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JAB528
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re: Spinoff of the Troy Landry Thread- When is trespassing ok?
Why are you so fixated on other states? This discussion is about Louisiana and Louisiana law. What people do in other states does not matter.


lsupride87
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re: Spinoff of the Troy Landry Thread- When is trespassing ok?
I am fixated because I find our law ridiculous

And the fact we are one of the only states that wrote the law this way, it only furthers my reasoning this law was written to grease palms


mylsuhat
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re: Spinoff of the Troy Landry Thread- When is trespassing ok?
Louisiana's landscape is very unique


Louisiana's laws, in-turn, are very unique


JAB528
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re: Spinoff of the Troy Landry Thread- When is trespassing ok?
Oh that settles it

let everyone know Tigerdroppings poster lsupride87 finds the land law ridiculous, therefore we should change it to fit his wants.


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re: Spinoff of the Troy Landry Thread- When is trespassing ok?
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oh that settles it

let everyone know Tigerdroppings poster lsupride87 finds the land law ridiculous, therefore we should change it to fit his wants.




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lsupride87
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re: Spinoff of the Troy Landry Thread- When is trespassing ok?
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Louisiana's laws, in-turn, are very unique

Our freshwater landscape is not exactly unique.......

and yet, this law extends to that


mylsuhat
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re: Spinoff of the Troy Landry Thread- When is trespassing ok?
No, other places do have marshes and swamps. But how many of those places have canals dug by private companies through private property where the general public is allowed to have free reign?


JAB528
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re: Spinoff of the Troy Landry Thread- When is trespassing ok?
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Choirboy
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re: Spinoff of the Troy Landry Thread- When is trespassing ok?
I have no comment on the canals of S.LA. but I will say I am no fan of anyone trespassing. Period, end of story.
Unless I hear a turkey gobbling just over my property line then I guess it isn't too bad. Chances are the turkey has been on my place a time or two anyway.


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lsupride87
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re: Spinoff of the Troy Landry Thread- When is trespassing ok?
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We pay taxes

Our taxes are used to maintain the public roads

Troy landry takes the public roads that is maintained by taxpayers money into his land

He then gates land and does not let public taxpayers on some of the land they paid taxes to maintain
When we buy land, and gate a road, the state never gives another dollar or finger to said road correct?


When Troy gates his canal, public water is still continuously keeping said canal filled correct?
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mylsuhat
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re: Spinoff of the Troy Landry Thread- When is trespassing ok?
I am a huge advocate for public lands and public access. I believe that it is vital to the hunting and fishing communities.

But I also believe that this is a completely different argument.


There have been some rulings in the past that I don't agree with, specifically the ruling that Lake Theriot in Terrebonne Parish is private but everyone knows that was some shady shite


lsupride87
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re: Spinoff of the Troy Landry Thread- When is trespassing ok?
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No, other places do have marshes and swamps. But how many of those places have canals dug by private companies through private property where the general public is allowed to have free reign?


On the flip side


How many states have great natural freshwater fishing, that people build sloughs off of, use the water from the state waterway to fill said slough with fish and water, and then gate off said slough?





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re: Spinoff of the Troy Landry Thread- When is trespassing ok?
The law is on the side of the landowners. I recommend all of the trespassers staying out of the private canals and fishing in the more than 4.5 million acres of publicly available waterways in the wonderful state of Louisiana. These conversations always remind me of the stories that came out of Avoyelles Parish when the first high fence went up. All the coonasses from Plaucheville, Mansura, Bordelonville, etc., would drive the perimeter of the fence and shoot the deer inside because "how you gonna trap my deers like dat." Private property is private property. Sorry Charlie. Don't be a dirty trespasser.


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lsupride87
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re: Spinoff of the Troy Landry Thread- When is trespassing ok?
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There have been some rulings in the past that I don't agree with, specifically the ruling that Lake Theriot in Terrebonne Parish is private but everyone knows that was some shady shit

That was shady as frick

I have no faith that any law made in this state will be made for the right reason.


The basin is also tricky as shite to me.


That was some of the greatest natural fishing in the state. The oil companies came and dug canals, which naturally take the fish from their natural waterways into these dead end made canals. They are now gating these off.


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Ron Cheramie
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re: Spinoff of the Troy Landry Thread- When is trespassing ok?
Great question. People argue about navigable waterways but are often (almost always) talking about manmade canals

What states have oil/gas canals dug from natural public bodies of water that cut through private property and are open to the public for fishing/hunting?

Texas has canals like these. Are they public access?


Ron Cheramie
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re: Spinoff of the Troy Landry Thread- When is trespassing ok?
And for the record, if i owned the land that Troy did, I would gate off all my canals too just for liablilu. Wouldn't want some drunk coonass getting hurt back there and suing me. Or just for having to deal with all the trash fishermen leave behind


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REB BEER
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re: Spinoff of the Troy Landry Thread- When is trespassing ok?
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How many states have great natural freshwater fishing, that people build sloughs off of, use the water from the state waterway to fill said slough with fish and water, and then gate off said slough?


He has a point, ya know


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lsupride87
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re: Spinoff of the Troy Landry Thread- When is trespassing ok?
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Texas has canals like these. Are they public access?

Yes, they are



Which state has a better less corrupt run govt, tx or la?



















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mylsuhat
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re: Spinoff of the Troy Landry Thread- When is trespassing ok?
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And for the record, if i owned the land that Troy did, I would gate off all my canals too just for liablilu. Wouldn't want some drunk coonass getting hurt back there and suing me. Or just for having to deal with all the trash fishermen leave behind



quote:

Which state has a better less corrupt run govt, tx or la?



Exactly! to both of these statements.


We live in the state where it is ok, no, where it is encouraged to sue someone for $70,000 for a fender bender.


lsupride87
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re: Spinoff of the Troy Landry Thread- When is trespassing ok?
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We live in the state where it is ok, no, where it is encouraged to sue someone for $70,000 for a fender bender.

LA is fricked, and IMHO, this will hurt our economy even more in the long run


Now that the gating of these canals is become far more common, it is causing issues

B.A.S.S has already already removed any competition from out state becaue of this law.

This law will also over time cause less people to fish, which means less boats bought, less equipment, etc etc




The law is extrmely complicated, and the details on both sides are numerous



The reason I use the "other states argument", is because it simplifies this.


If you dont have the time to completely research the nature of both sides of the issues, ask yourself "do our politicians usually make better or worse decisions than everywhere else? And whose interest do they usually have in mind?"
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