Dealing with a difficult hunting neighbor?????

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Re: Dealing with a difficult hunting neighbor?????

Unread postby VA5326 » Wed Jul 20, 2011 2:06 pm

Zap wrote:What is the law on recovery of a deer in your state?



In Virginia you can trespass to retrieve game as long as you're not armed.


If you want to kill a deer you have to be in the woods.
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Re: Dealing with a difficult hunting neighbor?????

Unread postby sticknstringarchery » Wed Jul 20, 2011 3:24 pm

VA5326 wrote:
Zap wrote:What is the law on recovery of a deer in your state?



In Virginia you can trespass to retrieve game as long as you're not armed.


I will have to call my locall GW to find out on that one. If in doubt I dial Tarplee. I have called him on more than one occassion and will if I have to find out should the talk go that way.
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Re: Dealing with a difficult hunting neighbor?????

Unread postby JRM6868 » Thu Jul 21, 2011 2:16 am

dan wrote:
Zap wrote:What is the law on recovery of a deer in your state?

In Wisconsin you can not tresspass to recover a deer. A warden or cop cannot even fetch it.
The land owner has the right of refusal.

Same in Ohio. The deer just goes to waste if the landowner won't let you retrieve it. The landowner isn't allowed to tag it also. In Ohio your not allowed to tag another persons deer.
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Re: Dealing with a difficult hunting neighbor?????

Unread postby Zap » Thu Jul 21, 2011 2:35 am

I will have to call my locall GW to find out on that one. If in doubt I dial Tarplee. I have called him on more than one occassion and will if I have to find out should the talk go that way.[/quote]






The state law on recovery is a good thing to know...
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Re: Dealing with a difficult hunting neighbor?????

Unread postby dan » Thu Jul 21, 2011 4:30 am

In Iowa you can recover as long as you are unarmed without permission...
I shot a nice 8 point in S.W. Iowa and it died in the neighbors pasture and I drove thru an open gate right up to the buck and loaded it. When I was coming out a pick up truck came flying up and boxed me in... Two very angry looking Dudes got out and started yelling "what the %&@# you doing on my property! I explained that I shot a buck and it died in there pasture and I drove back to pick it up. Suddenly the angry Dudes started smiling and one said "Oh, your just deer hunting!" Sorry we bothered you.
Tell you one thing, it would never end like that in Wisconsin!


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