Hunters Rights

Discussion in 'Hunters Rights Forum' started by adustydawg, Jun 22, 2010.

  1. adustydawg

    adustydawg Senior Refuge Member

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    Got a new law on the books in Virginia that stops landowners or their designee from baiting in order to prevent lawful hunting.:fp Check out House bill 486, Lingamfelter. This stops landowners from baiting in order to keep hunters from legally hunting public waters.:doh Has been an issue for many years as this was a loophole in the legal system. We now have it fixed. Violators face a class 3 misdemeanor charge with fines of $500.00 per incidennt and will carry over to federal laws on baiting as well.:clap A real double dipper.:bow Hope that some of you will attempt to get this law passed in your area as well.:reader If youu have any questions on this bill contact adustydawg on the VA forum. Thanks and shoot em when the feet are down:dv:
     
  2. The Other David

    The Other David Elite Refuge Member

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    That is a good law. Groups like PETA can also bait public ground, closing it to every one.
     

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