Roggs2001

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About Roggs2001

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  1. Shot an 8 pt Thursday AM, he came in range with the grunt tube. Thursday PM watched a six check every doe in the field and run two of them. Friday AM, no activity until about 9:00 - two different six pointers looking for does. Skipped the pm hunt. Back at it this am. One 6 and one 8 each looking for does, nose down no response with the grunt tube. Walked out to the vehicle for a short time and watched a six run a doe with fawns... A lot of good movement in 8T... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Thank you to all who post here. I have been away from NY for work. I return at the end of this week and cannot wait to get in the stand. Reading the posts is very enjoyable and gives me a good idea for what is happening. Thanks again. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. I am new here - feel free to jump on me. I am in law enforcement - though not a DEC officer. When violations are issued - they are accompanied by a probable cause statement in most cases. Just my guess - the DEC violations have the PC statement requirement (have never received one)... With that said, it would be incumbent of the officer to state the PC for the violation and the judges decision to effect that violation or dismiss it. As several have said here - up to the person carrying the implements to determine whether the juice is worth the squeeze. In law enforcement - we try not to make bad case law - it just makes the job harder. I can find a bunch of attorneys who would take this case on either side. At the end of the day - it costs money. So perhaps the question is better posed as - do you have the money to fight the violation? Municipal/town judges tend to side heavily with LE... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk