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PHRAAC Presentation Bowhunting Opportunity June 2, 2008

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Why UBBC? The United Bowhunters of BC came to be as a consequence of a joint bowhunter\'s meeting with then Minister Barisoff in March 2004 Minister Barisoff demonstrated that if bowhunters would sort out themselves into one voice, then joined together, that voice would be offered chance to be listened.

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Status Quo Many bowhunters in nearby (territorial based) clubs and in the common UBBC, TBBC, and BCAA feel under spoke to The worries, interests, and info that the bowhunting crew need to have heard and considered has verifiably been neglected. Bowhunting needs thought. Gives another road to meet Provincial goals Many seekers appreciate the test of a bow and would like to chase with a bow full time.

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Provincially - Bowhunters Lack a Voice

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Good Ideas? Maybe. No Avenue for Discussion

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Knowledge Based Details

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Current Discussions various BCWF part clubs speaking to a huge bit of the aggregate BCWF participation are strong of the UBBC, TBBC, and BCAA\'s interests in having a voice either through a seat at the PHRAAC table or if nothing else through development of a sub-board of trustees of the BCWF\'s Wildlife Committee. The BCWF President is counseling his official this month and will settle on framing such a board.

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Bowhunter Objectives Support Government\'s childhood enrollment targets Support seeker enlistment Continued natural life protection Increase in "bow just" seasons as a true blue other option to momentum procedures that outcome in lost open door Quality "bow just" seasons Less "focused" methodology than GOS (all the more unwinding) Identify new open doors for untamed life administration Recognize bowhunters are versatile Determine a non-angry way to deal with determining issues essential to chasing and bowhunting. Bowhunting Education

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Bowhunter Objectives Parity If a Regional proposition for another "Bow Only" Full Curl Ram opportunity is turned down in light of the fact that it "might" accept away another\'s open door (Current MOE Special Weapons Policy) then, A GOS whitetail deer doe season would unmistakably trade off any late season bow just open door and ought to be considered on the same premise.

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Recruitment Archery as an outside game draws in non-seekers. No guns course or permit exist as a hindrance to passage. Kids enlist in 3-D Archery shoots every year which gives a rearing ground to new seekers Encourage schools in BC to present arrow based weaponry as a feature of the physical training educational modules Increased enthusiasm inside the bowhunting group to have the IBEP course required BCAA/UBBC are focused on having twelve new educators prepared this date-book year. Making quality bowhunting opportunity will empower maintenance for traverse seekers

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Archery/Bowhunting Favorable passage point for youth Safe Less control (than Firearms) Easier for a non chasing guardian to bolster Use of 3D Youth get to be mindful of the chase Non-seekers may acknowledge Learned abilities and reasoning Healthy way of life

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Youth Winners at the TBBC Championships May 2008

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Archery/Bowhunting Close in movement (extreme) Great fulfillment Places achievement in the experience not the murder Learned aptitudes and rationality Provides for \'Miniaturized scale Management\' open doors Community/Rancher/Wildlife Conflicts (Zone \'X\') Interface zones Cautious beginnings

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Retention Bow just zones and seasons (notwithstanding the GOS) increment the chances of accomplishment. Untamed life is significantly more subtle once guns are presented. More open door = better risk of accomplishment = fulfillment and nothing breeds duty like achievement. Giving more bow just open door will urge bowhunters to stay effectively included. Bowhunting draws in rifle seekers that are searching for a more noteworthy test. Some of those seekers may float away from chasing if a feasible and sensible bowhunting season is not accessible.

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Conservation Bowhunters are ordinarily ardent sportsmen and are focused on protection values. The bowhunting group contribute volunteer hours every year on different territory and natural life ventures Bowhunters invest critical effort in the field and have private information of amusement populaces that ought to be significant to PHRAAC portion board of trustees. Bowhunters don\'t gather a lot of diversion as to impact populaces significantly subsequently expanded bow-just seasons posture little risk. Normal achievement rate is one big game creature in 7 years

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Technological headway - better rifles, more proficient muzzleloaders, quicker bows, variable degrees, and four-wheel drive vehicles - introduced directions, for example, constrained section chasing, street terminations and limited chasing seasons. Every time innovation surges forward, killing untamed life turns into somewhat less demanding, more individuals participate, natural life turn out to be more helpless, and more controls are required. - David Stalling, Space Age Technology, Stone Age Pursuit

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Finally Additional seasons, keeps seekers in the field. An expansion in bowhunting opportunity will tempt youngsters to take an interest and prepared seekers to keep chasing. Bowhunting is a sound way of life option and bows and arrows in schools, and bowhunting open door for all has benefits that go past chasing.

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Some thoughts Hunter Questionnaire No bowhunting information gathered (already consented to with Minister Barisoff (March 2004)) Bowhunter Conservation License (beforehand examined with then Minister Barisoff (March 2004)) Allows for quick catch of information Propose an "obligatory" check box on the chasing permit Rifle/shotgun Bow Both

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Current Status Regional Advisory gatherings have representation from the BCTA, BCWF, GOABC and UBBC. PHRAAC does not PHRAAC meet to evaluate GOS and LEH opportunity. There is no customary/composed evaluation of Bowhunting, the open doors and the effects. Bring the bowhunting group on board, give them the foundation to comprehend, bolster and partake.

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Solution BCWF make an Archery sub-council The Chair of the bows and arrows sub-advisory group might be offered a seat at PHRAAC

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Moving Forward Special Weapons Hunting June 02, 2008

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We allude to it as a Special Weapons Policy & Procedure. What is the issue we are endeavoring to determine with this arrangement? (it must fill a need) What is the goal of this Policy? (… to "backing" new bowhunting opportunity?) Do we have to characterize/elucidate "opportunity"? How would we gauge "opportunity" Are we proposing Policy Is there a chance to change point number 3 of the Policy to bolster the Procedure point 4 (a) "(3) bolster open doors for arrow based weaponry chasing where socially worthy and where there are limitations on the release of guns;" (3) bolster open doors for toxophilism chasing where it will make more seeker open door in harvest delicate situations  and where there are confinements on the release of guns;

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Procedure Clarity, Point 4. "… .if standard general open seasons (GOS) and Limited Entry Hunting (LEH) have been viewed as first… " What do we mean by "considered"? (LEH is a need over toxophilism?) Does that imply that on the off chance that it is not bioligically worthy to have a GOS that we should go to LEH before a bow no one but opportunity can be sought?  What conditions upon LEH must be met or not met that permit a bow just season to be considered? What is implied by the expression… . ...." and it is resolved that an arrow based weaponry season will give most extreme general chasing opportunity while meeting protection needs" With the above explanation, our position – to which we should concur – there is not a lottery driven LEH season today that may give more "general chasing opportunity" in respect to an open bowhunting opportunity.

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Opportunity Potential Loss of Opportunity Does this strategy propose, that if a moose GOS can not be supported, that a LEH season must be considered, before a bowhunting season? Potential to Open another open door Does this strategy recommend that if Gov is hoping to open up a new season and there is a natural worry of over harvest that LEH will be considered, before bowhunting opportunity?

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Impact of Applying the P&P Bow proposition 1) If, there is at present a GOS sheep chase for full twist, is it conceivable to suggest a Full twist sheep chase in the bows and arrows just season? GOS Proposal 2) If a whitetail doe chase is proposed, "if" it is regarded to biologically affect whitetail populaces, will it be considered to negatively affect a late season bow just open door? What\'s more, if so, will it not be supported? 

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