Because rifles are legal in one county and not in the other.Retired_Rusty said:One WMU but two Counties... if it is 1 WMU, what does a County line matter? WMUs are separated by Highways, roads, rivers, etc.
And doe tags are strictly by WMU.
I'm happy to roll thru a stop sign when Its safe or go a little over the speed limit.Blood Trail 13 said:How could a cop enforce a stop sign if there is no stop sign?
Thanks,no service though.zimmerstutzen said:Every year some Maryland hunters stray many miles into PA and claim they never saw a boundary marker. Some have been known to be 25 miles north. Although how they could get so far without passing a PA state highway sign is a puzzle.
It is a bit like the trespassing. It is not up to anyone to tell you where you are. it is your burden to know where you are. If your smart phone is working, there are apps to have the phone show your location on a map.
Thats what Ill do Don.Good to hear from you!dmccoy1 said:Only safe bet Hap is using the shotgun, just make sure it's a pump, that's where I run into problems. My slug gun is an autoloader, so if i'm hunting one side of the creek, I can use a .300 savage, the other I can use my auto loader, but I can't interchange. I need to get a pump slug gun, then it would be safe on either side....
Same.hap said:I'm happy to roll thru a stop sign when Its safe or go a little over the speed limit.Blood Trail 13 said:How could a cop enforce a stop sign if there is no stop sign?
I follow game laws to the letter.
Exactly. There is a site online that has nice topo maps, not sure if I can post the link. If somebody can't read the map and have a good estimate of their location in the woods, then maybe that person shouldn't be venturing into the woods.R. S. B. said:Get a topographical map and learn how to use it. Topographical maps have the County lines, as well as most other features marked. You can even use it in conjunction with a GPS unit and know almost exactly where you are on the map at any time.