I was just curious if anyone has a problem with hunting clubs taking down State Land signs in the basin and replacing them with their own signs? I also know for a fact that the State does not lease any of their land. State land is for anyone! If a piece of State Land is land-locked, that is a different situation. An individual must obtain permission to cross private land to enter the State Land. I have obtained a map of all the State Land in the basin and have found that a lot of State Lands that are accessible by boat have had their signs removed and replaced with private posted signs. In fact I am so sure of this that next year I will be hunting on a DMAP club that is actually State Land. When I get confronted I plan on calling the LDWF and turning myself in. When the agent gets there I am whipping out my maps. Either I am going to jail for trespassing or the other guy is going to jail for removing State Land signs. Any comments?