From the _Daily Press:
_On his 157 acres of Virginia farm country, professional bass fisherman Curt Lytle has stocked a 2-acre pond with bass and bluegill and set up wildlife feeding stations in the woods. But he complains a hunt club has let its hounds run onto his property, disrupting his own hunting and frightening his two little girls.
_Lytle told a judge in Isle of Wight County that he had had enough of the dogs encroaching on his southeastern Virginia plot in Zuni and scaring his girls, ages 2 and 4.
_”We just want this to end,” he added.
On Tuesday, however, the judge said the hunters had the right to go on Lytle’s land to fetch their hounds even though he is sympathetic to Lytle’s plight.
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