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January 23, 2007

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Humane Society Apparently Behind Idaho's Camo Day

You may have heard about Idaho’s recent Camo Day, in which hordes of camo-clad sportsmen showed up in the capital city ostensibly to remind politicians of their clout as a voting block. But in his Black Bear Blog, Tom Remington has sniffs out who and what was really behind this event. Check it out, here.

Comments

Matt Mallery

Real hunters oppose canned hunts. If this article is trying to make me angry, it did. It makes me angry at the writer for thinking that any hunter would support the "right" of a ranch to run canned hunts. Credit to the sportsmen who showed up for camo day.




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