Scenario: You have permission to hunt on 5000 acres of open range land on a ranch in central Oregon. You're 100 yards from the property boundary when you spot a buck about a hundred yards out. He hasn't seen you yet, so you hold your scope on him and wait for him to stop. Suddenly he freezes and looks in your direction. You fire and hit him in the lungs. He hops once, then heads for the fence line at top speed. He jumps the fence and lands in a heap, dead, and 20 feet past the fence line and on another ranch property. You call the adjoining ranch owner and ask for permission to retrieve your buck. The land owner says no. What now? If you go get it you're guilty of trespassing. If you leave it lay, you're guilty of wasting game. Either one is a violation of the law.