Trespassing is a problem right now during hunting seasons 6 days a week. Go back a couple pages and read my post about slashed tractor tires and the likes this landowner tried to deal with these trespassers.Until your in a landowners shoes with a lot of land or even 20 acres your blowin a lot of smoke here.What message arent you getting J Deere is paying the taxes on HIS land its J Deers property not Cscotts property he can do whatever he pleases period.
That 200 acres Im on you dont see anyone else on this property till hunting season opens up.Everyone on here is a lawyer all of a sudden telling the people on here too do this and that why hasnt the GC.lobbied the Legislators for a stricter trespass law period. We as hunters should be contacting the GC. daily to get the GC. to start lobbying on passing a stricter trespass bill period.
So by your own statement "J Deere" can do whatever he pleases on his land because he owns it and pays taxes period...... But "Farmer Ted" over the hill can't do the same because he doesn't agree with J. Deere?
This is flat out honestly the silliest grasping at straws argument there is. On one hand you want one farmer to be able to do whatever he pleases with HIS 200 acres PERIOD
because it fits yours and his views of Sunday hunting. But you don't want the farmer over the hill do do whatever HE wants with HIS 200 acres he pays taxes on , PERIOD, because it's the opposite view point. SILLY. plain and simple.
Trespassing is unfortunate PERIOD. Crappy, annoying, and a PITA to deal with. That we ALL agree on I assume?
To use trespassing as a stance against Sunday hunting really is nonsense.
"J. Deere" is worried about more trespassers on his land..... but he would have options at his disposal to deal with that on a Sunday the same as he would have on a Saturday, or a Monday opener, or a mid season Wed. Control the land as you see fit...who, what, when and where.
Good old tax paying farmer Farmer Ted who wants his family or friends to enjoy HIS farm for a day of hunting on a Sunday wouldn't even have that option? On HIS land, HIS taxes, HIS family, HIS decisions. Why?........
Weighing weak hypocritical hypotheticals against real options and opportunities for all.