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He was enjoying a peaceful hunt when SHE showed up and ruined EVERYTHING!

A hunter was waiting for an eight pointer to leave the water of Grand Traverse East Bay in Grand Traverse County, Michagan when an anti-hunter showed up. A lot of people have asked a lot of questions about this video, specifically about his hunting location. The County Sheriff and Michigan DNR both arrived on the scene and confirmed he was doing nothing illegal (remember that where, when, and what you can hunt varies from state to state and even between counties). In his YouTube comments the hunter informs everyone that he is a registered member of a federally recognized tribe of native Americans, the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians. As far as the roadway is concerned, he references the 2015 Michigan Hunting and Trapping Digest:

Hunting and Trapping Within a Road Right-of-way or
Railroad Right-of-Way

You may hunt and trap within a road right-of-way where the adjoining property
is publicly owned. If the adjacent property is privately owned, you must have
permission from the landowner. Railroad rights-of-way are private property.
Trespassing on railroad property is a misdemeanor. You must have written
permission from the railroad company to be exempt from trespass. Also, see the
Hunting on National Forest Lands section on pg. 65

As for the buck, our hunter waited until the big boy touched land and managed to bag him just 3 hours later.

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