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      Quote Originally Posted by Brittman View Post
      Many of the trespassing issues in ND occur quickly along the fringes of the posted land. These opportunistic people sneak on and off the land quickly. Road hunting roosters, jumping a slough near a road, killing a deer in a field and running the truck out there to get the animal quickly. These activities will continue to occur no matter what the trespass rules are.
      Agree with this 100%.... If the database would let people have options on posting, like dates or species or a notification system I would be for it. Personally, bothering someone to get permission is the worst part of hunting.

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      Quote Originally Posted by KDM View Post
      Trespassing in ND is just SO MINUSCULE, that to even say it's an issue is questionable, but to say it's an issue needing legislative attention is laughable. 35 citations is a FACT. No probably be, may be, might be, could be, possibly be, or anything else. It's 35. My point is that trespassing isn't an issue worthy of an additional statute or code making all of ND posted. I have evidence, facts, and data to prove my point. What do you have to prove your point other than your opinion, guesswork, and speculation??
      You forgot to add the 28 violations for hunting in a unharvested field and 67 cases of hunting on posted land without permission.

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      Quote Originally Posted by kitchenpass View Post
      You forgot to add the 28 violations for hunting in a unharvested field and 67 cases of hunting on posted land without permission.
      You forget that the pro trespass law crowd quickly pivots to say this has nothing to do with hunting; that what they experience in the fall is but a mere whisper to the yearlong anguish they face.

      Clearly, there must but thousands, nay, TENS of thousands of violations outside the hunting season, if we are to include the data provided by G&F.

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      In The G&F magazine a month or 2 ago, one of the supporters of the "ND Lockout" campaign said snowmobiles were their biggest problem.

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      Quote Originally Posted by westwolfone View Post
      In The G&F magazine a month or 2 ago, one of the supporters of the "ND Lockout" campaign said snowmobiles were their biggest problem.
      If the law would go through I'd bet money that the snowmobiles will keep doing what they do until the snowmobile police get out there.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Duckslayer100 View Post
      You forget that the pro trespass law crowd quickly pivots to say this has nothing to do with hunting; that what they experience in the fall is but a mere whisper to the yearlong anguish they face.

      Clearly, there must but thousands, nay, TENS of thousands of violations outside the hunting season, if we are to include the data provided by G&F.

      Isn't it IRONIC that they have the word HUNTING in their blanket statement! "SUPPORTING OUR AGRICULTURE & HUNTING HERITAGE"
      but yet they say it has nothing to do about hunting when asked! They cowardly hide behind their lies!

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