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    In New Mexico, I can hunt rabbit w/ out any license. What if it's not

    'technically' on land I own? This is a paragraph from the small game rules and regulations for New Mexico--

    "Rabbits and Other Nongame Species:
    Common nongame species include coyotes, skunks,
    rabbits and rock squirrels. Residents are not required
    to have a hunting license to take rabbits or other
    nongame species. Nonresidents must have either a
    nonresident, nongame license or any current New
    Mexico nonresident hunting license.
    Nongame species may be taken on State Trust Lands
    opened by easement by persons holding a valid

    hunting or trapping licenses for protected species on
    those lands during the individual's hunt or trapping
    season. Nongame species may also be taken on U.S.
    Forest Service and BLM lands open to hunting."

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    any time u are hunting u need at least a license to even carry a gun in the woods. and the state claims there in charge of all the animals on or off your own land.

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    Those regulations don't say anything about it having to be on your land. It gets a bit confusing when they mention State Trust Lands, so you should give them a call.

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    any time u are hunting u need at least a license to even carry a gun in the woods. and the state claims there in charge of all the animals on or off your own land.

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    Yeah you can get in trouble but there are so many people that do it. I'm not saying you should but I know people that get away with it all the time.

    Just be careful man! Happy new year!

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    Then, TECHNICALLY, DUDE, YOU ARE TRESPASSING!

    And, if you trespass on the land of some of those crusty old bastards (such as my father-in-law, who lives in NM) they will shoot first, ask questions later!

    Your life is not worth trading for a rabbit, now, is it?!

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    Then, TECHNICALLY, DUDE, YOU ARE TRESPASSING!

    And, if you trespass on the land of some of those crusty old bastards (such as my father-in-law, who lives in NM) they will shoot first, ask questions later!

    Your life is not worth trading for a rabbit, now, is it?!

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    Then, TECHNICALLY, DUDE, YOU ARE TRESPASSING!

    And, if you trespass on the land of some of those crusty old bastards (such as my father-in-law, who lives in NM) they will shoot first, ask questions later!

    Your life is not worth trading for a rabbit, now, is it?!

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    Then, TECHNICALLY, DUDE, YOU ARE TRESPASSING!

    And, if you trespass on the land of some of those crusty old bastards (such as my father-in-law, who lives in NM) they will shoot first, ask questions later!

    Your life is not worth trading for a rabbit, now, is it?!


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