Friday, January 21, 2022

Flashback Friday: Oops! Edition

 Well, well, well, this video is pretty interesting.   The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks August 2020 Board meeting included a discussion of the quarantine  of high-fence enclosures for deer. What is interesting is the enclosures belonged to Brett Favre and Flowood Mayor Gary Rhoads. Check it out. 


Anonymous said...

audio is terrible..........can't make out these names. I do know enclosures are the worst thing to ever hit our state.

Anonymous said...

Must not take much for you to find it 'very interesting' KF. Don't know what's got your panties in a wad about this discussion.

fed up in Jackson said...

I get Brett Farve being able to afford building a high fence enclosure on several hundred+acres.....but where does Gary Rhodes (mayor of flowood) get the kinda money to afford constructing a high fence enclosure?

Anonymous said...

Something about the mayor of Flowood and Brett Favre.

Anonymous said...

Would someone who knows os could have identified the names please respond mentioning those names?

Anonymous said...

4:01 : He gets by with little help from his friends ....fences high with little help from his friends.....

Anonymous said...

Gary Rhoads, Mayor of Flowood. Brett Favre.

Anonymous said...

The only two names I could decipher were Brett Farve and Gary Rhodes. Why either of those are interesting is as hard to determine as it was to finally hear these names in the poor audio.

But just like it was hard to figure what amused Kingfish's rear end with the Clarion Ledger puzzle he threw up earlier this week, guess some folks can find things amusing or interesting for little or no reason.

Anonymous said...

This IS interesting because Gary Rhoads has been nominated by Tater Tot to serve as an MDWFP Commissioner of Wildlife - charged with enforcing wildlife and game laws - which he himself clearly does not and has not followed. Pretty interesting that our non-sportsman Governor appoints a deer farmer who would rather shoot animals in a zoo than hunt like a real man to serve on the commission. Only in Mississippi…

Now we will see what Delbert - who claims to be a real sportsman - has to say about it. He has to confirm him.

Anonymous said...

641, evidently you had a problem hearing - understandably- or comprehending, what this meeting was about.

I did not hear them say that any of the 36 land owners were in violation of any law. This was setting a policy that would require these 36 landowners have to provide certain reporting.

If there were violations, then this video would have something interesting. But this video, of a 2020 meeting (before the Mayor was nominated for the Commission) would have something significant and worthwhile.

But, as was said multiple times, this discussion was about all 36 high fence owners and establishing a policy amendment making a regulation apply to them that they make certain reports

But, you got your shot in against the Governor, so I guess you really don't care if the facts support your premise.

Anonymous said...

There were 36 enclosure that were put on “administrative quarantine” is the really anything to talk about here, only thing I hear is no one knowing on that board what’s going on. Governor appointed Mayor Rhodes, maybe he happened to hear or see this video and decided this board needed help and guidance. Rhodes is a great choice.

Anonymous said...

The commission didn’t even send a letter, put a sign on the facility, or call any of the 36 individuals. I’m sure if you check today most of the 36 have become compliant after they found out. The staff at Mississippi Wildlife is incompetent at best.

Anonymous said...

@9:25pm You obviously only watched 2 minutes not the entire meeting. Go pull the laws. People only get put on Administrative quarantine if they are NOT in compliance with regulations governing high fences. And if they don’t comply with the quarantine requirements their fences are decommissioned. The people on the list, including Favre (big surprise) were not following the laws, which have been in place a decade. Don’t call someone else out for something you clearly have zero knowledge about.

Anonymous said...

Too bad the city of jackson couldn't put "administrative quarantine" on those water meters the mayor's son bamboozled the city with.

Anonymous said...

none of this changes the fact that anyone who hunts deer inside a high fence enclosure is a punk-ass piece of cheese.

Anonymous said...

It's my understanding that MDWFP pays for these nice, high, silver-colored fences under the guise of studying game movements and restricting passage in order to contain the animals.

Anonymous said...

"This IS interesting because Gary Rhoads has been nominated by Tater Tot to serve as an MDWFP Commissioner of Wildlife - charged with enforcing wildlife and game laws - which he himself clearly does not and has not followed."

Not quite as interesting as Bryant keeping Scott Coopwood as commissioner on the three-man commission and now he's chairman while operating an illegal-use hunting club and game management area at Rosedale. Oh, but who better than a newspaper and magazine publisher to cozy up to.

Don't be surprised if Tater appoints (they don't nominate) Vandevender (who killed the pump project) to the same position when an opening rolls around. I believe he would have to put a mailbox in front of one of his Delta cabins near Onward and unseat Coopwood. After all, Vandevender was Tater's finance chairman and Archie's roommate at TSUN.

Anonymous said...

People who farm deer and hunt them in a high fence enclosure are the epitome of chickenshit.

Same goes for those that just pay to hunt the fenced deer someone else farmed behind the fences.

Anonymous said...

People are chicken sh.. when they post comments about people on here anonymous. If you find your
SET then go say it to their face. Exactly your chicken sh..

Anonymous said...

Hey 6:06.. if you're gonna try to call someone out that way, leave YOUR ID little guy.

MANY/MOST of us agree with 5:39

Anonymous said...

3:15? What is a TSUN? Thank you.

Anonymous said...

@3:15 can you provide more details on this Coopwood illegal use club near Rosedale? This seems like it may warrant more attention. Very surprising considering most people think that P doesn’t even really hunt unless a buddy with a high fence takes him to shoot tame animals.

Anonymous said...

4:59 "The-School-Up-North"... the other one.

Anonymous said...

3:15 PM Are you talkin bout what used to be Rosedale Hunting Club but now is State owned Riverfront WMA?

How a person go about getting an invite to hunt there? Do you have to have special friends in high places or can an average guy git in an do some chootin dere?

Anonymous said...


"They just glad to be here!"

"My friend Cuhmisshner Coopwoood"

Mississippi Outdoors S27 EP6 - Bolivar Co. Deer and Hog, Spot on Charters Redfish

Anonymous said...

Better get that video for yourself KF before you post the link.

Anonymous said...

@4:59, it's Florida State.

Anonymous said...

Wherever that video was sure looks like a nice place to hunt.

Some guys are lucky, and some guys make their own luck! Imagine you are the one getting (or making) your own invite to sample the targets in a place like this. Looks and sounds like batture, and somehow there's not much hunting pressure other than the wildlife commissars.

Oh and can I get a big hell yeah? It must be nice to just be wandering through prime habitat and stumble upon a nicely placed tree stand that someone left for you to use.

I bet this happens all the time, just not to folk like me and you.

Anonymous said...

10:11, no I did listen (or at least, try to listen) to the entire meeting. The fact is that there was a question about whether these fence-farmers had to provide this reporting, but the Commission acted and stated that they were required to do so, resulting in them being put on Administrative Quarantine until they provided the reporting.

It appears that all the fence-farmers were included in this action, but that is not absolutely clear from the meeting. But the result was that once this action was taken, most all became 'compliant' within a few days.

The only thing that makes this video interesting, it appears, is that they call out the names of two of the 36 farmers, including names that might get Kingfish some hits. Guess his numbers were down and he needed something that would result in more hits, and deer hunting is always a good subject in Mississippi.

If he really wanted to move his hit numbers up, he would be posting something about the legislature again considering outlawing deer hunting with dogs.

Anonymous said...

Fences aren’t to keep deer in, they are to keep stupid people out so they don’t wack the hell out of 1.5 year old 12” 6 and 8 points.

I know someone with 2900 acres fenced. 22 miles of fence. All poster piss and moaning about fences couldn’t walk their fat asses across 2900 acres in a damn week. Shooting deer in a roping arena it is not.

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