It used to be that when I saw somone committ a minor violation I didn't want confrontation and wouldn't say anything.
Plus I figured it wouldn't do any good.
Things like a snagged red salmon kept, shooting a spruce hen from the road, camping in a no camping area, etc.
But I have gotten to the point that I'm tired of my favorite spots being closed or fisheries shut down etc. due in part to these kinds of things.
On another thread someone posted they just moved back from two years in Europe and were going dipping.
I qiestioned his residency status.
To which he answered and all was good.
But some forum members said it wasn't my business to question his residency.
I'm assuming on the major violations we all would speak up or make a call if possible.
But do you speak up on minor violations?
What about situations where you suspicion a violation?
Say they give you reason to question their residency or hint at over harvesting fish or game?
Do you speak up and question the person? Or do you give them the benefit of the doubt and let it go?
I feel asking a simple question to them isn't really intruding and so I'm inclined to ask.
If they are legit they shouldn't mind answering and if they are offended I feel they are quite likely hiding something.
Where do you stand on this?
None of your business or ask the question?
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