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Hunter shaking hands with farmer
Hunting is a privilege and can be taken away if hunters fail to act responsibly.

Landowners often complain that hunters:

  • Don’t get permission to hunt.
  • Don’t tell the landowners when they arrive at or leave the property.
  • Make too much noise.
  • Leave litter behind.
  • Carry loaded firearms in vehicles.
  • Drive off the ranch roads.
  • Don’t leave gates as they were found (open or shut) when the hunter arrived.
  • Shoot too close to neighbors or livestock.
  • Leave fires unattended.
  • Violate game laws.
  • Drink alcohol. Alcohol should NEVER be part of a hunt.