Keep Wolf River WMA Unit 1 Rifle Free
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Wolf River WMA has been a wildlife sanctuary for small game hunters and bow hunters alike. It is also home of the scenic Ghost River where many people enjoy canoeing and kayaking.
One thing that has made Wolf River stand out is that besides small game, it is THE ONLY place dedicated to primitive weapons alone. A place that bow hunters value and respect. A place that they hold dear to their heart.
When rifle season starts at other WMAs, the Wolf River is the only safe place to continue rabbit and bow hunting along with the ability to teach youth the art of bow hunting without the worry of high powered rifles being fired all around.
It is a place where the wardens work continuously to cater to the small game and primitive hunters.
The thought of high powered rifles at Wolf River will not only destroy the sanctuary as we know it but it will also be unsafe for the people that kayak or canoe along the Ghost River, for bow hunters and for our youth bow hunters.
There are many places to enjoy rifle season, but there is only one special place dedicated to an all season primitive hunt.
Rifle season at the Wolf River was never considered until Commissioner Cox sold land to the TWRA. The following year Commissioner Cox was pushing for it to change and open it for rifle season without the consideration of the TWRA.
We ask all of those in office to please consider the small game hunters, the people that want to primitive hunt all season as well as the future bow hunters. Above all else, please reconsider because of how big of a safety issue this will become.
Please do not allow rifle hunting at this beautiful primitive paradise.
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