imaduckin up north said:
As far as regulating people not owning more than one blind....Good luck with this one. There are more holes in this law than a fish net. My kids (3) each own two blinds, my wife owns two blinds, my brother (4) own two each and if that does not work for you...I can "own" as many hunt clubs as I wish that can own two blinds each.
i cant believe the arrogance of this comment, this is exactly why blind laws need to be changed and also why blinds need to have gps mapping
Imaducking ~ I am trying to see where you find any arrogance in my quote. I simply stated the law about only owning two blinds per person is flawed. That is not my law, the is VA law/DGIF regulation. I was not indicating I have that many blinds, it was an example. OMG, what would someone do with that many deepwater blinds. As a matter of fact, I do not have four brothers either. We are only reacting to what the DGIF has done to us on Back Bay and if you want your children to have the same blind (only 309 allowed in Virginia Beach) you had, you better know how to legally.
As far as the GPS mapping is concerned. Everyone who hunts may not own a GPS. Just like the float blind drawings everyone does not have access to a computer for the online application. Some people snail mail their applications to NY.
Thank you VA Widgeon for explaining the plight on Back Bay in more detail so even real simple people can understand…LOL! I think I hear banjos playing in the background.