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Hunters: foreigners have too much power over hunting rights in Estonia

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So when someone owns land and does not want hunting, they are not allowed to say who does what on their land? If I want to walk on my land and it is hunting season, why should I have to be afraid of getting shot?

Also a hunter does something stupid on the land, the owner of the land gets sued. So heads they win, tails I lose? Really?

Hunters also litter in the woods and it is the owners who have to clean up? I am tired of beer cans and vodka bottles.

Who pays for the bullet holes in the buildings? So when I have a MFPOS bullet hole in my door, does the hunter leave me a few euros to fix it?

Maybe instead of big land interests controlling the law, it is common sense for the rights of the people who bought the land.

As stated on
http://wdfw.wa.gov/hunting/hunting_access/private_lands/

"Recognizing the opportunity provided by private landowners is very important, but more important is treating private lands and the land owners with respect."

Often drunk Estonian hunters show no respect at all and are just detrimental.

Representatives of the Estonian Hunting Society are more than welcome to come to my land and clean up the trash. I get the feeling they never will show. Reply to the comment answer
~Cake and Eat it too [19.02.2013, 10:54]
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One more thing, have any of these hunters ever seen what a bullet logged in a tree does to a commercial saw or chainsaw?

If I were a commercial lumber company, I would ban all hunting to save my capital investment.

They have every right to keep the hunters off for commercial reasons. Reply to the comment answer
~Cake and Eat it too [19.02.2013, 11:03]
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"If I want to walk on my land and it is hunting season, why should I have to be afraid of getting shot?.."
Exactly this happens to me every year. I wake up, go outside and my access road is blocked by hunters hanging around with their guns on my ground. I mean, I live there! Would it be asked too much to come and warn me and ask for permission? Reply to the comment answer
~HunterHater [19.02.2013, 14:01]
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Could it be because most of those foreign owners are non-estonian. Reply to the comment answer
~ted rundy laugh in [19.02.2013, 16:11]
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