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can somebody show me the rules for bowhunting deer on my land in maryland? I have over 4 acres. I can find the seasons. I just can't see if there are specific acreage restrictions.
 

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To the best of my knowlege, this is the only minimum distance required......and that is without permission.

From the DNR website

"Hunt or shoot at wildlife within 150 yards of an occupied structure or camp without permission of the owner or occupant."

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There are no restrictions on acreage, just distance limitations from occupied structures or camps, I own 1 1/2 acres that I hunt
 

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Yea, thats the additude RKOCK. Maybe you don't care, but the most of us do. This fella is looking for positive info and hear you come with the same ****!
 

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Matt like the others said there is no min size land parcel
but you should keep in mind that land owners are NOT required
to give you permission to track or recover downed or wounded game on their property. On a piece that small it's a good idea
to clear that up with the nieghbors ahead of time.

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Plant yourself a small food plot. I own 10 acres in Va. and have two small plots on it. Since I planted these I see a lot more Deer. They don't have to be big plots,mine are less than 1/2 acre total.
 

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[Q]ketch69 originally wrote:
Yea, thats the additude RKOCK. Maybe you don't care, but the most of us do. This fella is looking for positive info and hear you come with the same ****!

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Just because you have a problem with us good ole ******* boys harvesting deer and doing alittle poachin don't talk $hit about us that do! Welcome to the real world there are more that are in our boat that just don't let on. So please take you ethics somewhere else.
 

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RKOCK

You got it all wrong. I'm just as ******* as you will ever be and have killed more deer than most will ever kill. I just don't agree with your WHO CARES attitude. I love to Deer hunt, and will kill one every day if possible. I just have a different outlook on the whole thing than you thats all.

You are the one talking the BS, not me.
 

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RKOCK, (whatever that means) probably has a bunch of my charles city bucks on his wall that he poached from my fields at night. What say you?
 

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Matt, all you need is the 150 yards from a residential structure, however, you do need permission to access another persons land to track/retrieve a deer. I found out first hand.

If I had 4 acres and wanted to get rid of some deer, just by some corn and pour it into a pile in the middle of your property. Practice with you bow at the distance you will be shooting and hopefully when the time comes it will die on your property.
 

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Sorry I don't go that far to hunt at night. Have killed many large Charles City bucks but all of them were legal.
 

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[Q]RKOCH originally wrote:
[Q]ketch69 originally wrote:
Yea, thats the additude RKOCK. Maybe you don't care, but the most of us do. This fella is looking for positive info and hear you come with the same ****!

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Just because you have a problem with us good ole ******* boys harvesting deer and doing alittle poachin don't talk $hit about us that do! Welcome to the real world there are more that are in our boat that just don't let on. So please take you ethics somewhere else.
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Just wondering if you feel the same way when someone poaches
your property ,or is that different somehow?

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I never said anything about poachin on someone elses land just my own land. Plus I have am not a dick about people coming on my land to hunt all you have to do is ask most of the time I have no problem.
 
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