LDS wrote:Here in the east, where there is not really that much accessable public land, we are promoting this overpopulation and invasive species problem.
LDS wrote:I am all for private property rights, I am a property owner myself. Perhaps we need to start requiring landowners to police their land and scientifically manage their heards. The officials do not mind telling me when and where I can build a barn or shed, what I can plant or where I can dig a well, what I can park in my driveway, what I can float on the water and they base it all on the public good, why not game management.
We also have vast tracks of federal land that can not be hunted. Corp of Engineers land and such. We now also have the Fort Knox military reservation that is no longer a combat operations area and the land is no longer used for training. It is now the military human rescources center. We are talking an area of 107,000 acres, 167 square miles of the best deer hunting territory in the nation, that is largely restricted. Things like that really get to me.
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