NANFA-- wardens/ harder out west

R.W.Wolff (
Sat, 25 Sep 1999 18:29:04 -0500

I was out collecting dace with my daughter this morning at Sandhill. Out
of a no access trail came a blazer. it was a game warden. He was very
freindly and came over to see what I was doing. He told me some areas of
the ditch that were good to find minnows in. He also commented on the
water being so low that I would need some luck to catch any. I'm sure he
was busy with small game and bow hunters, but was very nice about my "bait
catching". I of course started out by being up front and cordial with him.
I think this goes a long ways when you meet up with authority in the
field. This is another "notch on my belt" with meeting a warden that
tunred out pleasant. Maybe the conservation people out west need to come
here and take lessons on how to get along with outdoors people.

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