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  • At what point do we say enough is enough? I believe in to each his own. But there are to many people that dont show respect to land owners. When a person cant keep their dogs on their own property then they shouldnt run them. Most of us were taught from a young age to respect others. It is being lost in todays hunting. We should not work hard to prp our hunting land to have it wasted by the so called 10% that do not give a crap about our rights. If you cant get your peers in line then dog hunting should go. I for one will not stand for it anymore. Let your dogs come on my land and you can follow the collar down the creek attached to a 2 liter bottle.

    November 02, 2012 at 9:47am
    A comment titled: dogs in response to a report titled: Dog Running

    I think the biggest problem with dog hunting is the fact that they almost always end up on someone else's. If you can not control them then dont run them. That is as simple as it gets. If my kid gets caught in your honey hole who are you going to hold responsible? And while a deer does not belong to anyone until taken, that does not give you the right to intrude on there property.

    November 01, 2012 at 11:20am
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