Too late for dove fields?

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  1. cancan

    cancan Elite Refuge Member

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    i think you "southern" fellas are overlooking your state can only take a more restrictive stance then the fed ruling....not a more liberal stance. Dove is a federally regulated bird and the fed rules dont agree with your position.

    Ps hope you dont think im a yankee or else ya need some geography lessons;)

    PSS ive lived on farms all my life and understand what your saying but i suggest you talk to your local game warden or federal warden and see what they say......



    And as far as jealousy we be choppin sunflowers and bangin up dove here so dont wory not jealous just trying to figure out what the law is so others can be clear:)
     
  2. cupped up

    cupped up Senior Refuge Member

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    LUCKY is the key word.....try going deeper.;)
     
  3. olduckhunter

    olduckhunter Elite Refuge Member

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    cupped, another bank walker.



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  4. olduckhunter

    olduckhunter Elite Refuge Member

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    can, how hard is it for you to understand that it is the feds that say they will abide by what the extension service calls a normal ag practice. just how hard is it for you to understand that one simple sentence.

    now read it and read it over and over and we'll have a test on it tomorrow.


    do you want to know the reason the feds say that? i probably shouldn't muddle your mind with any other important facts at this time so do the exercise above and check with us tomorrow.



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  5. cancan

    cancan Elite Refuge Member

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    oh your a real class individual:rolleyes:


    I challenge you to inquire with your local fed game warden and post his unaltered answer here.
     
  6. knees

    knees Elite Refuge Member

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    Oh boy.....here's the link to the USFWS section related to dove hunting:
    http://www.fws.gov/le/HuntFish/WhatisLegal.htm

    But, here's a section straight from it:
    "You can hunt doves in fields where grain has been distributed or scattered solely as the result of a normal agricultural operation. A normal agricultural operation includes normal agricultural plantings, harvestings, or post-harvest manipulations as well as other normal agricultural practices if they are conducted in accordance with recommendations of State Extension Specialists of the Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service."

    Check with your local extension agent. Key word being LOCAL!
     
  7. olduckhunter

    olduckhunter Elite Refuge Member

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    can, thank you for realizing that i have class and i might add high class. and now can, i know this may be just a tad more than your small pea sized brain can comprehend but read again what i posted and then read the second item on the site knees posted from the feds own site and own rules for hunting doves and read the two paragraphs under dove hunting on agriculture lands. i know it's gonna be hard for you but try to understand what you read. we'll have that test tomorrow. and i might let you know in advance that one wrong answer is a failing grade.



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  8. cancan

    cancan Elite Refuge Member

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    do as you will , i will not get into a personal attack with you....debating or talking about anything with a person that you hold yourself to be by your own proof in writing is worthless.....

    Have a nice life....i will keep you in my thoughts and prayers, you seem to need them.
     
  9. mrmallerd

    mrmallerd Elite Refuge Member

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    I wonder how many hits you would get if you did a search of this forum & baiting. In fact the majority would be about dove hunting. Year after year, it gets old.
     
  10. olduckhunter

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    can, i must be dealing with a child here if you won't take the time and read the regulations and take those regulations as the law. but you seem to stick your head in the sand and believe what you want to believe about the baiting of doves and hunting over top sown wheat that is legal under the guidelines of our extension service which the feds say they go by. how hard for you is that to understand. if you don't read the regulations you won't know if you break the law or not. maybe you up there in your country have different laws than we do. if so then you have no dog in this fight.


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