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Just when I thought I'd seen it all
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After leaving the farm today, I was almost at Crewe. There's a fairly large graveyard off to the side where Lottie Moon is buried.
It isn't fenced and has an access road going across the front.

Well, there were 3 pickups equipped with dog boxes and tracking antennas parked along the graveyard on that access road and 5 gentlemen dressed in their most stylish blaze orange, lined up with shotguns on th hoods of their mobile hunting blinds.

A record new low.

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#2
Damn that is sad. You should have called someone.
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#3
They are disrespectful but won't wake anyone up. Is it legal to do that on or in a cemetery?
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Even if legal, it's poor taste. If it's varments, the cemetery should hire trappers.
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(11-15-2014, 05:36 PM)Squid Wrote: Even if legal, it's poor taste.  If it's varments, the cemetery should hire trappers.

I doubt there's a law forbidding it, mostly because no one would think someone would do such a thing....but what they were doing is running deer with dogs Squid. You'll hear a lot about that.

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That's a new one on me. I've used bird dogs and even hunted pigs with dogs. I've never heard of anyone hunting deer with dogs? Is that even legal?
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(11-15-2014, 05:58 PM)Squid Wrote: That's a new one on me.  I've used bird dogs and even hunted pigs with dogs.  I've never heard of anyone hunting deer with dogs?  Is that even legal?

Boy are you in for a shock.... rolling

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Yes it is legal and a fine upstanding tradition that dates back to the Vikings and lief Ericson they taught the Iroquois and the Iroquois taught their southern neighbors the monacan mattaponi and pamunkey who in turn taught capt John smith who in good English fashion civilized the sport and it continued in a civilized manner until recently when the Vikings appear to have taken over the sport again and begun rampaging and pillaging their neighbors once more
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67gt390fb, thank you for the clarification. It's just I've never seen or heard of it before. Everywhere I go, I learn something new.
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When I first started hunting here I was nothing but a shock I believe that using dogs to hunt dear takes all the sport out if the hunt you really can't even call it hunting that's when it turns into killing I understand using dogs for hogs or mountain lions and birds but deer really people that's just being lazy sorry for the rant but that's my opinion coming from a state that's it's not legal
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