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    HUNTERS vs. YOUR CROP

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    #2
    If it's public land I wouldn't worry about hunters too much as long as you choose an early finishing strain.

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        #4
        I think you found a great spot.

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          #5
          just becareful .. and dont go out there during prime hunting times honestly. im in the same boat.. i just moved for the 4th time in 3 years.. and this time due to my brothers health. so now that im in a new state. im lookin for good outdoor spots.. and everywere i go is full of atv or dirtbike tracks. so im thinknig of just running 2 plants per spot and doing a ton of spots.

          and if u got your birdwatching shit.. with u .. then i wouldnt be to worried seems like u got ur story down pat.. just dont go full into details .. most people will not even talk to u .. lol .. but some hunters mite..

          im lookin for spots that are no hunting.

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            #6
            Originally posted by festerous View Post
            If it's public land I wouldn't worry about hunters too much as long as you choose an early finishing strain.

            You obviously don't know much about hunting.

            Public land is fair game and there is hunting seasons all year.
            More then just for deer, there is seasons for rabbits, bears, birds, water foul etc...

            I know a lot of hunters and they usually start going out and scouting in like August and September to get ready for the winter season.

            The likelihood of getting questioned by a hunter is unlikely on public land but if they take notice of your spot there may not be anything left come harvest time.

            You really have to know your area, deep woods would be best or some place that is hard to get to.
            Keep an eye out for signs of hunters, like blinds, tree stands, bait stations, trail cams, bullet casings or trash. Hunters are usually territorial and will go to the same locations year after year.

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              #7
              trail cams
              A lot of bone hunters stick these out pre-season along trails to profile buck in the area....Smile,your on camera....be careful carrying your kit in.

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                #8
                hunters will kill U'r crop...just for sumthang to do while waiting on a beast to KILL

                i got a river for a soul...

                Darlin' I'm a nightmare...
                Dressed like a daydream~~~

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by yortbogey View Post
                      hunters will kill U'r crop...just for sumthang to do while waiting on a beast to KILL

                      They'd probably smoke it lol

                      Most of the hunters I know like to drink beer and smoke weed

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                        #12
                        That bird house is for wood ducks and around my area the DNR put them up all over on public land.

                        As for hunters some are cool and some are pricks. Just have to be sneaky like a ninja all the time. And if you ever do encounter one just be nice to them. Most people only become assholes if your being the same to them.
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                            Last year I looked for large overpriced parcels of land on CL with out of state owner's. You would be surprised how much you can find out from a short phone call. How's the hunting? Open areas? Do you visit much? etc
                            Once you have all your info start asking about owner financing with no money down to scare them off.

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