Discussion in 'Hunting' started by dirty south man, Sep 23, 2009.
I realize that they are a non-native species and are on the please kill list, but the laws in Tennessee are very specific on shooting from vehicles. What you have described would get you in trouble up here.
I'm all for killing them off.
I am against getting in trouble over doing what needs to be done.
I am really against doing something as dumb as telling on myself!
Yes, as long as you are on private property. Ranchers here shoot them from helicopters with buckshot (I've seen the films). But I've been told that you have to get a permit for that. Now that would be fun.
Generally, if you have a hunting license, you're in business.
Just my opinion: That ain't hunting, so I'd rather not see it on this hunting forum at all, thanks anyway. Driving around like a maniac, shooting indiscriminately from a moving vehicle, and running over hogs ain't ethical and it ain't hunting.
Let's just let the mods....sort it out. (wink).
Personally, I don't care how feral are dispatched....as long as it is legal.
They are analogous to cockroaches (just bigger).
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