Rural Property Rights
Association of Mississippi

Assuring the peaceful enjoyment of private property

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32 photo(s) Updated on: March 16, 2015
  • Devo disrupted a still hunt early in the afternoon then came back later in the afternoon to disrupt again. The owner couldn't even catch him, had to get his kids to.
  • Red collar. At least this gal is in good shape and looks healthy.
  • Green collar, was caught and turned in to game warden and ranger. Also healthy-looking.
  • Deer carcass with a bonus soft drink can.
  • Trash picked up after dog-deer hunters left.
  • Abandoned/lost dog with no collar. At least he's healthy-looking.
  • Lost/abandoned dog, no collar.
  • Lost dog, no tracking collar.
  • If the dog-deer hunters know where their dogs are all the time, which is this one out well after dark and legal shooting hours?
  • More carcasses dumped on Quentin Tower Road S, 1/2015. Note the obviously illegal under any circumstances spike buck!
  • Threat sign left by dog hunters for Coalition member, Franklin County, 12/2014.
  • Threat sign left by dog hunters for Coalition member, Franklin County, 12/2014.
  • Three young deer that were chased onto private land in Franklin County.
  • Dog following the deer, Franklin County.
  • Four deer carcasses dumped on Quentin Tower Road, Franklin County, 12/2014.
  • Deer carcass dumped on Quentin Tower Road S, Franklin County, 12/2014.
  • "Dogger" sportsmanship. How ethical is suggesting serious bodily injury or murder for people who wish to hunt without being bothered by deer dogs and deer dog hunters?
  • Roaming deer dog scattered trash.
  • Fall 2014: Kings Ferry Road, "doggers" blocking the road.
  • Fall 2014: Kings Ferry Road, "doggers" blocking the road.
  • Fall 2014: Fire was set on land leased by a still hunter two days after a local dog-deer hunter found out that the lease holder was trapping coyotes on his leased land in southeast MS.
  • 2014: Trespassing dog photographed from stand. Another still hunt ruined.
  • Dogs trespassing on private land, Franklin County, Homochitto National Forest area.
  • Deer dogs trespassing on private property.
  • Trespassing deer dog in food plot during still hunt.
  • Dog trespassing at night and scaring deer away from the feeder.
  • Trespassing dog at a feeder.
  • Trespassing deer dogs can be nuisances at the landowner's or leaseholder's house or camp.
  • Fall 2011: Deer carcass dumped on private land after dog deer hunters were cited for permit violations near Homochitto National Forest.

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Address: P.O. Box 544, Picayune, MS  39466

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