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    Why won't you let someone recover a deer on their land?

    I rather confused, why won't you let someone recover a deer on their land? Seems like basic respect for both the deer and hunter. Maybe if they had a meth cooking operation or some girl tied up.

    Yes, I have neighbors I really don't care for and we have hurt feeling going back decades, but I still let them recover their deer. In fact, I put the word out, no need to ask, just respect my hunting too and dress it out away from our buildings(family pets get in to it otherwise).

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    *******s.

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    I have no problem if they came to the house and asked or called I would even help track and drag.
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    Pope And Young do not consider does as deer or crossbows as archery equipment.

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    I would only allow them to track on our property if they got our permission every time, I'd want to help them track so i know where the deer was harvested.

    Telling them they are allowed to track a deer whenever they want without permission seems like an open invite for trespassing anytime of year.
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    I would want them to ask and wait for my permission. Myself or somebody else might be actively hunting and not want them tracking until a later time. There maybe areas that if possible I would want them to try and avoid tracking through if possible so I would likely go help them.
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    I would let someone look if they asked for permission, but like you said in your opening statement " seems like basic respect for both the deer and hunter" the problem with some people today is a basic respect for others! Dont come to my house demanding things or have an attitude and we will get along fine. If you gonna not be respectful to me i wont allow you to search. my point is people need to get back to having respect for others. What ever happened to manners? its rare to see young people today use words like sir or mam.
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    I will say that I do have a neighbor same one that had an issue with the blood coming out of a doe I shot that if I have a deer cross the fence I love them enough to protect them from the truth and remove the deer, they would not prevent me from recovering but nothing good would come from me having to explain I need to track a wounded animal. I am 100% certain that if they were asked their preference they would say they would rather not know.
    Pope And Young do not consider does as deer or crossbows as archery equipment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uncljohn View Post
    if it dies on my land, its going into my freezer. Otherwise, be a better shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by uncljohn View Post
    if it dies on my land, its going into my freezer. Otherwise, be a better shot.
    Unless you tag it, wouldn't that be considered poaching?
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    As long as they ask permission before coming on my land, I would have no issue with them looking. People have done the same for me. I would help them look if I had the time.
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    Similar thoughts here! I would want to know where it crossed and if they truly recovered the animal. Its a saddened world when one has a hard thought trusting a neighbor, But knowing all the details makes building that respect and trust that much easier. If willing able and Knowledgeable, the land owner knows every inch of there property to help as a speedy recovery with little disturbance to the property, and not just careless wandering stirring up the woods during the best time of year.

    Quote Originally Posted by remmett70 View Post
    I would want them to ask and wait for my permission. Myself or somebody else might be actively hunting and not want them tracking until a later time. There maybe areas that if possible I would want them to try and avoid tracking through if possible so I would likely go help them.

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    Greed.

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    Respect is the key word here. I have helped track and recover deer on my land when people have asked. I allow youth hunters to hunt on my land and use my blinds, if the young person asks themselves.



    At the same time, I have one neighbor that I will have arrested if I ever catch him on my land. Something about cutting firewood on my land, without asking and then selling it and after being confronted and being told to NEVER step foot on my land, an illegal deer, somehow was shot and left in front of one of my stands and then the Game Warden was called??????????
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