The Price County CDAC met for the last time this year on Thursday, April 23, to go over public comment received and make a final recommendation on the antlerless harvest permits issued for the 2015 hunting season.
Approximately 70 people filled out the online questionnaire, while 50 people completed the written survey. Only one member of the public attended the actual meeting on April 23.
In the written comments received, there was a running concern over predator numbers, which (according to the comments) many of the commenters feel are rising and doing damage to the deer herd. Commenters seemed divided between youth, disabled, and veterans receiving doe tags (a topic the CDAC meeting has no control over), with several stating absolutely no doe permits should be issued for anyone, including members of those groups.