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    Awhile back I did a little research about native american hunting/fishing rights. I was shocked to find out that they can pretty much hunt/fish anywhere and anytime they want. No licenses, seasons or bag limits. The caveat is their treaty that was signed. Most have a stipulation that they have a right to hunt/fish on their ancestoral hunting grounds....including private property. That part really surprised me. There is a lot of grey area too.

    How about just using what their ancestors used in the way of weapons and tackle! Just sayin guys...........
    Last edited by Colorado Cowboy; 11-21-2013 at 07:46 AM.
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