Road Bridge Bowfishers Suck

Discussion in 'General Hunting' started by huntingwildman, Jun 9, 2019.

  1. 1wildcatfan

    1wildcatfan 12 pointer

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    heading out and will be there sometime Wednesday, picking up three bows tomorrow rigged out for bridge fishing if my guy got finished with them.
     
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  2. huntingwildman

    huntingwildman 6 pointer

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    Yeah, please do go to Marshall County, Lol...Dumbasses!
     
  3. huntingwildman

    huntingwildman 6 pointer

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    Kentucky Statute KRS 150.360 paragraph #4 "No person shall discharge any firearm, BOW AND ARROW, crossbow, or any similar device, upon, over, or across any public roadway.

    So who's stupid now, clown?
     
  4. Strutter

    Strutter Cyber-Hunter

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    I thought if a creek or stream could be floated it was legal to be on. If you were touching the bottom, you were trespassing. This is what I have been told in the past.

    As far as the KRS above, it doesn't say you can't shoot the fish taking rig FROM the roadway.
     
  5. EdLongshanks

    EdLongshanks 12 pointer

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    Post a link Einstein. What does it say about fishing tackle bozo? Those are hunting statutes. Since when is fishing considered hunting Crusty? Swing and a miss matlock
     
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  6. huntingwildman

    huntingwildman 6 pointer

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    Look it up yourself, any 8 year old kid can find it on the internet.

    It's not just hunting, fishing is part of it too.

    You can't legally discharge ANY weapon from any public roadway for ANY wildlife...The 150 statutes are clear on that.

    Swing and connect Barney
     
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  7. huntingwildman

    huntingwildman 6 pointer

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    What you describe are the rules on a navigable waterway...A private property owner on a non navigable waterway has almost complete control of the stream....You can't alter the streams flow, but you control what happens on the water and banks.

    Also the statute reads that discharging any weapon upon a roadway is forbidden...That means FROM the roadway.
     
  8. EdLongshanks

    EdLongshanks 12 pointer

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    I copied and pasted.....it’s no where to be found. I originally listed regulations directly from KDFW. You quickly dismissed that....which I find hilarious because that’s exactly what you were referring to. Again, those are hunting regulations and do not pertain to fishing, which is what we are talking about. You simply don’t get to make up verbiage and application of laws just to support your argument. Sorry it doesn’t work that way in the real world.
     
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  9. FOWLER2671

    FOWLER2671 12 pointer

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    So, Your wife run off with a boatless bridge Bowfishermen because his Shaft was Stiffer....? You certainly seem to have an axe to grind? You catch him sticking fish in a "protected area"?
     
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  10. bgkyarcher

    bgkyarcher 12 pointer

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    my, my. This took a different turn, or was it a straight-away?
     
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  11. huntingwildman

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    Ed short shank, KRS 150.60 is nowhere to be found?...You have to be the biggest retard ever, it's on every search engine I tried.

    The stuff you you posted from KDFWR adresses hunting only...KRS 150.60 adresses ALL wildlife...And All forbidden means of taking said wildlife.

    The KDFWR doesn't make law, or even interpret law without a review from the legal system...You ass clowns are really the bottom of the barrel in your case making, and it's easy to see why hunting, and bowfishing will be abolished....Your not smart enough to recognize your own weaknesses and put up a intelligent defense...You can't even anticipate the consequences of your actions.

    The Kentucky Statutes ARE the law, the final word, not something in a hunting or fishing guide...Wheres the KRS statutes in a guide? There are none, it's OPINION without a KRS statute defining the law.

    I'm taking it to the legal system, I'm done talking to dumbasses who will taint the public by slob bridge bowfishing.

    F' you all very much.... Idiots!
     
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  12. EdLongshanks

    EdLongshanks 12 pointer

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    Hahahahahahaha. This is the best post I’ve ever read on this forum. Hands down the greatest. Hysterical. Good luck. Please return when your legal saga concludes to let us know how it works out for you. I already know how this will end, but I hope you are man enough to come back and admit you are a fool. Krs150 says nothing about fishing from a bridge. Sorry to burst your bubble. Thanks bud.
     
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  13. Ataulbe1

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    Damn I guess I need some better friends... None of them care enough about my beauty sleep that they'd take to the internet to berate and name-call random people. Much less "take it up with the county fiscal court, and then the states attorney".
     
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  14. huntingwildman

    huntingwildman 6 pointer

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    One more thing, It says wildlife short shanks, fish are wildlife too, moron ...And it says plenty about discharging a bow from upon a roadway stupid ass , that makes you the fool...Leeder Bottoms Bridge, McCracken, Co.
     
  15. EdLongshanks

    EdLongshanks 12 pointer

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    Are you talking about fishing tackle? Also, you can keep trying to insert and omit words from a statute and keep attempting to interpret various aspects that you wish were encompassed in the law....but unless it’s written, it doesn’t exist. There is no specific state law restricting fishing from a bridge.
     

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