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It's good to get to hunt on Sundays, but please respect the landowners. Some don't want hunters on there land all 7 days.
 

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I know what you mean Desperado. I try to be mindful of the landowners in all ways. In Ohio we are blessed with a tradition of farmers and other landowners that grant permission for hunting and trapping.
 

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Landowners that grant permission should be respected for their generosity. Do things for them with a smile on your face and thanks in your heart.
One landowner that granted me permission is now a friend. I would go to his place in heartbeat if he asked me for help. In fact I didnt even hunt on his land this year LOL. But I was there for a couple of dinners. LOL
 

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I have also made a lot of friends by going back in the spring to work around the farm and shoot up a bunch of the groundhogs. Those farmers HATE groundhogs...and I love shooting them.
 

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I love it now i can hunt two days during the weekends it is hard for me to get out during the week.thanks ODNR
 

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I am extremely happy to be able to hunt on Sundays! I work a differemt schedule and I don't have a bunch of extra time during the archery season. I was thrilled when they opened up for Sundays. More time in the woods ..... boom, there you have it. As for the church services that were cancelled ... none! Remember, church is everywhere, yes even 20 feet up in a tree. It's just hard to convince others of that though.

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