I mean, i have hunted public land out in the Shenandoah Valley. One time i was watching a nice do from my stand. I was about to pick my bow up and draw back when all of the sudden, SHE ****ING DROPPED. I was like WTF WTF WTF WTF. Then i heard the shot. Another hunter about 300 yards behind me dropped he ***. I freaked out on him, BIG TIME. He Pretty much shot within FEET of me.
public land sux. there could be 750 other people on the smae land i hun any given day. and the game goes basiclly nocturnal after the first weekend of the season. got to hunt real hard to kill a nice deer
i hunt private land from the that I will have for 17 more years. Huge *** hogs, pheasants, and the deer are recuperating from the old leasers that only hunted deer. Theres a crap load of does but not worth shooting.
i hunt green swamp and richloam in pasco and polk county. i also spend a little time in the ocala national forest every year. i also spent a week running dogs in dixie county in the sherid island hunt club last season.
all the land close to me is like 5k a year. ive looked into it. and i am in north carolina most of the year for school so paying 50 bux a year for liscenses and permits with accessto hundreds of thousand of acres is good enough for me.
Just ran outside in my boxers in the sleet to check the mail for the JM Bowsling i ordered. Well, i locked the door behind me. ALL the doors were locked, i was like running around my house half naked, lol. No shoes in 10 inches of snow, While it's sleeting. I had to hop my naked *** in the window.
Seen there was a debate on trail cams earlier. Whats wrong with knowing what you have on your property? While you can see the time the deer was at your spot there is no guarantee he will be back, if he does come back you may not even get a shot. I don't see why anyone would be against them. If nothing else it's kind of cool to see whats out there. Here is one of the nicer ones my cam took.