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They can come and go without a warrant and put up cameras to surveil your activities on your property.
The alleged surveillance may have origins partially related to 2016 hunting violations, Rainwaters says, when his son and a group of friends were ticketed for baiting doves: “I paid their fines myself in what amounted to $380 times eight people. Yeah, all this started over hunting tickets and now TWRA thinks it’s OK to set up surveillance on my land.”
Wonder how TWRA knew about that if it occurred on private property.