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  • #16
    I respect the laws and game wardens as long as they are not the few trying to make a name for themselves! I am in the middle of a home remodel, live in a VERY rural area, nearest neighbors are 500 yds away and are my family, as I mentioned I am remodeling so I have a lot of scrap material to take to dump, have it in a pile in my field beside my house (wasn't paying 700 buck a week for a dumpster) and when the pile is big enough I haul it off to dump LEGALLY! Well a new opossum cop in our area stopped by and left a warning for me to get it cleaned up! This just rubbed me the wrong way, I keep my property very clean, kept and improving and I get a warning because I was waiting to take a full load rather than ten small loads! Why not go and stop real crime rather than messing with folks that are trying to improve their property?!

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    • #17
      Originally posted by BippityBoopityMate View Post
      I agree mate, they shouldn't be able to do that unless they have probable cause that you are doing something illegal.
      It's just one more prime example of government over reach. America is now a bonafide police state. Take a look around.

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      • #18
        Technically If you have permission once to go fishing there you can go back at least 3 times but the 4th time you should probably ask. But that's just me. I don't know how all land owners are but my neighbors are pretty nice and probably wouldn't care if I fished at their pond without permission. Oh and the game warden thing is bullshit!

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        • #19
          Damn right man. When get down to it, it's legalized extortion. Nothing else.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by WA Mtnhunter View Post
            Game wardens would be promptly escorted off my pond. No public resources there to be monitored. If I were shooting ducks Bluestacks Lucky Patcher Kodi, that would be another matter.
            Do you think this is right? Public waters, no question. But if i build a pond on my land, pay to have it stocked with fish, I should be able to do whatever I want with it. Its mine!
            Last edited by CADYTANI; 09-25-2019, 04:13 PM.

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            • #21
              Guess it depends on the state but if the owner lets it be fishable to the public then you would need a license. Other than that if you own it then you don’t need a license. Some wardens are just plain idiots with to much power.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by 007 View Post
                Sarge may correct me on this but from what I understand, at least in WV, DNR authority meets or exceeds that of the state police so they can go where they deem necessary, IF I understand it right.
                You are just about right. Open any coolers or containers where fish or game may be kept, truck backs car trunks etc. As far as private ponds. the owner does not need a license to fish in it but the general public does

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                • #23
                  Now I do believe that they should have the right to come in and make sure that you are taking care of the fish and that they are healthy. After all, if they are healthy you'Tutuapp 9Apps ShowBoxll probably get more out of them in the long run. And with that being said, if it turns out that the fish, or any game, is not being properly treated, they should have the right to seize that game.
                  Last edited by DENIMKATY; 02-04-2020, 06:19 PM.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Sarge01 View Post

                    You are just about right. Open any coolers or containers where fish or game may be kept, truck backs car trunks etc. As far as private ponds. the owner does not need a license to fish in it but the general public does
                    When I was in Seattle my Cousin told me the Indians can fish for all the salmon they want. Half the time they come in, hit the bars and leave the fish to spoil.

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