Court Overturns Florida Deer Hunting Dogs Case

Court Overturns Florida Deer Hunting Dogs Case

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The use of deer hunting dogs will continue in Northwest Florida following an appeals court decision. Florida residents whose property abutted the Blackwater Management Area waged a lengthy legal battle that began in 2016 against this type of hunting, arguing that it “infringed on their property and created a nuisance,” the Daily Business Review reports.

PUBLIC HUNTING LAND ACCESS EXPANSION AT WILDLIFE REFUGES

An appeals court said that property owners can sue third party trespassers, but not hold Florida Fish and Wildlife responsible for allowing deer hunting with dogs. (Photo courtesy gettyimages.com)

Last week, by majority vote, the three-panel First District Court of…



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