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Posted: 12/12/2012 6:34 PM

Are you kidding me?? 


Last edited 12/13/2012 4:26 AM by CatacombsUSA

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Posted: 12/12/2012 6:39 PM

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I hope you aren't referencing yourself...
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Posted: 12/12/2012 6:43 PM

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It has been a while since I have been hunting in WV but, the last time I checked that was one of the laws. So he should have been cited. The Law is the Law.
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Posted: 12/12/2012 6:44 PM

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DNR guy is a Marshall fan
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Posted: 12/12/2012 6:45 PM

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bring back the crazy drunk girl Mountaineer

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Posted: 12/12/2012 6:46 PM

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Obviously it is for safety reasons, but it appears this is more for spite.  I am NOT a hunter (I don't hunt) but the timing of this is poor and they are piling on the mascot after he agreed not to hunt with the musket. 

The spirit of a Mountaineer

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Posted: 12/12/2012 6:48 PM

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You're correct it is for safety reasons.
CatacombsUSA wrote: Obviously it is for safety reasons, but it appears this is more for spite.  I am NOT a hunter (I don't hunt) but the timing of this is poor and they are piling on the mascot after he agreed to hunt with the musket. 

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Posted: 12/12/2012 6:57 PM

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CatacombsUSA wrote: Obviously it is for safety reasons, but it appears this is more for spite.  I am NOT a hunter (I don't hunt) but the timing of this is poor and they are piling on the mascot after he agreed to hunt with the musket. 

Well, if the DNR was there, he would have cited him then, but he wasn't. All the blame goes on Kimble. He was dumb enough to not wear any orange in the first place, then he was even more dumb to post it up for everyone to see.

And to say that "they" are piling on after he agreed "not" to hunt with the musket isn't a fair statement, since WVU asked him to not hunt with that gun and it was the DNR who cited him for not wearing the proper clothes. WVU and the DNR are not related.

Again, nobody is at fault here but Kimble.



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Posted: 12/12/2012 7:10 PM

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When will these kids learn videos will come back to haunt you?
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Posted: 12/12/2012 7:12 PM

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bring back the crazy drunk girl Mountaineer

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Worse Mountaineer in history.
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Posted: 12/12/2012 7:17 PM

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magneto4 wrote: bring back the crazy drunk girl Mountaineer
Maybe she can bring some good luck to the football and basketball teams.
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Posted: 12/12/2012 7:47 PM

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Dopey71182 wrote:
CatacombsUSA wrote: Obviously it is for safety reasons, but it appears this is more for spite.  I am NOT a hunter (I don't hunt) but the timing of this is poor and they are piling on the mascot after he agreed to hunt with the musket. 

Well, if the DNR was there, he would have cited him then, but he wasn't. All the blame goes on Kimble. He was dumb enough to not wear any orange in the first place, then he was even more dumb to post it up for everyone to see.

And to say that "they" are piling on after he agreed "not" to hunt with the musket isn't a fair statement, since WVU asked him to not hunt with that gun and it was the DNR who cited him for not wearing the proper clothes. WVU and the DNR are not related.

Again, nobody is at fault here but Kimble.
Hate to disagree, but they are kin folk. They're both governed by the State of WV. But, I will agree, they're not piling it on, the DNR just happened to view the hard evidence of the video posting and acted accordingly. No difference than kids video taping themselves doing illegal acts and posting on youtube and then being cited or arrested by the police.
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Posted: 12/12/2012 7:49 PM

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mountains38 wrote:

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bring back the crazy drunk girl Mountaineer

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Worse Mountaineer in history.
Jealous she can do more push-ups than you?

Although I think you're the worst around here.

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Posted: 12/12/2012 8:22 PM

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400 sq inches of blaze orange is required during any type of fire arms season for deer. The day of Kimble's hunt fell on the first day of deer muzzle loader season therefor he was required to wear blaze orange and he didn't. The citation was warranted.
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Posted: 12/12/2012 10:53 PM

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fishbowlguy wrote:
yidio10 wrote:
magneto4 wrote: bring back the crazy drunk girl Mountaineer
Maybe she can bring some good luck to the football and basketball teams.
As long as she doesnt give them the clap.....
I lol'ed

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Posted: 12/13/2012 5:07 AM

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Maybe, he should have been smart enough to not get videoed breaking the law.
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Posted: 12/13/2012 11:42 AM

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Is it true that he shot the bear out of a tree after it was chased up there by dogs?  If so, he deserves a fine just for being that lame.  He might as well hire a team of professionals to capture the bear, hogtie it, and then have him come shoot the bear in the back of the head, execution style.
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Posted: 12/13/2012 12:21 PM

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WVDave34 wrote: Is it true that he shot the bear out of a tree after it was chased up there by dogs?  If so, he deserves a fine just for being that lame.  He might as well hire a team of professionals to capture the bear, hogtie it, and then have him come shoot the bear in the back of the head, execution style.
There are two strategies to hunt black bear.  Either you develop a pattern with them by setting up a bait pile, or you release the dogs on them and eventually they climb a tree and you shoot them in the tree.  It seems a lot of people don't understand this.  Big grizzly bears are hunted in a "spot and stalk" manner, where you follow them from a distance inching closer until a shot presents itself.  This is not done with black bears, as they are different animals and are not easy to spot and stalk. 

I'm not a bear hunter, but I am an avid hunter and know a little about the subject matter.  Personally, I would not shoot a black bear with either method, as I just don't see the sport in it.  But, that's how its done and a lot of people enjoy it. 

FYI- Mountain Lions are usually hunted in the same manner.  Release the dogs, tree the cat, shoot the cat.

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Posted: 12/13/2012 1:02 PM

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WVDave34 wrote: Is it true that he shot the bear out of a tree after it was chased up there by dogs?  If so, he deserves a fine just for being that lame.  He might as well hire a team of professionals to capture the bear, hogtie it, and then have him come shoot the bear in the back of the head, execution style.
There are two strategies to hunt black bear.  Either you develop a pattern with them by setting up a bait pile, or you release the dogs on them and eventually they climb a tree and you shoot them in the tree.  It seems a lot of people don't understand this.  Big grizzly bears are hunted in a "spot and stalk" manner, where you follow them from a distance inching closer until a shot presents itself.  This is not done with black bears, as they are different animals and are not easy to spot and stalk. 

I'm not a bear hunter, but I am an avid hunter and know a little about the subject matter.  Personally, I would not shoot a black bear with either method, as I just don't see the sport in it.  But, that's how its done and a lot of people enjoy it. 

FYI- Mountain Lions are usually hunted in the same manner.  Release the dogs, tree the cat, shoot the cat.

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Good post. Although i dont agree with what you said about not being sport in it. Im not a dog hunter but i have been dog hunting. Coons and bear i enjoyed both. Its not an easy hunt. I don't care for hound hunters at all. Most but not all are total jerks that have no respect for anyone or anything. When i say this i mean bear hunters. Racoon hunters do not fall into this category. Bears have to hunted. Its like anyother game. Overpopulation is not a good thing. Especially for the bears. Take any farmer in western md. Aside and ask him what he thinks of bears
and. Ask him his solution to the problem. He will say. Gut shoot em and let em run off. Md has s season where thy harvest about 60 bears. I easily see that many myself in a year. They r everywhere in garrett co.
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Posted: 12/25/2012 10:31 PM

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WVULax38 wrote:
WVDave34 wrote: Is it true that he shot the bear out of a tree after it was chased up there by dogs?  If so, he deserves a fine just for being that lame.  He might as well hire a team of professionals to capture the bear, hogtie it, and then have him come shoot the bear in the back of the head, execution style.
There are two strategies to hunt black bear.  Either you develop a pattern with them by setting up a bait pile, or you release the dogs on them and eventually they climb a tree and you shoot them in the tree.  It seems a lot of people don't understand this.  Big grizzly bears are hunted in a "spot and stalk" manner, where you follow them from a distance inching closer until a shot presents itself.  This is not done with black bears, as they are different animals and are not easy to spot and stalk. 

I'm not a bear hunter, but I am an avid hunter and know a little about the subject matter.  Personally, I would not shoot a black bear with either method, as I just don't see the sport in it.  But, that's how its done and a lot of people enjoy it. 

FYI- Mountain Lions are usually hunted in the same manner.  Release the dogs, tree the cat, shoot the cat.
In West Virginia, it is illegal to:

"hunt bears with the use of bait"  and

"bait or feed bears at any time".

I know people who hunt bears without dogs, and the methods are similar to deer hunting.  You look for signs and proper habitat, set up your tree stand along bear trails or near possible dens, and wait.
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