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    Arizona Man Got Rammed In Utah

    Catchy title ain't it.

    This guy tried to get away with a residential permit for a desert bighorn hunt but ended up on the wrong side of it.

    https://www.sltrib.com/pb/news/2018/...ighorn-in-utah
    If you don't care where you are, you are not lost....

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    I bet you that happens a lot more than people realize.

    I know people who claim residency in a state they never visit.

    They work on the pipeline and travel the country and reap the low tax rates of their "Home town".

    Its no different.

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    Unbelievable !

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    I suppose renting an apartment for 6 months was a lot cheaper than a sheep hunt up north... crazy what people will do. Guessing someone had to have been pretty upset and turned him in or they likely wouldn't have caught him.

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    Yep, always someone trying to cheat the system!

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    someone explain what the problem was here - did he not meet the 6 months requirement? or are they saying he never really moved?

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    You can’t fix stupid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brushcreek View Post
    someone explain what the problem was here - did he not meet the 6 months requirement? or are they saying he never really moved?
    Re-read the entire article. It explains the law they have- basically it's against the law to change residency for the sole purpose of obtaining a tag. He moved back immediately after drawing making it plain as day that he moved only to get residency for the tag. Renting that place was a 10th the cost of a sheep hunt up north.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hilltop View Post
    Re-read the entire article. It explains the law they have- basically it's against the law to change residency for the sole purpose of obtaining a tag. He moved back immediately after drawing making it plain as day that he moved only to get residency for the tag. Renting that place was a 10th the cost of a sheep hunt up north.
    you'd think he would have been smarter than that. stay a few months after the 6 months was up and he probably would have been ok.

 

 
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