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I was thinking about a question that DEER30 asked, regarding the rights of wardens to come onto private land and check licenses

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  • #16
    I actually think that in the case of river/creeks a game warden should be allowed to patrol the waters as needed. I think that they should give the owner a "hello" when they do out of courtesy. Those waters and their game move through many properties.

    My beef in my last question was that the warden specifically said a private pond on land I owned. No public issue there.

    Again, no problem with wardens or their job. Just shocked that private ponds fished by the owner was illegal without a license.

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    • #17
      DEER30,
      I don't know which state you are referring to but in WV an owner can fish in his or her private pond without a license.

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      • #18
        hey sarge, it was a virginia game warden that I was speaking with.

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