old1neck wrote:I think they should sell stationary licenses for $500 at least.
old1neck wrote:Here you go Shawn, that review this article speaks of can be found online if you want to read it.
http://www.wildfowlmag.com/locked-out-r ... water.html
Page 7 tells you about the history of blind laws.
old1neck wrote:And you wait till you get stationed here to get into duck hunting lol? What city?
surfrat wrote:I have not broke any law and I take most anyone that ask hunting. I talk to the wardens on a regular basis . The only jacked up attitude around here is you guys that don't want to put in the time to find a good spot on your own. I didn't steal my spot from anyone. I went out and found it...some of you should do the same... And you don't have to worry about me or my buddies trying to slip in and shoot it when you are not around or bitching about you haveing a good spot to hunt if you ever do find one. Any one of you could have two good blinds of your own . All you have to do is find the spot and buy the tag and build it. I know of about half dozen spots that are great right now with no blinds...I am helping a friend get set up in a nice blind of his own for next season. I think the blind laws are great...Without them it would be out of controll.It has nothing to do with greed or money...It has to do with the fact that I found a good spot and put up blinds.
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