic”.

  • Pistolero

    So let me get this straight:
    I turn in a poacher
    I lead the cops to him
    The prosecutor lets the bad guy plead to a lesser charge, OR
    The prosecutor is too inept to get a conviction at trial.
    I get punished because my information didn’t lead to a conviction? Typical government “logic”.

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  • Pistolero

    So let me get this straight:
    I turn in a poacher
    I lead the cops to him
    The prosecutor lets the bad guy plead to a lesser charge, OR
    The prosecutor is too inept to get a conviction at trial.
    I get punished because my information didn’t lead to a conviction? Typical government “logic”.

  • Pistolero

    So let me get this straight:
    I turn in a poacher
    I lead the cops to him
    The prosecutor lets the bad guy plead to a lesser charge, OR
    The prosecutor is too inept to get a conviction at trial.
    I get punished because my information didn’t lead to a conviction? Typical government “logic”.

  • Pistolero

    So let me get this straight:
    I turn in a poacher
    I lead the cops to him
    The prosecutor lets the bad guy plead to a lesser charge, OR
    The prosecutor is too inept to get a conviction at trial.
    I get punished because my information didn’t lead to a conviction? Typical government “logic”.

  • Pistolero

    So let me get this straight:
    I turn in a poacher
    I lead the cops to him
    The prosecutor lets the bad guy plead to a lesser charge, OR
    The prosecutor is too inept to get a conviction at trial.
    I get punished because my information didn’t lead to a conviction? Typical government “logic”.

  • Pistolero

    So let me get this straight:
    I turn in a poacher
    I lead the cops to him
    The prosecutor lets the bad guy plead to a lesser charge, OR
    The prosecutor is too inept to get a conviction at trial.
    I get punished because my information didn’t lead to a conviction? Typical government “logic”.

  • Pistolero

    So let me get this straight:
    I turn in a poacher
    I lead the cops to him
    The prosecutor lets the bad guy plead to a lesser charge, OR
    The prosecutor is too inept to get a conviction at trial.
    I get punished because my information didn’t lead to a conviction? Typical government “logic”.

  • Pistolero

    So let me get this straight:
    I turn in a poacher
    I lead the cops to him
    The prosecutor lets the bad guy plead to a lesser charge, OR
    The prosecutor is too inept to get a conviction at trial.
    I get punished because my information didn’t lead to a conviction? Typical government “logic”.

  • Pistolero

    So let me get this straight:
    I turn in a poacher
    I lead the cops to him
    The prosecutor lets the bad guy plead to a lesser charge, OR
    The prosecutor is too inept to get a conviction at trial.
    I get punished because my information didn’t lead to a conviction? Typical government “logic”.

  • Pistolero

    So let me get this straight:
    I turn in a poacher
    I lead the cops to him
    The prosecutor lets the bad guy plead to a lesser charge, OR
    The prosecutor is too inept to get a conviction at trial.
    I get punished because my information didn’t lead to a conviction? Typical government “logic”.

  • Pistolero

    So let me get this straight:
    I turn in a poacher
    I lead the cops to him
    The prosecutor lets the bad guy plead to a lesser charge, OR
    The prosecutor is too inept to get a conviction at trial.
    I get punished because my information didn’t lead to a conviction? Typical government “logic”.

  • Pistolero

    So let me get this straight:
    I turn in a poacher
    I lead the cops to him
    The prosecutor lets the bad guy plead to a lesser charge, OR
    The prosecutor is too inept to get a conviction at trial.
    I get punished because my information didn’t lead to a conviction? Typical government “logic”.

  • Pistolero

    So let me get this straight:
    I turn in a poacher
    I lead the cops to him
    The prosecutor lets the bad guy plead to a lesser charge, OR
    The prosecutor is too inept to get a conviction at trial.
    I get punished because my information didn’t lead to a conviction? Typical government “logic”.

  • Pistolero

    So let me get this straight:
    I turn in a poacher
    I lead the cops to him
    The prosecutor lets the bad guy plead to a lesser charge, OR
    The prosecutor is too inept to get a conviction at trial.
    I get punished because my information didn’t lead to a conviction? Typical government “logic”.

  • Pistolero

    So let me get this straight:
    I turn in a poacher
    I lead the cops to him
    The prosecutor lets the bad guy plead to a lesser charge, OR
    The prosecutor is too inept to get a conviction at trial.
    I get punished because my information didn’t lead to a conviction? Typical government “logic”.

  • FairisFair

    They should give him a tag

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    They should give him a tag

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    They should give him a tag

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    They should give him a tag

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    They should give him a tag

  • FairisFair

    They should give him a tag

  • FairisFair

    They should give him a tag

  • FairisFair

    They should give him a tag

  • FairisFair

    They should give him a tag

  • FairisFair

    They should give him a tag

  • FairisFair

    They should give him a tag

  • FairisFair

    They should give him a tag

  • FairisFair

    They should give him a tag

  • FairisFair

    They should give him a tag

  • FairisFair

    They should give him a tag

  • FairisFair

    They should give him a tag

  • FairisFair

    They should give him a tag

  • FairisFair

    They should give him a tag

  • FairisFair

    They should give him a tag

  • FairisFair

    They should give him a tag

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • Shocked_and_Amazed✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I think they just destroyed their credibility with the public. This is typical government malfeasance

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • art frewin

    well all I know is the police in the state appear to be no help for anything. just my dealings with salt lake city chief, he even stop my emailing him. the county has been pretty lame also. maybe I just get all the aholes. they also have a snitch in their midst. even if you thought I was crazy you would think they might investigate. I guess they can’t miss their coffee breaks and making sure someone does not park illegally. we first need to get rid of the salt lake city police chief. that would be a good start. the mayor was not much help either. gee I thought they were working for us, what a mistake.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.

  • Jared Baker

    So why turn in a poacher? I know it is the logical and ethical way to stop these idiots from ruining our rights to hunt, but then why waste your time on someone else when the wildlife law enforcement lures you in with their political BS and promises. It is hard enough to get a tag here in this state but when you are promised a tag, then you should get what they offer for your time and effort doing their job for them. Our DWR here in Utah is seriously lacking the intelligence to manage wildlife. In the 80’s there was a system in place that when you hunted you would be successful and there was an abundance of wild game. Then over the years the office was taking the funds from wildlife management and using it for other things like road maintenance. Now you can’t hunt without spending a fortune for a hunt on some property that is now leased. The public land is over hunted, and they sell way to many out of state tags, and don’t charge enough. So when someone is poaching it is probably so they can feed their family or a really bad lack in judgement trying to get that game before someone else gets it first. I don not condone poaching, I am an ethical hunter. The promise made should be kept by any one or any office that puts up these rewards for our efforts in helping to stop any illegal act on our future to continue hunting and keeping these wildlife officials using these acts as reasons to continue to hike up the price for a tag.