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    Some state out west just made poaching in any regard a felony.

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    It passed. Open season. Have at it.
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    Either write things worth reading, or do things worth writing.

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    Heck yea!!!!!!!

    Tell McMaster to fire up the pen!

    It is about time!
    She got them eagle feathers; cocaine eyes
    She got the heat to make a dead man rise
    A rose in her hair, a devil may care attitude
    She never said she would stay by my side
    She only wanted to be there for the ride
    A bottle of wine, a coupla lines
    She was there for the night

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    He will not sign. Governors get let time lapse on wildlife bills and they become law.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigtimber2 View Post
    He will not sign. Governors get let time lapse on wildlife bills and they become law.

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    What does that mean? There's a waiting period?

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    Does each property have to have a list of people attached to it like it is done now or is it a general broad this property is registered?
    She got them eagle feathers; cocaine eyes
    She got the heat to make a dead man rise
    A rose in her hair, a devil may care attitude
    She never said she would stay by my side
    She only wanted to be there for the ride
    A bottle of wine, a coupla lines
    She was there for the night

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catdaddy View Post
    What does that mean? There's a waiting period?

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    I think the governor has 10 days to veto a bill or it becomes law. Most new wildlife laws are effective July 1st. This gives DNR time to add to regs before printing.

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    So does this mean centerfire will be allowed year round?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChuckyNoCheeze View Post
    So does this mean centerfire will be allowed year round?
    yes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silentweapon338 View Post
    Does each property have to have a list of people attached to it like it is done now or is it a general broad this property is registered?
    each person is registered
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigtimber2 View Post
    He will not sign. Governors get let time lapse on wildlife bills and they become law.

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    As with all bills the governor can sign, let it clock in with our his signature, or veto.
    Either write things worth reading, or do things worth writing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duck Tape View Post
    each person is registered
    As per our conversation an the conversation I had with DNR this is gonna be a cluster mess.

    I'll continue my normal route of picking up the phone an politely asking for a permit.

    I see where a lot of people are about to get in big time trouble. This is a recipient for tickets!
    She got them eagle feathers; cocaine eyes
    She got the heat to make a dead man rise
    A rose in her hair, a devil may care attitude
    She never said she would stay by my side
    She only wanted to be there for the ride
    A bottle of wine, a coupla lines
    She was there for the night

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    Curious. Was there ever a DNR statement of position on this bill?

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    No night hunting for hogs or coyotes unless the property is registered is the way I read it. Then you can use whatever, whenever. No hog or coyote hunting at night if the property is not registered regardless of weapon.

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    This sounds like the current laws that are in place- with the exception of removing the stupid caliber restrictions and elevation requirements. Having the property registered (and it's hunters) currently takes about 5 minutes online and you wait 48 hrs for approval. It's so simple. This is great news for our state.

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