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Everyone who hunts private land, please take the time to thank the landowners who allow us to hunt. Without them our hunting could dwindle. I always send each one a Christmas card, or maybe even a small gift for letting me use their land. I greatly appreciate the generiosity of these folks.
 

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It ia amazing what a roast or some steaks will do for you to open doors, or more hunting land. These farmers around here talk, and if you have a good rep, it's worth it's weight in gold.
 

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When I hunt private land I give the landowner half of what i get in the field. I buy them some gift baskets though the year. Keep and good relationship with them.;)
 

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We gave the land owner and his wife a big fruit basket for Thanksgiving and will be giving them some venison if we are able to harvest a deer. There aren't as many places to hunt as there used to be. We need to treat those land owners right.

Ed
 

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I don't hunt anymore but fish alot of private farm ponds. Each year at the start of the season I walk around each one with a big plastic trashcan and pick up trash, and throughout the year I pick up as I go along. I have lost alot of ponds due to the trash leavers.

Bill
 
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