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    Default New place to hunt

    got the word this afternoon. on a commercial, public active (you-pick) farm of 100 acres. Going down the list of what to be aware of and clear with the farm owners. They do late picking of pumpkins/apples, already started that, but they are a busy place. I need to stay out of the public eye. Not any woods, but just a tree-line paralleling a river north to south, predominate winds are not in my favor. But I have new turf! have to go do some interviews and groundwork. They get some damage control permits every year. hoping to relieve them of that burden. Oct 21 start here.
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    Sweet!! Hope you can put one down fast enough it doesn't run into a crowd LOL

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    Tree line/river bed - definitely worth a try.
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    My wife has been my contact there. she rides her horse with one of the owners. (not fancy show horse stuff, just backyard companion, money wasting hay-burners LOL) Anyway, I learned tonight from wifey that there are a couple family members that bow hunt there, or try too. The younger generation of that family. They've not had any success in the past with bows. I have to step up and get a plan in place. don't want to step on anyone's toes. Might be a chance to help out a newbie and secure a spot to hunt for the future. I'm in for this season, they've given me the go-ahead. now to touch bases with the others who want to hunt. I'm only planning on part time there, until bow ends, then I'm out. They have a shot-gun crew already.
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    Probably not going there until after pumpkin/hayride time. Whenever that ends. can't see myself in a tree until the farm is done with public access.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbdcougar View Post
    Tree line/river bed - definitely worth a try.
    Pretty much all that is left, they are constantly plowing/planting about every other acre.
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