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Wisconsin NRB & DNR, Not Political, TRUST ME!!!!!!

9/10/21 @ 9:07 AM
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12/29/22 @ 8:43 PM
User since 2/16/17

Now maybe Naas. Someone who wants to decimate the deer herd up north. Give doe tags by the handful.Great choice for hunters. Yeah right. Goes right along with the clueless DNR when it comes to ineptly managing deer.

12/29/22 @ 9:28 AM
User since 2/28/13


And the taxpayers pay for the antics.  

12/24/22 @ 12:23 PM
User since 10/4/02

Sure looks political to me. Don't really know how you can mention these two and not have it be political. How about the new Wolf Management Plan?

12/24/22 @ 10:54 AM
User since 2/22/07

Saw an interview with Voss yesterday, by the sound of it the legislature is beginning to move toward opening up dialog with the governor's office. It's about time the two sides begin to at least talk to each other. Evers was re-elected, he's not going anywhere for 4 more years. I think the taxpayers on both sides of the aisle deserve that.

12/24/22 @ 9:07 AM
User since 12/14/12

From Wisconsin State Journal, story posted 2 hours ago:

Prehn's replacement is one of dozens of Evers appointees the Senate refused to confirm. But after Evers won reelection in November, Republican Senate Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu said he expected the Evers picks to receive up or down votes next year. 

12/24/22 @ 8:05 AM
User since 2/28/13

I have a gut feeling that there is more to the story.  With his adamant refusal to step down all this time, Why all of a sudden and why  Now????????????    

Just maybe, somebody has enough dirt on him, that he thinks to get out while the getting is good.  

12/23/22 @ 6:16 PM
User since 7/6/09

The politicization of the NRB began in 1995 when the venerable Gov. Tommy Thompson succeeded in making the DNR secretary a cabinet position.  From that point forward, environmental policy in WI has been shaped largely by the governing administrations.

12/23/22 @ 5:44 PM
User since 2/22/07

Well Merry Christmas,  Fred Prehn resigns effective 12/30. Good riddance. 

10/5/22 @ 2:33 AM
User since 7/3/01

I also have no political affiliation.  

Sharon Adams reminds me of Julie Anderson.   

10/4/22 @ 6:39 PM
Fin Bender
Fin Bender
User since 9/16/11

Remember when Jim Doyle raided the WI DNR habitat stamp funds and attempted to shift that money into the general fund to expand social programs? Wasn't that fun? I really don't care what a persons party affiliation is, just that they do what's best for sportsmen. It's blatantly obvious who those are in the current situation, and for those of you asking, no, it's not Sharon Adams.

10/4/22 @ 3:34 PM
User since 7/3/01

Things swing left and right.  Until they do not.

In the case of the NRB, the GOP refuses to let the pendulum swing at at.   For the GOP, it is better to have a broken, disfunctional NRB than to have one with DNC majority.

I cannot remember the DNC using the same tactic.   Feel free to document if they did.

Placing party above country is, in my mind, sedition.

10/4/22 @ 3:01 PM
User since 3/18/08

“So.....blah, blah, blah......complain, complain, complain....”


When the pendulum eventually swings to the left (and it will) and the Democrats do this exact thing (and they will) because precedent has been set, I wonder how many on here will let their memory remind them of how they supported this behavior.  Well, most won’t remember due to their constant complaining they will certainly be doing…..

Naas is a hunter (probably hunted longer than others on here).  She hunts deer.  If the Senate would meet to discuss her credentials (i.e do their jobs), they will support her and approve the appointment.  Mr. Prehn can go back home and enjoy more time in the woods pursuing deer hunting.  He can do that because deer hunting isn’t going to go away or get worse just because of Naas or West.  Good grief.

The distasteful behavior that is happening here is bigger than deer hunting. 

10/4/22 @ 11:37 AM
Fin Bender
Fin Bender
User since 9/16/11

Just sit back and imagine the deer slaughter that would occur under a West - Naas controlled NRB. Let that sink-in a little bit.

Let your memory remind you about how West recently concocted and proposed a system where hunters would get paid cash money $ to kill deer.

Let your memory remind you about how Naas totally ignored the input of sportsmen and hunters while she was a higher-up CDAC member. She's also on record saying hunter's input on the deer herd is inconsequential. She believes in giving out liberal amounts of Northwoods doe tags even when faced with dwindling deer populations.  

So.....blah, blah, blah......complain, complain, complain.... The highest court in the state has confirmed that current law is being followed RE: the Prehn situation. Accept it. Wisconsin hunters are being supported and still have a voice under current NRB management.

10/3/22 @ 7:22 PM
User since 7/3/01


10/3/22 @ 3:36 PM
User since 12/20/12

Geez prj, chill out. I was agreeing with your originally posted sentiments and further stating that DNR is not Lilly white with their involvement in these political shenanigans.  If it's OK with you, I'll stand by that interpretation. 

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