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    I'm not saying it's cheap to hunt, I'm saying you can't ignore that regular beef is now $10-20/lb so anything you can do to take a dent out of that is useful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waterloomike View Post
    Whether intended or unintended, a consequence of gun regulations is that the poor can find it extremely prohibitive to hunt, due to the cost.

    So economics will enter into the equation.
    Hunting license for non-residents is $160 in NS, plus the $50-80 leaving pei cost, along with gas. My uncle no longer is guiding after this year, so I might not even go deer hunting next year, despite hunting in NS for the last decade(for at least a week a year in the woods, not road hunting), and owning a camper to use, it wouldn't be legal for me to go by myself.
    I think that's stupid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lone-wolf View Post
    ... it wouldn't be legal for me to go by myself.
    I think that's stupid.
    Wait, what?!?
    Don't blame me, I didn't vote for that clown. Oct 20, '15

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    Quote Originally Posted by lone-wolf View Post
    Hunting license for non-residents is $160 in NS, plus the $50-80 leaving pei cost, along with gas. My uncle no longer is guiding after this year, so I might not even go deer hunting next year, despite hunting in NS for the last decade(for at least a week a year in the woods, not road hunting), and owning a camper to use, it wouldn't be legal for me to go by myself.
    I think that's stupid.
    It is stupid. Even in holy ontario you can go by yourself.

    Also it shows just how much the liberals hate the poor, although it often is overlooked.

    They really hate them if they want to get by on their own.

    Hell, they hate everybody that wants to get by on their own.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rory McCanuck View Post
    Wait, what?!?
    non-residents require a guide.

    to hunt in Nova Scotia non-resident hunters (see Definition Resident/Nonresident ) require:

    -either; proof of having taken a sanctioned Hunter Education course in their normal province or state of residence or,a valid Hunting licence issued in the last 5 years, or a valid Nova Scotia Non-Resident Wildlife Resources Card (see http://novascotia.ca/natr/hunt/wresourcescard.asp)
    -valid Nova Scotia Non-resident Hunting Licence
    -Wildlife Habitat Stamp (acquired at time of purchase of Hunting Licence)
    -Licenced Guide or a resident (over 19) who has obtained a Special Permit to Guide.
    -any federal permits or licences applicable to carrying a firearm and or to pursue federally regulated wildlife. People travelling to Nova Scotia from outside of Canada must also meet the requirements under the Canadian Firearms legislation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lone-wolf View Post
    non-residents require a guide.
    Ah, reading comprehension fail today. I blame overindulgence in roast bird hangover.
    Maybe there's an opportunity for you to take over the business?
    No one says you actually have to make any money at it, right?
    Don't blame me, I didn't vote for that clown. Oct 20, '15

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rory McCanuck View Post
    Ah, reading comprehension fail today. I blame overindulgence in roast bird hangover.
    Maybe there's an opportunity for you to take over the business?
    No one says you actually have to make any money at it, right?
    He was just doing it as family(special permit to guide), not a business.
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    I hunt because my Grandfather hunted and my dad did a little bit and a lot of other family members did also. I do it a little still but I have to shoot a doe now to be able to eat it anymore as bucks seem to be hard eating now for me. No elk around here as I liked that when I could get it. I used to love duck but the last two I shot sucked. I can still eat a goose as friends shoot me one once in a while.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenwp View Post
    I hunt because my Grandfather hunted and my dad did a little bit and a lot of other family members did also. I do it a little still but I have to shoot a doe now to be able to eat it anymore as bucks seem to be hard eating now for me. No elk around here as I liked that when I could get it. I used to love duck but the last two I shot sucked. I can still eat a goose as friends shoot me once in a while.
    hmmm.................friends you say.


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    I come from a long line of hunters, it's part of my culture and heritage. I love being out, have mentored literally dozens of new hunters over the years and everyone who knows us knows if they eat at our house it's most likely game.

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