John Harrigan: Time to do what's right for the loon's haunting call in the night
I'm thinking here of when a lot of duck hunters had to shelve lead in favor of steel. And even further back, when we had to stop thinking about a line of demarcation for hunting seasons north and south, which was replaced by 13-something hunting zones that help Fish and Game (and hunters) do what's right for the resource. And then there was the time when, with Bandy Siegler's leadership, hunters and writers (that would be me) teamed up to get rid of the bobcat bounty.
Time to step up, I think, and get rid of the old and the bad, and do what's right for the resource, which is what that loon's call in the evening air is all about.
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