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37 minutes ago, G-man said:

Electronic devices and  yes in pa.. but so many want us to follow pa's antler restrictions and seasons...so  lump it all in..  

And there's as many if not more that don't want to follow PA's regulations.  

It's the politicians that think they know what's best for us and the wildlife. 

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1 minute ago, Fab said:

They let You use a blood hound.  

They should let you use a drone.  It’s more efficient in recovery.  
 

Get with the times 

 

 

 

 

While I agree with you 100%, the law needs to change.  

The person in the article was clearly violating several laws.  Regardless if his intentions were to recovery a deer that would otherwise be coyote food. A good deed doesn't supercede breaking the law. 

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25 minutes ago, mowin said:

The way it should be.  

Do you know what these guys are charging?  I've read a some of these guys are charging stupid money. 

No, I don’t. But the guys using their dogs to recover are telling me that the drones are much more expensive than hiring a dog handler. 

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32 minutes ago, Jeremy K said:

Seems cheaper to practice in the off season. 

And to learn good tracking skills. I read stories here in NJ about guys making bad shots on bucks that then hire a dog handler who doesn’t find their bucks and then they pay a drone handler who also doesn’t find their same bucks. A lot cheaper to practice, as you correctly point out. 

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1 hour ago, Bucksnbows said:

We can use both dogs and drones in NJ to recover, just not to scout or hunt them. 

How do you draw that line, or enforce it? 

 

You shoot a deer, give up the track, and use a drone to try to recover it. With the drone you are able to tell that it was a non-fatal hit, but while looking for it you identify a bigger buck bedded. He stays bedded because unlike a dog the drone is high enough to not jump him.

 

Based on that information, you set up to shoot that bigger buck coming out of bedding later that evening.

 

Did you break the law? Should it be considered breaking the law? 

 

These things get gray quickly.

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