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I am fully opposed to this type of law in principle. However, until private property in game is allowed, this type of law is necessary. Right now, in most states, the state owns all the game. Furthermore, there are no legal principles in place to govern private ownership of game that roams from property to property. You can see that allowing market selling of game species would quickly deplete the species, like happened with the passenger pigeon and almost happened with wild turkey and white tailed deer.

“Although it was the middle of winter, I finally realized that, within me, summer was inextinguishable.” — Albert Camus