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View Poll Results: Do you think increasing wildlife fines would work?
Yes 15 71.43%
No 6 28.57%
Totally would depend on the area/region... 0 0%
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Old 06-18-2009, 08:02 AM
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I voted yes. If the state would slam a $5000+ fine on somebody and kill their hunting rights for a minimum of 2yrs on top of it, it would definitely make people think twice about poaching.

Plus the state would still make a lot of money because there are plenty of morons out there who would still poach and get caught!
.even better if along with that, the second offense got you a felony conviction on you're record................no, it wouldn't stop the hard core trash that really don't care if they go to jail or not..............but it would stop anybody with a brain that considered how a felony conviction would affect his/her employement down the road........
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county would make money...
Your right. I realize that the fines for certain poaching, hunting related penalties vary from county to county.

It would be nice if the majority of the money collected from hunting fines went straight to the DNR. Let the county have a piece of the pie, but let the DNR have most of it.
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