150k loss?Contributors to this thread:
According to a "white paper" report from the wvdnr in 2014 or 2016, lowering the buck limit from 3 to 2 would result in a net revenue loss estimated at $150,000.
So why are we arguing about the sky falling? We need to look outside of the box.
Edit: The white paper was in the 2016 flood and kept in a shed so it has obvious wear.
Well the DNR isn't going to lose money
They lose license sales money almost every year.
Yea that's why they won't reduce the buck kill. And a doubling of our already low license fee would correct that.