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Author Topic: Checking traps without having to go there?  (Read 4063 times)

Offline Platensek-po

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Re: Checking traps without having to go there?
« Reply #75 on: March 19, 2021, 12:34:18 PM »
It is however part of an effort to harvest or capture. That being said..proving a guy isnt just out flying his drone around. Is tough to do.
it doesnít assist in harvesting as if itís all n the trap it already is and doesnít help capture it
But this is Washington so

Would it not make it easier to have multiple traps in difficult locations aiding your harvest?? Seems like thatís what the OP said. Iím not sure if I care about this specific use of drones but certainly makes sense to me given what the rule says. I am 100 against using drones for hunting. Trapping... meh wouldnít bother me
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Re: Checking traps without having to go there?
« Reply #76 on: March 20, 2021, 01:08:23 PM »
So.....   playing devil's advocate here.
(And I do appreciate the facts you bring to so many threads bigtex)

I dont think a drone violates those laws. 

You're not hunting or trapping with it. 
It doesn't help kill or capture.

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Thatís how I was looking at it too. I didnít realize trapping was defined as a means of hunting either so thatís good to know. The drone is just checking the traps not helping too trap anything. It would be a real sh$t show trying to herd coyotes or bobcats into your trap lol 😂

 


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