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The North Carolina Wildlife Commission is not very clear on the specifics on hunting in Cultivated private properties such as Farm Land. Does anyone know if I am allowed to hunt anything at any time if its considered damaging to our crops? Such as deer?

Question by EMT2163. Uploaded on November 29, 2012

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from Bioguy01 wrote 1 year 20 weeks ago

Call the Wildlife Commission for advice on this. Sometimes the advice on these forums is not always legal. Better to get this answer from the people who will be writing you a citation rather than someone on a forum.

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from jdwood wrote 1 year 20 weeks ago

I'm with Bio on this one, call the Commission, and be sure before taking any game in a damage situation. In some states damage is evaluated and permits are issued if deemed necessary to reduce the damage.

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from nchunt101 wrote 1 year 20 weeks ago

You have to call the commission but its more of a formaility. They will give you more tags than you need if you can prove you have had any damage what so ever.

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from EMT2163 wrote 1 year 20 weeks ago

So in other words I cant hunt them out of season regardless?

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from nchunt101 wrote 1 year 20 weeks ago

You can,,,you just have to prove they have done more than $50.00 to your crops. After your call the game warden comes out and checks the fields for damage then write you a permit to hunt out of season in order to prevent damages. Just google NCWRC and call them. They will set you up

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from steve182 wrote 1 year 20 weeks ago

Get the permits first.

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from Sarge01 wrote 1 year 20 weeks ago

This is not the place for legal advice. Take it from a 35+ year Conservation Officer. You will get the wrong information not intentionally but by mistake. Call your state Wildlife Agency.

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from Bioguy01 wrote 1 year 20 weeks ago

Call the Wildlife Commission for advice on this. Sometimes the advice on these forums is not always legal. Better to get this answer from the people who will be writing you a citation rather than someone on a forum.

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from jdwood wrote 1 year 20 weeks ago

I'm with Bio on this one, call the Commission, and be sure before taking any game in a damage situation. In some states damage is evaluated and permits are issued if deemed necessary to reduce the damage.

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from nchunt101 wrote 1 year 20 weeks ago

You have to call the commission but its more of a formaility. They will give you more tags than you need if you can prove you have had any damage what so ever.

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from EMT2163 wrote 1 year 20 weeks ago

So in other words I cant hunt them out of season regardless?

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from nchunt101 wrote 1 year 20 weeks ago

You can,,,you just have to prove they have done more than $50.00 to your crops. After your call the game warden comes out and checks the fields for damage then write you a permit to hunt out of season in order to prevent damages. Just google NCWRC and call them. They will set you up

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from steve182 wrote 1 year 20 weeks ago

Get the permits first.

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from Sarge01 wrote 1 year 20 weeks ago

This is not the place for legal advice. Take it from a 35+ year Conservation Officer. You will get the wrong information not intentionally but by mistake. Call your state Wildlife Agency.

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