Can Government Place Game Cameras On YOUR Land? Yep

Want to buy that beautiful ranch in Wyoming? Another legal aspect to consider.

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@Fizbin You hear about this? I imagine a couple of “errant” rounds would solve the situation (but don’t do that).

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I liked the suggestion of loading up geriatric porn on the sim card. Why not load up pictures of sasquatch or dinosaurs? No make that aliens…

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Camera’s can go missing?! Cattle and other animals can rub them right off.

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LOL! Don’t know about a sasquatch, but there’d definitely be quite a few of a random buck-naked hairless ape on there. :joy::joy::joy:

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Maybe geriatric alien -sasquatch porn… or a dob of mud on the lense.

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Add this file to the SIM card. They will be busy for hours…
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Back to our regular programming now. It amazes me that a state or federal employee can sneak onto your property at night and set-up a game camera. Seems like pure and simple trespass.

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A friend of mine has property adjoining state land and the DNR had set up a decoy to catch people road hunting. You can’t do that in Michigan.
Anyway, he shot it all legal like from the backside of the property adjoining his, not from the road. But boy were they pissed at him!!!
It’s been almost 20 years and he still gets crap for that one regularly during hunting season. It usually starts with someone doing a very rythematic, robotic, head bob and saying something like…Hey … do I look like a real buck???

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Without much research I would suggest government or game wardens can do that.

However, if it helpeded catch illegal hunters on my land then in for it.

I can understand working with game management to track herd sizes and catching poachers. Working together with landowners, not sneaking around the landowners back.

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That is not what these cameras are being used for. They are specifically used to spy on the landowners. Apparently they can place the cameras anywhere on your land, just not inside your home (that we know of).

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@Dave17, aww crud!

Well I hope they get a load off on me HUNTING :rofl::joy::sweat_smile::joy:

But in all seriousness this is not cool. Why would they use these powers to invade my privacy?

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Funny how the “No Trespassing” signs only work in one direction. I trespass on state or federal land, I go to jail…they trespass on private property, they give each other high fives and knuckle bumps.

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