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cbr900racer22
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re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
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Folks are mad at Landry for gating his land and keeping you from stealing off of it


What are people stealing?


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Boat Motor Bandit
Member since Jun 2016
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re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
Is the water not covering land inside the boundries of his property? All land has survey lines. If the water is inside these lines its his. This is not rocket science. A dredged canal across your property out to a bigger water outlet is still on your property. I do not see how this is hard for people. I almost feel that the people that don't understand this missed civics class in grade school or sat back and just ate the crayons


Midtiger farm
Member since Nov 2014
1171 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
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Is he paying taxes on the water or the dirt?


SO in your opinion you can go anywhere there is water on anyone's property? You can go duck hunt on anyone's marsh?


cbr900racer22
LSU Fan
City of Central, LA.
Member since Sep 2009
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re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
If it is fed from a public navigable waterway, yes.


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Boat Motor Bandit
Member since Jun 2016
1114 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
Water is covering the land inside the owners survey lines....yes it is his. This is so elementary


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lsupride87
LSU Fan
River Ridge
Member since Dec 2007
49130 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
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Is the water not covering land inside the boundries of his property? All land has survey lines. If the water is inside these lines its his. This is not rocket science. A dredged canal across your property out to a bigger water outlet is still on your property. I do not see how this is hard for people. I almost feel that the people that don't understand this missed civics class in grade school or sat back and just ate the crayons

You are correct for Louisiana.

I would like to point out though, for all other 49 states, their civics class tells them the opposite...........


Their civivs class tells them this


You do not own a body of water unless it's 100% on your property surrounded by land that can not be reached by public waters. Interconnected waterways are public.
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cbr900racer22
LSU Fan
City of Central, LA.
Member since Sep 2009
695 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
Boom. Mic dropped


lsupride87
LSU Fan
River Ridge
Member since Dec 2007
49130 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
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Boom. Mic dropped
I wish. Unfortunately, we are in La, so we have to suffer the consequences for being in our fricked up state govt that is last in almost everything


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Ron Cheramie
The Cajun Hedgehog
Member since Aug 2016
1933 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
You just said it's correct for lousiana. We are talking about Louisiana. It's a fricked up law but it's still the law


lsupride87
LSU Fan
River Ridge
Member since Dec 2007
49130 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
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You just said it's correct for lousiana. We are talking about Louisiana. It's a fricked up law but it's still the law


Agreed

I am just telling the poster he might want to get off his high horse about civics class and shite.....


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AUCE05
Atlanta Braves Fan
Member since Dec 2009
24294 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
Amen brother. Local people believe just because they have lived in a trailer nearby for 45 years that they somehow have a claim to all the local wilderness.


lsupride87
LSU Fan
River Ridge
Member since Dec 2007
49130 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
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Amen brother. Local people believe just because they have lived in a trailer nearby for 45 years that they somehow have a claim to all the local wilderness.

You are in Alabama or GA correct?

In Bama or GA, I can legally fish in Troys canal if he had one there.....
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AUCE05
Atlanta Braves Fan
Member since Dec 2009
24294 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
And that is false. I trout fish on streams in GA that I have to exit the stream and walk around a certain section because it is private. Private streams are huge in Montana.


cbr900racer22
LSU Fan
City of Central, LA.
Member since Sep 2009
695 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
Because you are on land.


Ron Cheramie
The Cajun Hedgehog
Member since Aug 2016
1933 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
Nope Colorado too. Landowner owns the bottom to the center of the stream. You can float through and fish but you better not get out the boat or anchor down


lsupride87
LSU Fan
River Ridge
Member since Dec 2007
49130 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
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You can float through and fish
exactly our points


lsupride87
LSU Fan
River Ridge
Member since Dec 2007
49130 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
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And that is false. I trout fish on streams in GA that I have to exit the stream and walk around a certain section because it is private. Private streams are huge in Montana.
Also, NAVIGABLE WATERWAYS cant be blocked off in those states


A smaller stream will likely not qualify as navigable, so blocking it off is allowed


AUCE05
Atlanta Braves Fan
Member since Dec 2009
24294 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
There's a huge difference there. In AL, if it flows, it is considered navigable. In GA, it differs. A lot more strict. But to my point, LA is not the only state with weird access issues. Idaho and Montana vary widely on the subject.


lsupride87
LSU Fan
River Ridge
Member since Dec 2007
49130 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
All states have some differences in their laws

LA is by far unique with the amount to power they give LANDowners to restrict access to large navigable waterways connected to public waterways


Ron Cheramie
The Cajun Hedgehog
Member since Aug 2016
1933 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
The navigable waters in question in lousiana are almost always manmade. They are rights of ways for oil/gas companies

I compare it to a pipeline goes through public land that cuts through your property that you own on both sides It's a right of way but If someone is hunting on that stretch of pipeline, they are trespassing on your property.


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