That sucks - should they lose their guiding privileges?
Seems like a 'yes' to me, can't imagine the MPGA would want that to be how things go.
Perhaps a note to them is in order.
We, as a community, can't afford to lose hunting access due to misbehavior like this.
Not to derail, but I was involved in the recovery of a tracking collar in VT that was on a 4.5 year old bull (collared as a calf). Obviously he died, so there was perhaps an illness, but his rack looked like one that should have been on a 2.5 y/o. I think there is some suspicion that dealing...