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TigerDeacon
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re: Neighbor put ground blind and feeder on the property line--he has 10 acres bordering 150
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Hell, I am on a club where the neighbor hunts about 200 yards off...real close to the line.


Little bit different situation than this instance.


WildManGoose
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re: Neighbor put ground blind and feeder on the property line--he has 10 acres bordering 150
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So the most he might have is 2-3 deer on the 10 acres. He tries to hunt the middle and he runs them off his place.

Now you have 150 acres, rarely hunt


These are pretty compelling facts to...

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just assume he is going to shoot deer across your property line.



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tigerfoot
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re: Neighbor put ground blind and feeder on the property line--he has 10 acres bordering 150
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Little bit different situation than this instance.

what is the difference?

They hunt the line. They come on our lease to get deer.

They feed next to the line. They can see on to our lease. What is the difference?


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welder69
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re: Neighbor put ground blind and feeder on the property line--he has 10 acres bordering 150
People like you need to learn sportsmanship


dat yat
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re: Neighbor put ground blind and feeder on the property line--he has 10 acres bordering 150
My Arkansas club has 30+ stands on 1000 acres and 10 of them are on property lines. Several of our neighbors have stands just over the line. It has never caused a problem; only a couple retrevals onto neighboring properties over the past decade.

Property lines make good spots because there are usually trails or firebreaks. Like another poster said, face it so you are shooting down the line or back onto your property.

It shouldn't be that big of a deal.


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I B Freeman
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re: Neighbor put ground blind and feeder on the property line--he has 10 acres bordering 150
What you think about the guy putting targets on marketable timber on the land I own and shooting up the tree till it dies???

The guy’s blind literally rest against the barb wire fence on the landline both directions.

Don’t lecture me about good sportsmanship.


bulldog95
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re: Neighbor put ground blind and feeder on the property line--he has 10 acres bordering 150
Put up a fence. Some T-post with about 5 strands of barb wire about chest high. Then put up some game cams and if he crosses the fence onto your property contact the local authorities and the green jeans


My dad caught our neighbor with a climbing stand right across our property line one time. We liberated his trail cam and feeder.

Another time we found where he had put nails into a tree and built a stand in the fork of the tree. My dad cut the tree down and liberated his feeder and trail cam.

The third time my dad found someone hunting on our property he destroyed the ground blind. This was before feeders or game cams so we also pissed in the corn pile.

In north LA we don’t take kindly to folks hunting or trespassing on our property without permission. Now my dads 75 so if it’s in the field behind our house he takes care of it but if it’s down in the woods past the creek up to the pipeline he calls one of his nephews to come out and take care of it (they hunt our property whenever I’m not up hunting). We share stands and food plots.

I’ve killed a nice 8 point and my family has killed several 6-8 point bucks.
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elprez00
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re: Neighbor put ground blind and feeder on the property line--he has 10 acres bordering 150
So NOW you’re worried about property rights and individual liberty?


BFIV
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re: Neighbor put ground blind and feeder on the property line--he has 10 acres bordering 150
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So NOW you’re worried about property rights and individual liberty?




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I B Freeman
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re: Neighbor put ground blind and feeder on the property line--he has 10 acres bordering 150
Can you find an instance EVER that I have not been???

You make these stupid inferences and can never present anything to back them up.


down time
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re: Neighbor put ground blind and feeder on the property line--he has 10 acres bordering 150
This is the problem with the 50 acre tracts in the hill country.

People try to cheat the cost of a real ranch and end up high fenced in.

If the trajectory of your blind and feed set up puts the bullets backstop off the property, it is illegal. To retrieve a wounded animal you need landowner permission.
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baldona
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re: Neighbor put ground blind and feeder on the property line--he has 10 acres bordering 150
On only 10 acres, there's a reasonable chance your neighbor could shoot a deer on the complete opposite side of the property and it still run onto your land.

I get the trespassing concern, but its always a concern with a neighbor with only 10 acres. The best thing to do is to increase your boundary to make it more clear and less likely to be crossed.


I B Freeman
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re: Neighbor put ground blind and feeder on the property line--he has 10 acres bordering 150
I don't have any problems at all with people retrieving wounded deer on my property.

I have problems with people sitting blinds on my actual line and calling me a couple of months ahead of time about "wounded deer" that might be on my property. He is anticipating wounded deer being there because that is where he intends on shooting them.

It's clear his intentions are to hunt my property and it is clear from his history he will abuse any access given to the property. The man shot 7mm bullets into a 100 foot long leaf pine and told the owner he didn't think he would mind since he wasn't hunting.

Why give him any access?
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CootKilla
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re: Neighbor put ground blind and feeder on the property line--he has 10 acres bordering 150
I hunt on a tract of land that is only 96 feet wide and have never shot on the neighbor's property.

I know you said the previous owner had problems with him. Tell him straight up you will not tolerate him on your property and that you have cameras facing his stand and will be able to tell if he shoots on your property and will prosecute him to the fullest extent of the law. Then hand him a cold beer.


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boudinman
Member since Nov 2019
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re: Neighbor put ground blind and feeder on the property line--he has 10 acres bordering 150
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I have problems with people sitting blinds on my actual line


You are aware that there are TWO sides to a line? Right? He's on his side of it.


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jchamil
Member since Nov 2009
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re: Neighbor put ground blind and feeder on the property line--he has 10 acres bordering 150
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What you think about the guy putting targets on marketable timber on the land I own and shooting up the tree till it dies???



Did you confront him about this?


SmackoverHawg
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Member since Oct 2011
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re: Neighbor put ground blind and feeder on the property line--he has 10 acres bordering 150
I helped a guy drag out a nice 11 pt I'd been watching. He was hunting our line. And on the road. Only issue I had was safety. Nice guy. Had never hunted anything but box blinds on power/gas lines. I was even nice enough show him some really good areas where I'd seen big deer crossing over the years. I helped him find stands and put out cameras. The next year he killed two NICE bucks where I'd set him up at. And has done well since and become a real hunter. He lives just down the road, keeps an eye on my shite and is a damn good welder.

As long as the guy isn't facing your land, and that's more for safety reasons, he has every right to hunt there. I'd try and befriend him and it may work out for you. If he turns out to be an arse and trespasses on your land or does some other devious shite. I have stories of how to handle that as well.

If someone asks to hunt, especially with a kid, I will help them out. I have more land than I can hunt and love to get new people into hunting. It's getting more expensive to justify many people doing it. A trespasser/poacher gets far different treatment.


And be careful who you frick with. If I had just ten acres and some asswipe that never hunts was busting my chops for hunting by his line...he might just lose more than one or two marketable trees. I've known people to burn people's shite to the ground. And as someone else mentioned, the deer belong to all of us.


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SmackoverHawg
Arkansas Fan
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re: Neighbor put ground blind and feeder on the property line--he has 10 acres bordering 150
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The woods are so thick with brush on his property that he can't shoot into it.


That's where the big boys live. That's the shite I look for and hunt the edges of it. Sounds like he knows how to hunt.


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bushwacker
LSU Fan
Youngsville
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re: Neighbor put ground blind and feeder on the property line--he has 10 acres bordering 150
High fence along his property line. Problem solved.


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KillTheGophers
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Member since Jan 2016
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re: Neighbor put ground blind and feeder on the property line--he has 10 acres bordering 150
Take him to court - judges in LA won’t let them set camp and hunt on the boundaries


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