BINGOone-and-done said:you don't have to have your land posted to get someone for trust passing....if you catch them on your land you can have them worned by the police the second time you catch them is a fine up to $500.00.the signs are just a worning to the person.if you don't owne the land your requried to get permission before entering.
This is retarded. No offense. If it's your property you can do anything you want within the law.quackmaster4 said:I talked to a coworker about this just this morning. He swears that one of the instructors at his sons HTE course told the kids that if someone posts his property "no hunting" then the owner himself isn't allowed to hunt there. I told him that is completely false. He also was one of those guys who thought that if posted signs aren't "signed", then they don't have to be honored. I gave him the facts, and he genuinly(sp) seemed amazed. He's also a little better educated on how things really work.
Amen. I don't get it either.timberghostacres said:Its just absolutely amazes me how people from Pennsylvania believe that private property is only private if it is posted! I really want to understand how this particular belief has become so entrench in the minds of the average Pennsylvania hunter. It has almost become laughable how some will argue that they are permitted to trespass unless you have spend countless hours and expense to outline your property line with a yellow dotted line with the words “Posted” clearly printed on it. This goes hand in hand with the belief that utility right of ways such as power lines and gas lines are public property. Were in the world did this stuff get its start ??? Really, I want to know !
Ok … I feel better now.
will not work for you if the neighbors hunts and you put up a feeder so he can't.i been down that road..... i had some land i hunted and had a stand about 20 yards of the property line. the other owner didn't want me killing the deer so they places a x/mas reath on the fence and ran a extention cord for like 400 yards from there barn and everytime i got in my stand they would plug it in and it would start playing jingle bells. then a few days later the other owner pulled a shot gun on me since i wouldn't leave so i called the cops and they called pgc in. like 5 days after that i came back in and there was a feeder there filled with corn i called the wardon that came out a few days before that and he came and told me to go ahead and hunt he new what the deal was and i ended up killing a 152in 10 point that week.speedstick said:Had new owners come down and put posted signs on our property last year. Ripped them off and threw them on their side. We don't own more than 3.5 acres,But if they come down and try that again this year.There will be problems. We don't hunt out back anyway,so what we will do is put feeders up and call the PGC and have him come down and inform the new neighbors they won't be hunting their property this year.
Didn't Bill Cower make that line famous . . . It is what it is.sdwlucas said:What I posted is law from Title 18 PA CRIMES CODE.....regardless of what is said on here it is the law...obviously people haven't read my earlier post......I'm not defending posted property nor am I defending trespassers......it is what it is!