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Friend of mine sent me this video. Said it was taken in E of Somerset NY. I'd say we have a cormorant problem. Hopefully the USFWS gets off their behinds and let's the DEC take some kind of action. 

 

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Friend of mine sent me this video. Said it was taken in E of Somerset NY. I'd say we have a cormorant problem. Hopefully the USFWS gets off their behinds and let's the DEC take some kind of action. 
 

Yea right,good luck with that thought Kevin


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That would be a fun shoot!!

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1 hour ago, brucehookedup said:


Yea right,good luck with that thought Kevin


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Well Bruce, I'm trying to be optimistic because the Feds were looking for public input about cormorant management back in March. Check out Jerry's post back in Feb. The process probably ground to a halt in Washington with the virus, but I'm hoping something, anything, will change this year.

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1 hour ago, Gill-T said:

That would be a fun shoot!!

We could start a "Go Fund Me" campaign for an ammo purchase.   :rofl:

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Has to taste better than lakers


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And put up a better fight. Feathers VS slime is a tough one, they probably poop about the same.


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Wow the DEC has got them under control, NOT. Years past I have seen them lined up from Stoney/Gallo Island all the way to Oswego.

Should be be allowed to have a shotgun on board when the fishing is slow:lol:

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The DEC had a program on the upper Niagara River Islands here  the cormorants nesting there were killing the trees. They used 22 shorts to take them down from trees. Also they vegetable oiled the eggs in the nests..

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