Originally Posted by Massey135
Sj is correct on the silver paint. If you do post it - you have to post the entire perimeter. If you just do 3 sides, you can't prosecute.
I'm not sure where you got this info., but I have to question it. Several years ago some not so law abiding family members of mine were caught trespassing on an 11,000 acre property and the warden said that because there were posted signs at the entrances to the farm that was all that was needed to convict them of trespassing and hunting on posted property. I can assure you there are only a handful of signs on that entire property. You do not have to include any contact info. on the signs.
According to the game laws:
"Landowners may post their property by any of the following methods:
Using a paint mark of aluminum color paint consisting of a vertical line at least two inches in width and at least eight inches in height no less than 3 feet and no more than 6 feet from the ground or normal water surface and visible when approaching the property.
Signs that specifically prohibit hunting, fishing, or trespassing on the property."
If you want more specific info. I would suggest you contact your local warden as they will be the ones specifically responding to any complaints you have. Personally, I make sure there is no question the prperty is posted. IMO if you approach from an adjoining property and see a sign every 100' there should be no question about the property being posted.