Hunting is fine and all, but rules have to be followed. And one of them is hunting on your own property, not your neighbor's. A Florida hunter was charged with felony trespass with a firearm earlier this month when he was caught doing just that.
The hunter readily admitted that he was in fact trespassing, but his rationale was a bit curious. He blamed it on the deer he was hunting.
The hunter admitted he did not have permission to hunt on the property, the report said, “but was frustrated when a big buck refused to come over to his adjacent property.”This will be a hard charge to defend in court: "Your Honor, the deer made me do it!" Good luck with that one.