Tennessee Hunting Rights Amendment

Tennessee Hunting Rights Amendment

Created by CitizenTopix on Oct 7, 2010

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Buddy

Charlotte, NC

#9526 Dec 17, 2013
The gov can control the ammo cause they are control freaks!
yukkagal

New Kensington, PA

#9527 Dec 17, 2013
youtube.com/watch... …………I like the Hunting there-keep it clean
doe resident

Jonesborough, TN

#9528 Dec 19, 2013
I get mad when people come to my land that is posted and I have to get up and run them off at 5 am when they are spotlighting. They have land of their own but have also posted it. They like to kill the deer on my land during season then hunt on theirs all year long. They drive on other peoples property in the night and try to run them off their own land by driving in behind them and trying to get them to move. Who DO they think they are! They are thieves, liars, poachers, and dopers.
propertyowner

Kingsport, TN

#9529 Dec 19, 2013
ownership of property and everything on it . IT'S CALLED BUCKSHOT !!! it knows no name and has no mercy ....
buck master

Chapel Hill, TN

#9530 Dec 22, 2013
Wish there was a Game Warden reading this because I have a similar problem. The land next to me is leased for crops. Instead of hunting it like they should, the man and his son prefer to shoot deer from their truck on a regular basis! They have rights to the land so why not hang a stand!!! Pisses me off for people to shoot from the road!! Please catch them! Only location I am giving is that it is within 1.5 miles of Horton Park!!
property owner

Kingsport, TN

#9531 Dec 22, 2013
take pictures , call the game warden , problem solved.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#9532 Dec 23, 2013
"Hunters, Beware: Rare Albino Deer Protected By Tennessee Law."

("Coveted as trophy, only 7 to 35 are estimated to live in Tennessee.")

Click here:
http://www.tennessean.com/article/20131223/NE...
Joe

Gallatin, TN

#9533 Dec 26, 2013
This law passed in 2010 why are people still posting on it anyway????
Grimy Phoxx

Oak Ridge, TN

#9534 Dec 26, 2013
its the code of the fox.
doe resident

Johnson City, TN

#9535 Dec 27, 2013
SexySassySenior wrote:
"Hunters, Beware: Rare Albino Deer Protected By Tennessee Law."
("Coveted as trophy, only 7 to 35 are estimated to live in Tennessee.")
Click here:
http://www.tennessean.com/article/20131223/NE...
If some stupid redneck wants the trophy to mount he does not care if it IS protected. I once saw a white wolf that had been shot in the head but left laying. He left a trail of blood from the dead animal in the middle of the road to the ditch where he fell. There had been animals in the road which had most likely been used for bait. Why was he shot if they were not going to keep him for a trophy? They shoot young doe and leave them laying. DUH, do they not realize that the doe provides them with more deer?
They ride up and down the road and shoot from the side of the road even in the dark. They are out and about in their loud trucks waking people around 4:15 am. They invade other areas when they own property of their own. They park and wait on game when they are facing a "no trespassing" sign. They surely KNOW that the signs mean that they are not allowed on the land. Even if they know, they are bullies and like to run over other people. This is my definition of the local hunters. They even hide their bow under items in the truck bed when they are out at night!!!!!!!! You know; so they can shoot and no-one hear a sound!!!!!!
doe resident

Johnson City, TN

#9536 Dec 27, 2013
Joe wrote:
This law passed in 2010 why are people still posting on it anyway????
Why do people still post on the "who will you vote for TENN Gov in 2010" ??? Govener voted in already!!!! Non-residents!!!!!
Mt Juliet Resident

Mount Juliet, TN

#9537 Dec 27, 2013
It's perfectly legal to hunt and fish in Tennessee and has been for many decades. All residents are required to complete the Tennessee Hunter Safety Course and obtain the Hunt/Fish Combo License at minimum. The Hunting Licenses are based on what type of animal you will be hunting. Also, you are required to obtain written permission from the landowner in the form of a TWRA paper contract that can be printed from TWRA's website as well as a printable card that must also be signed by the landowner and kept on your person at all times. You are only allowed to hunt certain animals at certain times of the year.
doe resident

Johnson City, TN

#9538 Dec 27, 2013
Mt Juliet Resident wrote:
It's perfectly legal to hunt and fish in Tennessee and has been for many decades. All residents are required to complete the Tennessee Hunter Safety Course and obtain the Hunt/Fish Combo License at minimum. The Hunting Licenses are based on what type of animal you will be hunting. Also, you are required to obtain written permission from the landowner in the form of a TWRA paper contract that can be printed from TWRA's website as well as a printable card that must also be signed by the landowner and kept on your person at all times. You are only allowed to hunt certain animals at certain times of the year.
We ALL know the rules. The problem is that hunters are above the law. They seem to have little buddies in office who protect them unless the poor game warden is watching every move and we know he has a large area to cover. Even then, their story is not investigated that they tell the warden. The law does not seem to want to do anything about them parking all along the roads and spotlighting. The hunters are also known as drunks, thieves, dope-heads, violators when they switch out tags and litterers.
IndianJoe

North Augusta, SC

#9539 Dec 28, 2013
doe resident wrote:
<quoted text>We ALL know the rules. The problem is that hunters are above the law. They seem to have little buddies in office who protect them unless the poor game warden is watching every move and we know he has a large area to cover. Even then, their story is not investigated that they tell the warden. The law does not seem to want to do anything about them parking all along the roads and spotlighting. The hunters are also known as drunks, thieves, dope-heads, violators when they switch out tags and litterers.
Around here, we call'em rednecks!
Hunter for life

Knoxville, TN

#9540 Jan 14, 2014
I totally agree.
Steve

Baltimore, MD

#9541 Jan 16, 2014
We love our guns
6 point buck

Baltimore, MD

#9542 Jan 16, 2014
Eatin my deer sausage now, nice smoked flavor.
drip

Dayton, TN

#9543 Jan 16, 2014
6 point buck wrote:
Eatin my deer sausage now, nice smoked flavor.
You can smoke my sausage.

Since: Dec 13

Jackson, TN

#9545 Jan 18, 2014
yes
stop it

United States

#9546 Jan 18, 2014
No

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