duck_hunting wrote:o ok.. were ust to killin how many we want because our game warden isn't all that strict and we have the highest population of turkeys in the united states here in tennessee....
My guess is that you live on a farm or a family member does. Most hunters have never lived on a farm, but the rules are a little flexible and a good game warden understands that.
If I'm correct and you or somebody has a farm, there is really nothing unethical about taking an extra deer or turkey in or out of season because the farmer is feeding them and has more than paid for them. (For those that don't agree, having a hardnosed game warden has probably closed more hunting land than knucklehead hunters)
The farmer closes the land when the game warden arrest him, a family member, or a friend. I've seen it happen. The guys that want to shoot all the deer aren't going to allow anyone else to hunt on their land anyways. The warden has to use his judgment.stumpjumper wrote:Spinnerman, NEGATIVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Game wardens don`t just SHUT down land for no good reason.
Yes. Technically I am condoning illegal behavior. You really never speed?stumpjumper wrote:Also by your own statements you also condone illegal and unethical hunting.
POSITIVE. He could legally shoot pretty much all of them for crop damage, but cannot legally shoot one or two out of season to eat There is more grey here than you would like to admit. If you want to live that way, I certainly don't condemn you. Just keep it under 55.stumpjumper wrote:What makes you think that the farmer has payed for the wildlife on his property? They are free roaming animals. What, because they eat some of his corn, soybean, or alfalfa that he owns them. NEGATIVE!
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