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Knowing The Regulations is Your Responsibility as a Hunter
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://constitutionnetwork.com

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Throughout my career as a hunter and someone employed by the outdoor industry, I have hunted in many areas of the country. In doing so, one of the most time-consuming tasks after the tag has been drawn and the hunting license was purchased is the reading and understanding of the state’s hunting regulations. Each state is different and some states are very different than home when it comes to their game laws.
 

Comment by: PHORTO (8/27/2018)
Noitisn't. Quitlyin'.

The rules are:

You go out. You kill the sumbitch. You field dress it. You load it on the truck. You take it home for skinning and butchering. You cook it and eat it.

Those are the rules. Simple
 

Comment by: lucky5eddie (8/28/2018)
No PHORTO, its not. If we are going to try and maintain the moral high ground on hunting then we must abide by the rules and regulations, they are there for a reason. And as long as they do not inhibit our right to put meat on the table through responsible game management practices then they are a good thing. I'd like for my grandchildren to be able to hunt the very same kinds of game animals I have hunted, 50 years from now.
 

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