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Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby ArkansasRobertson » Tue Dec 10, 2013 11:10 pm

Does your state have any poorly designed hunting regulations or any regulations designed specifically for writing tickets?
Mine is Arkansas: I noticed this Sweet 16 permit for Arkansas is kind of dumb. I got check for it 3 times this year. HIP registration i understand, but why would they give you a ticket if you didnt fill it out? Damn people at walmart dont know that you have to have it and you have to ask for it yourself usually.

I was reading this link

http://www.wildfowlmag.com/locked-out-r ... water.html
Made me sick to my stomach.

So what do you got?
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Re: Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby WoodyWhiffingMG » Wed Dec 11, 2013 7:29 am

Everyone complains that people get to close when hunting... the government makes that not possible... ARRob complains...

:huh: :huh: :fingerhead:
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Re: Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby razorback » Wed Dec 11, 2013 7:36 am

In my state they just passed a law limiting the number of duck you can kill in a day.
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Re: Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby rebelmdb69 » Wed Dec 11, 2013 8:04 am

That whole hunting over bait thing
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Re: Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby Bill Herian » Wed Dec 11, 2013 8:09 am

Wisconsin has a season for light geese, specks, and brant, all laid out in a table in our regs.
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Re: Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby aunt betty » Wed Dec 11, 2013 8:21 am

The sweet sixteen permit is just a way for the state to have a list of ppl and which WMA they use. If the state has a question about the boat races at WMA (x) they can call hunters who actually hunt there and ask for possible solutions and ideas to manage the site better.
Seems like a great idea and I complied.
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Re: Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby lbhansford » Wed Dec 11, 2013 8:23 am

ArkansasRobertson wrote:Does your state have any poorly designed hunting regulations or any regulations designed specifically for writing tickets?
Mine is Arkansas: I noticed this Sweet 16 permit for Arkansas is kind of dumb. I got check for it 3 times this year. HIP registration i understand, but why would they give you a ticket if you didnt fill it out? Damn people at walmart dont know that you have to have it and you have to ask for it yourself usually.

I was reading this link

http://www.wildfowlmag.com/locked-out-r ... water.html
Made me sick to my stomach.

So what do you got?



I GOT WHAT THE ARTICLE IS ABOUT! got the entire chesapeake bay in my back yard and only 5 or 6 places to hunt it due to blinds, both dummy blind and hunted blinds. nothing like scouting and everytime you see a decent spot holding birds, you look around and there is a blind within 500 yards.
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Re: Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby T Man » Wed Dec 11, 2013 9:38 am

ArkansasRobertson wrote:Mine is Arkansas: I noticed this Sweet 16 permit for Arkansas is kind of dumb. I got check for it 3 times this year. HIP registration i understand, but why would they give you a ticket if you didnt fill it out?


So, it is free and takes only a few minutes to fill out, but you are still complaining? How much time do you spend on here each day? Ill bet it is more than the time it would take you to fill out the sweet 16 permit.


ArkansasRobertson wrote:Damn people at walmart dont know that you have to have it and you have to ask for it yourself usually.


It's not the "damn people at walmart''s" responsiblity to know the hunting regulations, it is you, the hunters responsibility.
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Re: Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby Botiz630 » Wed Dec 11, 2013 9:41 am

Rob strikes again.
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Re: Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby OHIODUCKA5 » Wed Dec 11, 2013 9:42 am

:clapping: :clapping: :clapping: Good job Arkybob.
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Re: Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby ArkansasRobertson » Wed Dec 11, 2013 9:54 am

Botiz630 wrote:Rob strikes again.


like i said before. quit stalking me
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Re: Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby ArkansasRobertson » Wed Dec 11, 2013 9:55 am

WoodyWhiffingMG wrote:Everyone complains that people get to close when hunting... the government makes that not possible... ARRob complains...

:huh: :huh: :fingerhead:


shut up
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Re: Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby ArkansasRobertson » Wed Dec 11, 2013 9:56 am

T Man wrote:
ArkansasRobertson wrote:Mine is Arkansas: I noticed this Sweet 16 permit for Arkansas is kind of dumb. I got check for it 3 times this year. HIP registration i understand, but why would they give you a ticket if you didnt fill it out?


So, it is free and takes only a few minutes to fill out, but you are still complaining? How much time do you spend on here each day? Ill bet it is more than the time it would take you to fill out the sweet 16 permit.


ArkansasRobertson wrote:Damn people at walmart dont know that you have to have it and you have to ask for it yourself usually.


It's not the "damn people at walmart''s" responsiblity to know the hunting regulations, it is you, the hunters responsibility.

Not everyone who starts hunting knows the regs. You ever take a new person hunting? Most likely they don't have everything addressed from the state regs.
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Re: Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby ArkansasRobertson » Wed Dec 11, 2013 9:58 am

Tman, Botiz, WhiffingWeiner, and Ohioduck5 ... yall need to quit putting bs comment on every post i put. Your moderators right? please shut my account down if you have to ability im tired of it
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Re: Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby OHIODUCKA5 » Wed Dec 11, 2013 9:59 am

Im not a Mod. :fingerpt:
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Re: Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby shadowwalker » Wed Dec 11, 2013 10:00 am

We have to hunt with a minimum of 1 dozen decoys. I think that's pretty dumb.
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Re: Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby Bill Herian » Wed Dec 11, 2013 10:00 am

Whiffingweiner :lol3:
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Re: Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby OHIODUCKA5 » Wed Dec 11, 2013 10:03 am

ArkansasRobertson wrote:
T Man wrote:
ArkansasRobertson wrote:Mine is Arkansas: I noticed this Sweet 16 permit for Arkansas is kind of dumb. I got check for it 3 times this year. HIP registration i understand, but why would they give you a ticket if you didnt fill it out?


So, it is free and takes only a few minutes to fill out, but you are still complaining? How much time do you spend on here each day? Ill bet it is more than the time it would take you to fill out the sweet 16 permit.


ArkansasRobertson wrote:Damn people at walmart dont know that you have to have it and you have to ask for it yourself usually.


It's not the "damn people at walmart''s" responsiblity to know the hunting regulations, it is you, the hunters responsibility.

Not everyone who starts hunting knows the regs. You ever take a new person hunting? Most likely they don't have everything addressed from the state regs.


It is the hunters responsibility to know and follow all federal and state regulations. I told my daughter who is 14 if she doesn't know them she cant go. I gave her the updated regs and quiz her on them.
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Re: Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby WoodyWhiffingMG » Wed Dec 11, 2013 10:04 am

ArkansasRobertson wrote:Tman, Botiz, WhiffingWeiner, and Ohioduck5 ... yall need to quit putting bs comment on every post i put. Your moderators right? please shut my account down if you have to ability im tired of it


I am not a mod, and I don't think I have done what you say... I posted constructive criticism. You were looking for a bunch of pats on the back and didn't get it. Well, grow up.
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Re: Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby ArkansasRobertson » Wed Dec 11, 2013 10:08 am

WoodyWhiffingMG wrote:
ArkansasRobertson wrote:Tman, Botiz, WhiffingWeiner, and Ohioduck5 ... yall need to quit putting bs comment on every post i put. Your moderators right? please shut my account down if you have to ability im tired of it


I am not a mod, and I don't think I have done what you say... I posted constructive criticism. You were looking for a bunch of pats on the back and didn't get it. Well, grow up.


arkbob complains....

Constructive Criticism? My A**

yall are in a moderator gang and go around putting the regulars down... "stay off our site"
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Re: Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby T Man » Wed Dec 11, 2013 10:11 am

ArkansasRobertson wrote:Not everyone who starts hunting knows the regs. You ever take a new person hunting? Most likely they don't have everything addressed from the state regs.


Stop trying to make this someone elses fault. If you dont know the regs, you hunt at your own risk of punishment for breaking them. It's not like they are hidden, it just takes some reading.

I can't deactivate your account, but you can and no one is stopping you from doing that.
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Re: Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby ArkansasRobertson » Wed Dec 11, 2013 10:14 am

T Man wrote:
ArkansasRobertson wrote:Not everyone who starts hunting knows the regs. You ever take a new person hunting? Most likely they don't have everything addressed from the state regs.


Stop trying to make this someone elses fault. If you dont know the regs, you hunt at your own risk of punishment for breaking them. It's not like they are hidden, it just takes some reading.

I can't deactivate your account, but you can and no one is stopping you from doing that.


How do you deactivate it?
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Re: Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby WoodyWhiffingMG » Wed Dec 11, 2013 10:20 am

ArkansasRobertson wrote:
WoodyWhiffingMG wrote:
ArkansasRobertson wrote:Tman, Botiz, WhiffingWeiner, and Ohioduck5 ... yall need to quit putting bs comment on every post i put. Your moderators right? please shut my account down if you have to ability im tired of it


I am not a mod, and I don't think I have done what you say... I posted constructive criticism. You were looking for a bunch of pats on the back and didn't get it. Well, grow up.


arkbob complains....

Constructive Criticism? My A**

yall are in a moderator gang and go around putting the regulars down... "stay off our site"

Just a little fun added in doesn't make it an attack, bud, it is my way of keeping things fun and interesting... :thumbsup:
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Re: Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby T Man » Wed Dec 11, 2013 10:21 am

ArkansasRobertson wrote:
T Man wrote:
ArkansasRobertson wrote:Not everyone who starts hunting knows the regs. You ever take a new person hunting? Most likely they don't have everything addressed from the state regs.


Stop trying to make this someone elses fault. If you dont know the regs, you hunt at your own risk of punishment for breaking them. It's not like they are hidden, it just takes some reading.

I can't deactivate your account, but you can and no one is stopping you from doing that.


How do you deactivate it?


Well, you can

A) Quit posting
B) Look for it in the User CP
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Re: Poorly designed hunting regulations

Postby JuniorPre 360 » Wed Dec 11, 2013 10:22 am

ArkansasRobertson wrote:
T Man wrote:
ArkansasRobertson wrote:Not everyone who starts hunting knows the regs. You ever take a new person hunting? Most likely they don't have everything addressed from the state regs.


Stop trying to make this someone elses fault. If you dont know the regs, you hunt at your own risk of punishment for breaking them. It's not like they are hidden, it just takes some reading.

I can't deactivate your account, but you can and no one is stopping you from doing that.


How do you deactivate it?

Stop logging in...
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