squatch1978ParticipantNovember 29, 2018 at 9:44 pmPost count: 21
How do you keep Hmongs from Minnesota hunting public land that borders my private land. They have been wandering into my property and causing problems. We are afraid to let our dogs loose as well.mr.icefishingParticipantNovember 30, 2018 at 5:20 amPost count: 726
Build a wall and make them pay for it? Call the dnr! And I’m almost certain they are not after your dogs.ECFirearmsParticipantNovember 30, 2018 at 7:49 amPost count: 1349
Post a bunch of no-trespass and no hunting signs. Put up some hidden trail cameras.
Call your local Sheriff immediately when you see a trespasser. Trespass with a firearm is a felony.
“Second Amendment – Either you are helping pull the wagon, getting a free ride in the wagon, or trying to take away the wagon. Which one are you?” -- IAShootersmskurshParticipantNovember 30, 2018 at 11:06 amPost count: 1173
The DNR here struggles to get a handle on it to. A different culture injected into or laws and regulations along with a language barrier always causes some grief.
Many are great and many have no idea that there even are laws but many of them do and are repeat offenders. They kill geese out of season around here a lot.bowfisherParticipantNovember 30, 2018 at 11:11 amPost count: 2204
They are pretty hard on squirrels from what I have seen as well.twdenneyBlockedNovember 30, 2018 at 6:39 pmPost count: 772
There is only ONE WAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Educate them on our laws. Most are good people and do not understand the way it is……and a disclaimer for the flamer by education I do not mean sitting them down in a classroom nor do I mean shooting at them or something threatening like that. Some interaction and explanation would probably work. Some one on one with your local conservation board director, county Sherriff and DNR to express you concerns should help as well. Good fences and signage.
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