What if you harvest a nice trophy of any type, but I am thinking of the Kenai Registration Brown Bear season in a few weeks. Does the property owner have any right to make you haul the guts away, or the whole skinned carcass of a 9'-8" brown bear.
I am assuming the hunter did not realize or in the rush of the moment was not thinking this might be private property. I ask because I have a fair amount of bears (Black & Brown) on my property, and I have this vision of someone leaving a carcass to rot, or a gut pile.
NOTE: I am in favor of this registration hunt, so that is NOT the issue.
I could see how someone floating down the Kenai River with all the licenses' & Registration Permits could tip-over a monster brown bear, be skinning it out, and the property owner comes home from a hard day at work, and Say's, "What in the Sam-Hill are you doing".....??? and are you planning to leave all that carcass there, I have enough bear problems"................."And you just shot "BOB the Bear" my children are going to freak".