I'm a 11 point buck on this forum.
My next goal is to become a 12 Pointer.
|Joined: 07 Dec 2009|
Game Tokens: 1275
| Posted: Thu Jun 23, 2011 1:02 pm
I hope this is the right area to post this question...
I have a work associate that has a small farm. He uses the crops to feed his family (to my knowledge he doesn't sell anything he grows). He is having a problem with Deer damaging his crops. Since he does not hunt he asked me to help him get rid of the deer in exchange for a share of the meat.
Before I commit to helping him I want to make sure I am allowed to do so (don't want to risk losing my hunting license)
I have looked on the PGC website, but I have not found any rules about taking deer out of season to prevent crop damage. Is there a special permit needed?
Any assistance is greatly appreciated,