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Old 02-19-2021, 05:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2020 big game harvest data now online

We've just posted the big game harvest data for 2020. We had some delays this year because of COVID-related staffing problems at the survey call center. Thank you all for your patience!
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Old 02-19-2021, 07:01 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Haha I love it. Countless businesses, organizations, state and federal agencies can conduct meetings every day, successfully and efficiently through phone calls and zoom meetings, but our DWR call center can’t do it because of “COVID”. What a convenient excuse. And once the data is collected, they can’t even sort and organize the hunts for their weapon types in the report, they just throw out “LE, OIL or CWMU. Great work!
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Old 02-19-2021, 07:10 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Thank you for your hard work in getting this information out!
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Old 02-19-2021, 07:49 PM   #4 (permalink)
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And once the data is collected, they can’t even sort and organize the hunts for their weapon types in the report, they just throw out “LE, OIL or CWMU. Great work!


Sounds like if someone gave you a Million Dollars you'd complain about it because it wasn't wrapped with a green bow. At least its out.
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And once the data is collected, they can’t even sort and organize the hunts for their weapon types in the report, they just throw out “LE, OIL or CWMU. Great work!


Sounds like if someone gave you a Million Dollars you'd complain about it because it wasn't wrapped with a green bow. At least its out.
Yeah it’s garbage, and probably not 100% accurate. But at least they threw something together. It’s great that the peasants have dates and deadlines we are held to and expected to abide by, with our info expected to be 100% accurate. If it’s not accurate or on time, there are penalties. they don’t care what our excuses may be if we miss a dead line or our information is incorrect, but the kings and queens aren’t expected to follow the same accuracy or timeline.
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Old 02-19-2021, 09:11 PM   #6 (permalink)
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I know that for my business personally COVID has had a real and challenging impact. Any business has a budget for payroll and a certain amount of associates, when someone is out for 2 weeks it can really hurt because you don’t have a bunch of back up.

Now some may say well why don’t you have more associates... great question and I will answer it 2 fold

1. Because you don’t want to pay more for your product
2. Because associates don’t like to work 5 hrs/week hoping that someone gets sick and their hours get bumped up (twisted way of staffing anyways)

Some may say well why don’t you hire more right now? Let me answer 2 fold again

1. Unemployment benefits and stimulus checks are keeping people away from jobs more than encouraging them to work
2. By the time someone new has been interviewed, hired and trained the sick associates are back on track (hopefully)

I know that COVID has been challenging for all of us, and some may use it as an excuse, but for most of the part I think we all need to be thankful for what does go right and in this case for the info given.


Lastly some of the other business that pivoted “smoother” are usually those with huge financial incentive. Don’t think that many are on board with paying more for tags or tax to pay more to $17 associates or even bonuses.

Just my 2cts
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Don’t think that many are on board with paying more for tags or tax to pay more to $17 associates or even bonuses.

Just my 2cts
With as quickly as they are to give away public tags for a “conservation” expo every year, you’d think they’d take some of that bribe money and invest it into a better online license purchasing app, call center, poaching hotline and data collection... after all, those all play in to being allowed to steal more public tags the following year. Money isnt the issue. Between taxes, grants, tag fees, application fees, donations and conservation money... if they they had money for new trucks, atvs, etc. every year, they have money to invest towards improving the roots of all this. Yet, somehow every year they seem to find “better” ways to spend it.
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Even in the golden age of time, someone undoubtedly complained everything looked too yellow . . .

Amy - thanks for posting the link!
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Moose has been on pretty good behavior recently. This is him just balancing his universe.
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Old 02-19-2021, 10:22 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Alright, who done it? Hahahahahaha

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