Private Birds?

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2017/10/13 12:05:32 (permalink)

Private Birds?

Private pheasants bought and paid for , TOTALLY, by a private club released n my area comes on my private property do I still need or should buy a pheasant stamp?
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    tippecanoe
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    Re: Private Birds? 2017/10/13 13:24:20 (permalink)
    I would guess yes, but I honestly don't know buddy.  Make a quick call to the local WCO before you go blasting those chickens with out one.  Maybe you don't need one, but better safe than sorry.
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    Re: Private Birds? 2017/10/13 13:51:16 (permalink)
    Walleye jigs
    Private pheasants bought and paid for , TOTALLY, by a private club released n my area comes on my private property do I still need or should buy a pheasant stamp?




    Need?  Probably by the letter of the law
     
    Should?  Depends how quick ya still are.  
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    Re: Private Birds? 2017/10/13 15:52:19 (permalink)
    I would say yes just like you would need a trout stamp to harvest trout from a pay or club lake which is privately stocked, if for no other reason than you would have the burden of proof and that might be difficult (unless the private birds have clipped beaks or holes in their beaks where they once wore blinders).

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    Re: Private Birds? 2017/10/21 17:35:28 (permalink)
    Ok you guys win! 9 birds in the yard today and I left the pellet gun alone! Can't understand why the club finished turning their birds loose today. Could have turned into trout day with people standing at the ready by the trucks!
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    Re: Private Birds? 2017/10/21 19:21:42 (permalink)
    DarDays, I do not think that you need a trout stamp or a fishing license to fish for or keep anything from a pay lake. Some of them would issue you a receipt for fish if they were out of season.  sam
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    Re: Private Birds? 2017/10/21 19:52:36 (permalink)
    Nope and nope again.

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