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FSA Procedures

FRANKLIN SPORTSMAN’S ASSOCIATION (FSA)
HUNTING SEASON PROCEDURES
Current Year _________________ Signed ______________________

NOTE: The association abides by Pennsylvania Game laws our bylaws and procedures. The content of the Franklin Sportsman’s Association
Bylaws and Procedures are more stringent than the Pennsylvania Game Commission (PGC) Regulation. The more stringent of these regulations must be followed.

1) 2012 – 2013 AVAILABLE PROPERTIES TO BE HUNTED
a) Private properties: Contact FSA board for the most current list of available properties.
NOTE: These properties will be hunted in accordance with PGC unless clearly indicated in this document.
b) Township properties (Parcels):
Banffshire – Archery and Firearm
Franklin Preserve – Archery and Firearm
White Clay Crescent – Archery and Firearm
Goodwin – Archery only
2) TOWNSHIP PROPERTY REGULATIONS
a) Hunting on Township properties by the Association shall be evaluated at the conclusion of each hunting season to determine compliance with the Association’s internal operating procedures and regulations, harvest totals, volunteer activities, number of grievances, amount of violations. Based on the evaluation, the Township may decide to renew the license, issue licenses to other hunting club(s) or decline to renew the program. This information shall be presented, as required, to the Board of Supervisors (BOS).
b) Each of the parcels will have a Parcel Lead. Their responsibilities include:
Monitor hunter’s use of parcel. Any illegal use of the property shall be reported to the Chairman of FSA.
Maintain postings of parcel with approved signs.
Make sure Safety Zones are clearly marked and maintained.
To receive questions, problems, miscellaneous communication on parcel. Serious issues shall be referred to the Chairman of FSA.
Work with and on any assignee duties from the Chairman and Board of FSA.
Reporting of any unsafe conditions to the Chairman of FSA.
c) The parcels shall have outwardly facing signs, at Trail Heads or Parking areas, informing the residents that the area being hunted and that hunting is occurring from the start date of the program to the end date.
d) Current PGC safety zone requirements apply.
e) A predetermined limit on the number of association members hunting at one time on each Township property shall be limited to 1 hunter plus 1 youth/junior hunting guest if applicable per 10 wooded acres and each property shall be divided into zones.
f) Parcels will be divided into multiple areas based on size, geography, and land features to improve management of the parcel. The decision to subdivide will be based primarily on the desire to allocate more than one hunter to a given parcel, without having the hunters geography
overlap, and to accommodate additional hunters.
g) These Township parcels are public open spaces and accessible to the public while hunting is
occurring.
h) Entry and exit points for the hunting areas shall be identified for each area.
i) Parking locations for hunters shall be identified for each area. Member’s vehicles shall display a tag indicating they are with Franklin Sportsman’s Association.
j) Members using Crossan Park parking area must lock gate if park is closed. Failure to do so will result in termination
k) Only individuals, who are insured as registered members of the Franklin Sportsman’s Hunting Association and their guest if applicable, shall be authorized to hunt under the issued license.
l) Only Association members who have passed archery and/or firearm shooting proficiency test administered by the Association AND ARCHERS ALSO MUST PASS THE “PGC BOW HUNTER EDUCATION COURSE”.
m) Members are permitted to bring one Junior/Youth hunter with them into their hunting zone. This shall be in compliance with PGC regulations for Junior Hunters and the Mentored Youth Hunting Program.
n) The Association must provide proof of insurance coverage for all Members permitted to hunt on Township properties, which insurance policy shall include the Township listed as an additional insured.

3) PRE-SEASON REQUIREMENTS FOR TOWNSHIP PROPERITES
a) All properties need to be clearly posted.
b) All archery safe zones need to be marked with White.
c) All firearm safety zones need to be marked with Orange.

4) ASSOCIATION HUNTING SEASONS
a) All hunting will follow the most current Pennsylvania Game Commission Regulations for area 5C.
b) Hunting on private properties will follow PAGC seasons and hunting hours unless defined differently by the land owner.

5) ASSOCIATION REGULATIONS
a) Members must comply with all Pennsylvania Game Commission regulations.
b) All members must obtain at least 1 doe permit for hunt unit 5C.
c) If hunting from a tree stand, only portable tree stands may be used and members must wear a safety belt. No screw-in steps are allowed
d) Members must register for hunting on the Association website. Registration for each area opens at 5:30 AM the day before.
e) Member’s vehicle shall display an Association tag on the dashboard.
f) Members and guests must wear the FSA armband at all times in the woods.
g) Members must carry authorization to hunt the property with them while hunting. See appendix A.
h) Land parcels are subdivided into multiple hunting areas based on size, geography and land feature. Members may only hunt in their designated areas.
i) All parcels are public open spaces and accessible to the public while hunting is occurring.
j) All harvested animals must be removed from the lands in an inconspicuous manner, out of sight of the non-hunting public to the extent practicable.
k) Field dressing shall not be conducted in the presence of the non-hunting public. Entrails may be left on the land, provided the entrails are left no closer than 50 yards from any area where public use is evident.
l) Quartering deer is prohibited.

6) REPORTING
a) The members are required to report the following information online.
Date, time and location of the harvest
Gender
Approximate age
Anything noteworthy or unusual about the animal
Any deer shot and not recovered
Type of firearm
b) The members are required to report the following information, to the Parcel Lead, who will in turn report this information to the FSA Chairman, whenever a contact with the public occurs. Hostile or tense contacts are required to be reported the same day; otherwise, within 1 day is sufficient.
Date, time and location of the contact.
Name(s) of the FSA members, members of the public, and any township, law enforcement or PA Game Commission staff involved in the contact, if the names are known.
Description of the contact.
Indicate if any members of the public desires to be contacted by the landowner to discuss thesituation. If so, name and contact information will be needed.
c) Report any suspected instances of poaching as they are observed. Call the police at 911 if real time poaching with firearms is observed. Notify the Parcel Lead for all other poaching. The Parcel Lead will notify the FSA Board and police at the earliest convenient time of past poaching evidence if the evidence does not appear to be from the same day.
d) Report any hazardous or unsafe conditions, regardless of whether or not they are related to hunting to the Parcel Lead. The Chairman will notify the appropriate landowner and/or police depending on the severity.
e) Report any safety issues and any violation of the Pennsylvania Game Commission rules and regulations to the Parcel Lead, who will in turn report this information to the Chairman.
f) Report to the Parcel Lead any significant or “large” item litter that cannot be easily carried out of the landowner’s property such as tires, appliances and vehicles. Members are required to remove small amounts of litter if they observe it.
g) Report to the Parcel Lead, who will in turn report this information to the Chairman, any items that require landowner attention. Examples include damaged or dysfunctional Lyme Disease Control Stations, unauthorized permanent installations of material on the land, unauthorized tree
stands and vandalism.

7) PENALTY/TERMINATION PROCEDURE
a) Association members shall be required to police themselves, the assigned property and other members of the Association. Members are required to report any unethical activities and/or violations of the Association regulations and PGC regulations to the Association Board and act in a professional manner at all times.
b) Once reported, the Association Board will inform the member of the violation verbally or via email. The member will be provided an opportunity to respond to the Association. If at the discretion of the Board the member has violated the Association regulation, the Board will inform the member of the appropriate outcome. If the Board determines there are legitimate extenuating circumstances surrounding a violation, the member will be given a written warning and may be subject to a probationary period.
c) The member will be notified in writing of a loss of membership and must return any Association materials such as armbands and vehicle tags.

8) ATTACHMENTS
a) Permission to hunt
b) Application

Permission To Hunt – 2012/2013 Hunting Season

Permission is hereby granted to the permittee listed below to hunt on the tracks of land known as Banffshire, Goodwin Preserve, White Clay Crescent Preserve and Franklin Township Preserve in Franklin Township, Chester County Pennsylvania. Hunting rights are being permitted during the 2012/2013 Hunting seasons. This signed permission slip must be maintained in a license holder in addition to the regular hunting license. A separate parking permit must be displayed on the dashboard of the hunters’ vehicle whenever parked in the designated parking areas. No Hunting is allowed within safety zones in accordance with Pennsylvania Game Commission Wildlife Regulations.
Signed Date____________
(Landowner or Designated Representative)

Hunter Agreement, Identification and Contact Information

I understand that the permission hereby given is a privilege granted by the landowner. I will consider myself a guest on your property and agree to treat your property with the fullest respect. I agree to adhere to all laws and regulations, to observe all safety precautions and practices, and to assume all responsibility and liability for my person, actions, and my property while on the landowner’s property. I have read, understand and agree to abide by the written rules for
conduct of Franklin Sportsman’s Association while on the property. I appreciate this opportunity and understand that the landowner reserves the full right to terminate this agreement at any time for any reason.
Print Name:__________________________________________________
Signed
Permittee_________________________ Hunting License#______________
Address_____________________________________________________
Contact Numbers:
Home:________________________
Cell Phone:___________________________________
Email: _________________________________

Permission To Hunt
2012/2013 Hunting Season
Permission is hereby granted to the permittee listed below to hunt on the track of land known as Avon Grove Charter School in West Grove Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Hunting rights are being permitted during the 2010/2011 Hunting seasons. This signed permission slip must be maintained in a license holder in addition to the regular hunting license. A separate parking permit must be displayed on the dashboard of the hunters’ vehicle whenever parked in the designated parking areas. No Hunting is allowed within safety zones in accordance with Pennsylvania Game Commission Wildlife Regulations.
Signed Date____________

(Landowner or Designated Representative)

Hunter Agreement, Identification and Contact Information

I understand that the permission hereby given is a privilege granted by the landowner. I will consider myself a guest on your property and agree to treat your property with the fullest respect. I agree to adhere to all laws and regulations, to observe all safety precautions and practices, and to assume all responsibility and liability for my person, actions, and my property while on the landowner’s property. I have read, understand and agree to abide by the written rules for
conduct of Franklin Sportsman’s Association while on the property. I appreciate this opportunity and understand that the landowner reserves the full right to terminate this agreement at any time for any reason.

Print Name:__________________________________________________ Signed_________________________________
Permittee_________________________ Hunting License#______________
Address_____________________________________________________
Contact Numbers:
Home:________________________
Cell Phone:___________________________________
Email: _________________________________

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