Trespassing while Hunting Results in Fines



It only takes a few hunters to spoil privileges for others. Trespassing is a good example. When a property owner catches someone hunting without permission on their property, they are less likely to give permission to the next hunter. Over 90% of the land in Nebraska is privately owned, so most land hunters follow deer onto, is other people's property. Hunters who trespass face large fines from the Game and Parks Commssion.


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Locations : Nebraska
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