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Ask first for permission first
« on: October 01, 2009, 12:04:43 PM »
Hunters are reminded that when out scouting for hunting areas, hunting, and retrieving animals to respect private property.  Private land does not have to be fenced or signed?it is up to the person to know where they are.  On page 38 in the 2009 Wisconsin Deer Hunting Regulations it states that landowners suspecting that individuals are trespassing on their property should contact their local Sheriff's Department or other local law enforcement agency.  Conservation Wardens do not have the authority to investigate trespassing complaints.  * Remember:  Although hunters are required to make reasonable effort to retrieve game they have killed or injured, hunters may not trespass to retrieve game, even if the game was shot from outside of the private land.  Ask first for permission.
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