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Discussion in 'The Great Outdoors' started by ginnie5, Sep 18, 2006.
on my property? We are being overrun by the pests and i'd like to get rid of a few of them.
Depends on the laws of your state.
Check with your State. Many dont reqirie a license to hunt DURING the season if youre on your own property. To shoot them OUT OF SEASON most will require a "depredation" permit.
In LA, if you get caught and prove that they are damaging your agriculture, no liscense necessary. Also, there may be laws about discharge of firearms within XXX feet of a residence. Here it is 500 feet, liscense or not. Also, a liscense here is like $10(???). Safe insurance if you ask me.
Get a license. It doesn't cost that much.
In New Jersey, a firearm license is $27.50, and you cannot get one without a hunters safety course or prior license. And to renew a license or get the first one, one must have, or fill out a "Child Support Certificate". Landowners and farmers can control squirrels and certain other damaging wildlife except whitetail deer ( permit required) with any legal means one has available.
Yep, check your state laws. Around here I can shoot ground squirrels any day of the week all day long. But tree squirrel has a season. UNless of course they were eating my crops or something.. But Alas I have no crops so cant shoot em out of season ....