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Old January 11th, 2016
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What's y'all opinion on hunting property lines? I have access to 4 neighbours property it backs up to 800 acres that is hunting club. I hunt within a few yard of line. And have retrieved several deer on the 800.
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Personally, I wouldn't do it. I think it may cause bad blood in the long run
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If its on your side does it matter if its a yard or a hundred yards...Same as a 12 inch trout...The limit is 12 inches if you want to keep it 12 inches is 12 inches...
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Old January 11th, 2016
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If it is legal, go for it. Some parishes have laws against it. When I hunted in west feliciana we had to move a few stands because they passed a law in the early 90s that stands had to be at least 50 yards off a neighboring property.
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How do you feel about them hunting on your property line? I try to do to others as I would want done to me.
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Old January 11th, 2016
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How do you feel about them hunting on your property line? I try to do to others as I would want done to me.
It don't bother me as long as it's safe.
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Old January 11th, 2016
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I'm surrounded on 4 sides, cattle fields to the north and south, highway frontage to the east, and 200 acres private land to the west that a old mans grandson occasionally hunts. My 80 acre property is planted pines and I pushed a shooting lane the entire span of the back of the property and when the deer cross back and forth between food on the 200 acres and bedding on mine, they get caught crossing. I have had a instance when I was in a hunting club and I had a stand 50 yards off to property line In a cut over, came back to it laying on the ground with a note on it saying it was to close, and we had serious problems after that.
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Not talking about legal. Just saying if someone decided to do the same to your property line, how close would you guys be to each other? Because legally speaking, he could do that
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Not talking about legal. Just saying if someone decided to do the same to your property line, how close would you guys be to each other? Because legally speaking, he could do that
Less than spitting distance
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Hunting property lines and using pressure to your advantage is a common practice for public land hunters as well as private land hunters whether it be a guy with private hunting the edge of public or the other way around. Stay legal and hunt hard.
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