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    Default Bill to ban dog hunting

    I just got word of this, anyone have any info about it, Duck Tape?

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    Someone told me yesterday. It was a group txt going around with a telephone number attached. The problem was the bill "number" didn't make sense for a SC bill.

    Now maybe it got screwed up. But I questioned the guy an asked had he called the number attached to the txt. It was a 803 number. He had not. Interested in this one.

    From the sounds of it, it is the old bill from 2015 refined slightly

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    It would never pass anyways.

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    If those cocksuckers will vote to take a flag off of a soldiers monument....anything is possible these days.

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    Correct

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    H 3272Next General Bill, By Ridgeway
    A BILL TO AMEND THE CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, BY ADDING SECTION
    50-11-325 SO AS TO DEFINE THE TERM "HUNTING DEER WITH A DOG", TO PROVIDE THAT
    A PERSON HUNTING DEER WITH A DOG MUST CAUSE THE DOG TO BE IDENTIFIED WITH A
    COLLAR, TO PROVIDE THE PROCEDURE WHEREBY A LOST DOG IS RETURNED TO ITS OWNER,
    TO PROVIDE THAT THE OWNER OF A DOG THAT TRESPASSES ON ANOTHER PERSON'S
    PROPERTY IS LIABLE FOR CIVIL DAMAGES, TO PROVIDE THAT IT IS UNLAWFUL TO STEAL,
    HARM, OR KILL A DOG IN PURSUIT OF A DEER THAT HAS IDENTIFIABLE OWNER
    INFORMATION OR REMOVE OR DESTROY ANY MEANS OF IDENTIFYING OR TRACKING THE DOG,
    TO PROVIDE THAT HUNTING DEER WITH A DOG IS UNLAWFUL ON A TRACT OF LAND THAT
    CONTAINS LESS THAN ONE THOUSAND ACRES UNLESS THE TRACT OF LAND IS ENCLOSED BY
    A FENCE, AND TO PROVIDE VARIOUS PENALTIES.

    12/15/16 House Prefiled
    12/15/16 House Referred to Committee on Agriculture, Natural
    Resources and Environmental Affairs
    01/10/17 House Introduced and read first time
    01/10/17 House Referred to Committee on Agriculture, Natural
    Resources and Environmental Affairs
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    Where the hell did you come from again cotton?
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    Now that could pass. It did in Ga a few years ago.

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    Yeah that bill luckydogger just posted looks like it could pass.

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    That's an interesting bill as they are putting in protections for dogs getting onto others' properties (which obviously happens way more when people try and dog hunt on smaller tracts) but then puts the minimum acreage at 1,000 acres. I know it will still happen but how often do you see clubs with 1,000 + acre blocks letting dogs get onto adjoining lands? Most clubs (In my experience) that have 1,000 + blocks to hunt have things planned out enough/standardized to hunt the blocks and keep the dogs from getting off the property. That's just my experience though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cottontop74 View Post
    If those cocksuckers will vote to take a flag off of a soldiers monument....anything is possible these days.
    well said
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    Sounds very reasonable to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckman88 View Post
    That's an interesting bill as they are putting in protections for dogs getting onto others' properties (which obviously happens way more when people try and dog hunt on smaller tracts) but then puts the minimum acreage at 1,000 acres. I know it will still happen but how often do you see clubs with 1,000 + acre blocks letting dogs get onto adjoining lands? Most clubs (In my experience) that have 1,000 + blocks to hunt have things planned out enough/standardized to hunt the blocks and keep the dogs from getting off the property. That's just my experience though.
    I hunt in GA. It happens all the time. Dirtnecks are gonna dirtneck, no matter how much land they have. I hope the bullshit gets outlawed. Too many renegades use it as a crutch to hunt without any respect for other people's property.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marsh chicken View Post
    I hunt in GA. It happens all the time. Dirtnecks are gonna dirtneck, no matter how much land they have. I hope the bullshit gets outlawed. Too many renegades use it as a crutch to hunt without any respect for other people's property.
    What's your clubs procedure if a dog or dogs crosses property lines

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckman88 View Post
    That's an interesting bill as they are putting in protections for dogs getting onto others' properties (which obviously happens way more when people try and dog hunt on smaller tracts) but then puts the minimum acreage at 1,000 acres. I know it will still happen but how often do you see clubs with 1,000 + acre blocks letting dogs get onto adjoining lands? Most clubs (In my experience) that have 1,000 + blocks to hunt have things planned out enough/standardized to hunt the blocks and keep the dogs from getting off the property. That's just my experience though.
    Doesn't matter if they have 10,000. They will get off of it on a regular basis.

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    I believe it's 3 warnings and dog permit gets pulled in GA

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    No need to ban it, just make them put a fence around their property

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kioti View Post
    Doesn't matter if they have 10,000. They will get off of it on a regular basis.
    Yea, as I said, in my experience it didn't seem that way and it certainly did not seem like a regular occurrence. Just hate to see what dog hunting has turned into nowadays and how many despise that way of hunting. I didn't shoot my first deer with a rifle until I was in college and grew up with the mindset that sitting in a tree and waiting on deer was for wussies. It is funny to see how things change though, haven't been on a dog drive in probably 10 years and I enjoy relaxing in a deer stand waiting on deer... But I will say, there is not much better than standing at the ready with an A5 as the dogs head your way!
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    If you're gonna regulate it, Georgia's system is a good starting point.

    That said, I'm an advocate for ALL hunting methods. Know this, the antihunters are looking for every means possible to divide us so that their case looks stronger. We have a constitutional right to hunt in this state, but we don't need any more regulations limiting it. It just erodes that right further and further every time we pass another bill.

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