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Old 11-13-2020, 11:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Due to Covid restrictions the expo will be a virtual expo this year.

I just saw it announced on the KSL Outdoors Show Facebook page. The 200 tags will still be up for grabs. This kinda sucks. I actually look forward to going each year and gawking at the gear and mounts. Oh well, maybe this shat will be over with in time for the 2022 expo......right?.....RIGHT?!?!?!
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Covid19 wont go away anymore than the normal flu virus's have gone away.

In the entire history of the world, only two have ever been fully eradicated: Smallpox and Rinderpest in animals. Covid19 is here to stay, forever...

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Covid19 wont go away anymore than the normal flu virus's have gone away.

In the entire history of the world, only two have ever been fully eradicated: Smallpox and Rinderpest in animals. Covid19 is here to stay, forever...

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Dallan your wrong!! As soon as Biden takes office, it will disappear and be done with forever. LOL Isn't that why he got the votes???
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If this political cycle has taught us anything, its that virtually all politicians are idiots.

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The 200 tags will still be up for grabs.
Can you imagine the odds for these tags without an in-person validation requirement? They should just put them back into the public draw for the year. It's going to be a joke. (check that..."an even bigger joke")
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Old 11-13-2020, 01:42 PM   #6 (permalink)
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The best part of this is that if you go to the hunt expo website, this pop up is the first thing you see. Looks like they need a few more million in “conservation” checks before they can update the website with current info.
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Can you imagine the odds for these tags without an in-person validation requirement? They should just put them back into the public draw for the year. It's going to be a joke. (check that..."an even bigger joke")
Once they generate 2-10X the revenue from the applications, it may never go back to in-person validation.

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They should just put them back into the public draw for the year.



They're as likely to do that as they are to give a higher percentage of money back to the DWR due to the absence of expo overhead from not holding a live event this year.

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Old 11-13-2020, 03:22 PM   #9 (permalink)
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I'm not giving any money to the "crooked group". As mentioned..... The chance of drawing will be ten fold against the applicant. At least this way they can set their algorithm to favor the "big shots" anyway.
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