(BIVN) – Big Island hunting advocates want state officials to go back to the drawing board on its 2010 Game Management Plan.
During the January 28 meeting of the Hawaii County Game Management Advisory Commission in Hilo, chair Tom Lodge said he and fellow commissioners said they are unhappy with how the plan has evolved under the DLNR’s revisions.
According to Lodge, the original plan by the working group “has been extensively modified without notation of where changes were made” and “as presented, the chopped up version of the original document is incoherent and unreadable.”
“The politically-correct insertions provide no discernible benefit to management of the the game resource,” Lodge wrote in his observations.
by Big Island Video News
HILO, Hawaii - The Hawaii County Game Management Advisory Commission is not happy with changes to the Hawaii Island Game Management Plan.