NH is kind of like that if it is not Posted it is legal to hunt but if you are asked to leave you must leave you only need written permission if it is posted
Originally Posted by BruceBruce1959 View Post
Vermont is the same way, a hunter does not need permission to hunt any land unless it is posted, if the land is posted then you do need written permission but if the landowner asks you to leave whether the land is posted or not even if the landowner gave you permission, you must exit his/her land immediatley BUT if the hunter is dragging a deer it's the hunters deer not the landowners, a Vermont game warden would allow the hunter to keep the deer so long as it was just a case of the hunters hunting the land on a regular basis and at some point the landowner decided they didnt want anyone hunting their land any longer. landowners do not own the wildlife that roam their land.
WHOA WHOA WHOA.... wait a minute... you're telling me that anyone can come and hunt a property that is NOT posted?!?!?!
This is by far the most dumbest, idiotic thing I have ever heard. I can't even begin to tell you how WRONG this is and in HOW many ways this is wrong. Missouri has VERY, VERY, VERY, VERY strict laws about this. If you are caught on someone elses land without permission (POSTED OR NOT) you can be arrested. PERIOD. Now (here's where it gets interesting) if by some chance you want to be a complete idiot and hunt on POSTED land,,,, then you're talking about HUGE fines and HUGE penalities-- and quite possibly loss of hunting priviledges for quite a while.
Let's say your land isn't posted, but you hunt it. Basically, anyone can come and hunt your property when you are or are not there. That's EXTREMELY dangerous. Do I trust all my neighbors and other people that live around my hunting ground? NO!!!! I'm seriously surprised as all-get-out right now!
We paint our fence posts purple (NO TRESPASSING COLOR) so that if someone trespasses, we can prosecute to the fullest extent.
I'm EXTREMELY Serious when I say, NO ONE had better ever trespass on our property b/c If I find you, you might get an angry 6'3" 280lb man running after you. ESPECIALLY if I'm with a family member or my kids. Talk about DANGEROUS. How can your states allow this?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!