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Losing Rammel no loss to Idaho elk, hunters

Rex Rammell, right, and his son Jake attempt to move elk that escaped from Rammell’s hunting reserve in September 2006. Rammell recaptured 61 animals; hunters killed 43 of them. Thirty-one were never caught. (Associated Press)
Rex Rammell, right, and his son Jake attempt to move elk that escaped from Rammell’s hunting reserve in September 2006. Rammell recaptured 61 animals; hunters killed 43 of them. Thirty-one were never caught. (Associated Press)

WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT — It's one thing to be an anti-government blowhard. 

It's another thing to be detrimental to Idaho's public resources and the state's very valuable wild elk herds.

Good riddance, Rex Rammel.

See the story here, and we hope it's the last we hear of him.




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