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    I've been out hunting with a group that had dog running the yotes. i didn't stay long they just drove around looking for fresh tracks. put the dogs on them and didn't seem to care about permission. They sat in there trucks with the radios going waiting to see where to cut them off. Im sure other groups are not like that! i left pretty fast.
    I do feel pretty bad for the guys with dogs. 25 years ago we didn't have tree huggers buying up farms and it was just the way things went on back then.
    Last edited by Road; February 4th, 2017 at 05:28 PM.

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    I've got lots of experience with running hounds on yotes and landowner issues.
    We run the same areas every year and do run into Issues.
    Our gang sits in set spots in bush and we have spotters in trucks with dog boxes to follow hounds and protect the hounds on road crossings.
    There's no way to predict which way a coyote will run and they do get on property we don't have permission.If they get on those properties we either let them run through and catch them on next road or knock on doors and explain situation and ask to just catch dogs.
    Most people are very understanding and allow us to catch dogs.
    Being respectful and polite goes along wayour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuel80guy View Post
    I've got lots of experience with running hounds on yotes and landowner issues.
    We run the same areas every year and do run into Issues.
    Our gang sits in set spots in bush and we have spotters in trucks with dog boxes to follow hounds and protect the hounds on road crossings.
    There's no way to predict which way a coyote will run and they do get on property we don't have permission.If they get on those properties we either let them run through and catch them on next road or knock on doors and explain situation and ask to just catch dogs.
    Most people are very understanding and allow us to catch dogs.
    Being respectful and polite goes along wayour.
    I know of a few people who would fly into a barnyard, jump out of the truck and unload at a running yote without even knowing who the farmer is.

    That is one of the reasons why people are shutting down their property to hunters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox View Post
    I know of a few people who would fly into a barnyard, jump out of the truck and unload at a running yote without even knowing who the farmer is.

    That is one of the reasons why people are shutting down their property to hunters.
    Man,that's crap and no excuse for it. Pulling that these days would land a bunch in a pile of really hot water.
    When I was younger,I blew half a fortune on whisky and wild women. The rest I just wasted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Road View Post
    I've been out hunting with a group that had dog running the yotes. i didn't stay long they just drove around looking for fresh tracks. put the dogs on them and didn't seem to care about permission. They sat in there trucks with the radios going waiting to see where to cut them off. Im sure other groups are not like that! i left pretty fast.
    I do feel pretty bad for the guys with dogs. 25 years ago we didn't have tree huggers buying up farms and it was just the way things went on back then.
    But there are much more than tree huggers that don't want hounds crossing their land, some fellow hunters too, and this is the scary part... As a land owner I don't get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by COYHUNTER View Post
    he didnt want us to see his crops??????get it
    we have had runs 23 miles,,,,,,,,,,,,you cant tell where the dogs go......
    I get that the hounds will follow wherever the chase leads them, but I should hope the shooting happens only on land you have permission on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by COYHUNTER View Post
    he didnt want us to see his crops??????get it
    we have had runs 23 miles,,,,,,,,,,,,you cant tell where the dogs go......
    This is exactly my point. If I push a bush, and the deer runs around the blockers into a bush where I don't have permission, I go home. If your hobby requires you to break the law and make the rest of us look bad, you should get a different hobby.

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    First thy come for the coyote dogs that's okay because you don't like it.next thy come for your upland bird dogs. That's okay because you don't hunt thet way.but when thy come for your duck dogs or your deer drives. you will be screaming for help. Are hunting traditions are disappearing. We need to stick together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dutchhunter View Post
    First thy come for the coyote dogs that's okay because you don't like it.next thy come for your upland bird dogs. That's okay because you don't hunt thet way.but when thy come for your duck dogs or your deer drives. you will be screaming for help. Are hunting traditions are disappearing. We need to stick together.
    Don't think anyone is against running yotes with hounds. Think the point is don't let your self interest supersede that of the one paying taxes on the property.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dutchhunter View Post
    First thy come for the coyote dogs that's okay because you don't like it.next thy come for your upland bird dogs. That's okay because you don't hunt thet way.but when thy come for your duck dogs or your deer drives. you will be screaming for help. Are hunting traditions are disappearing. We need to stick together.
    Condoning lawbreaking is not the brightest move we can make. Trespassing on private property by dogs running game is just as bad as hunters wandering wherever they feel like. Claiming "dogs don't read signs" is just dumb. If any conduct will cause the loss of the use of dogs for hunting,this is it.
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