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    Quote Originally Posted by brent View Post
    Or when you say rule, do you mean firearms safety rule?
    Brings up a good observation....MOST hunting deaths/accidents that I can remember off hand were the direct result of a violation of one the Firearm Safety rules. Probably something that should be stressed more than just the Regs that only cost you money.
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    Agreed.....charges pertaining to safety are usually laid as a result of an incident.

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    [QUOTE=double lung;883432]hunting with unlicenced dog, don't know anyone who buys a licence for their dog, don't know the point in having to licence the dog, pure cash grab. Told the dog it needed a licence, hope she doesn't get charged cause she has no money to pay the fine.[/QUOTE
    If you listen really closely that little whine was " you ll do the time for me won t you"

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    Brings up a good observation....MOST hunting deaths/accidents that I can remember off hand were the direct result of a violation of one the Firearm Safety rules. Probably something that should be stressed more than just the Regs that only cost you money.
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    the reason it s written down as a rule is common sense ain t so common. who ever got killed by a loaded gun ?

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    Lets hope the MNR isnt tracking this thread lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaycee View Post
    Is that any different than what most police do, they lay charges and then let you fight it out in the courts, often times they are wrong but it is up to you and your lawyers to "prove them wrong" and this can bet an expensive situation.
    Think you got it a bit wrong. They lay charges if warranted and its up to you too either man up an admit your guilt or pay a good lawyer to weasel out of the charge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by finsfurfeathers View Post
    Think you got it a bit wrong. They lay charges if warranted and its up to you too either man up an admit your guilt or pay a good lawyer to weasel out of the charge.
    Lol. That's a funny.

    Sometimes yes, the OPP have it right.
    Sometimes they don't.
    How is it one careless cigarette can cause a forest fire, but it takes a whole box of matches to light a campfire?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chameleon View Post
    Besides it is not good to keep your meat any longer freezer burn and spoilage would be an issue.
    I vacuum seal most of my meat now and it keeps for a long time. I found some beef tenderloin that was 3 years old and it was fine. No freezer burn or bad taste. So spoilage is not an issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smitty55 View Post
    I vacuum seal most of my meat now and it keeps for a long time. I found some beef tenderloin that was 3 years old and it was fine. No freezer burn or bad taste. So spoilage is not an issue.

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    Professionally wrapped in butcher paper lasts a long time too. I don't worry about spoilage in my freezer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brent View Post
    I would guess the biggest hunting one would be sunrise/sunset times and being encased.

    Party hunting for waterfowl.

    "Party" fishing.
    There was a debate a couple of years ago on a bird hunting forum I used to be on regarding party hunting for waterfowl. I ended up getting a hold of the CWS and asked and they replied that yes, it's perfectly legal. I printed a copy of the email and used to carry it with me when duck and goose hunting in case there was ever an issue in the field.

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