Ok I have a tough one for you all. Was hunting this weekend and had a landowner ask me to move my spread to another location. (It took us about an hour to set-up AND we had no other place to go.) See we were hunting the intertidal flats (totally legal) in front of his million dollar house and apparently his wife was trying to sleep, blah, blah, blah. . .
So, my question is where, as a hunter, do you draw the line about trying to get along with the non-hunter and standing up for your rights to hunt? With more and more land being posted the intertidal seems to be becoming our only option in many hunting locations.
We didn't move and continued to hunt all morning BUT was this the right thing to do?