sooner737 wrote:Hell they invade our own forum like the plague what makes you think they'll ever stop trespassing?
okduckdude wrote:Wow!! I agree 100%!!!
I would like to give these guys a piece of my mind because this behavior gives hunters a horrible name and image. Not only are they trespassing but I could almost bet they are committing other violations. Ignorance of the law is never an excuse! This makes me furious! Because of these jack wagons alot of farmers will not let people hunt on their property.
This is a great post!
whistlin_wings wrote:sooner737 wrote:Hell they invade our own forum like the plague what makes you think they'll ever stop trespassing?
That's funny, seems like it was the other way around http://www.duckhuntingchat.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=58&t=393937&view=unread#unread
joemf1985 wrote:Recomendation #1: If you are going out of state to hunt, read the regulations for the state you are going to hunt in. In Oklahoma there is no public right of way easement on rivers or lakes bordered by private property regarding tresspass, and what I mean by this is if you get out of a boat and your feet touch the ground you are tresspassing. If you jump off a river bridge and walk down the river onto private land you are still tresspassing. It may not be this way in Texas but in Oklahoma you are a tresspasser, poacher, whatever you want to be known as, you choose.
JDog wrote:You will find these kind of a$$hats in any state. But, just for the record, I have no problem with you generalizing Texans as a whole. Boomer!
joemf1985 wrote: The rule in Oklahoma stands and regardless of what you all do in Texas you can/will be ticketed and prosecuted if you start walking/wading in waters along private land if caught and the landowner presses charges.
joemf1985 wrote:I am not here to stir things up, just to get this issue in the air and inform this group and Texans in general if you are all misinformed about where you can hunt in Oklahoma
joemf1985 wrote:and prosecuted if you start walking/wading in waters along private land if caught and the landowner presses charges.
joemf1985 wrote: State law can surpass Federal Law but not be more lax
joemf1985 wrote:If you step out of the boat and drop decoys and you are standing on firm ground you are trespassing if the bordering ground is private butting up to the navigable water source in Oklahoma.