MIKE J. wrote:Moe,
Your public area is sweet, I think most folks are familiar with it and respect the fact that you and Baymen Dave hunt it on a regular basis and stay clear. I have seen an increase in the numbers of new hunters and that is great for the most part. The only issue I have is watching them shoot at birds that are well out range and no concept of species ID. One local public spot this weekend really pounded the cormorants.
Joser06 wrote:Mike I will say I know it is illegal but that cormorant story makes me smile. I hate them things. Very destructive birds, but still against the law to kill.
I know of some decent spots out near concord or closer to the central part of the state,
If you want some pointers, I would check out the DCR land and WMAs close to you... I would also look at google earth and use that to your advantage. There are limited spots out near concord area but within a 30 min drive you can be near decent places in central ma. If you are looking for ideas, I can prolly help you out with some spots over near that area, I dont hunt there yet because of the drive from North Central Ma and some productive holes up where I am.
If you are looking I can point you in the right direction... You can PM me and prolly give you some Ideas....
I would expect in that area you Should make sure you have everything to make yourself legal LOL... If the town bans water bottles i cant imagine what they would do to a guy in full camo with a shotgun...
Professor_Leakey wrote:i try to hunt in places where i do not run into too many people....in the spots that i do, i have mostly encountered very friendly people who wish me well. i have also returned to my truck and found little plastic baggies of dog poop tossed in the bed.
only ever once had the police called on me...and they could not have been more friendly. no questions asked just a handshake and 5 minutes of chootin the chit.
so far in only two hunts this season, i have not seen any more or fewer hunters than in seasons past. although i did find a few spent shells in the blind that i thought i had to myself. i shouldnt say my blind, it is public land and belongs to whoever gets up the earliest
DanCassidy wrote:My first post - been a lurker for a long time.
I live in Concord and thought I'd add to the conversation re: McManus
Would enjoy talking with you about the places I hunt (mostly with my father-in-law). We may have met at pantry brook sometime - one of our go-to places.
re: Concord, I live on the Assabet and my neighbor has about 10 acres and his land is "legal". However, when I hunt there, I am always met by the Concord police - who are super nice - but it takes away from the enjoyment. FYI - the neighbors (and their kids) don't seem to mind when I come out with some geese/ducks from the hunt - makes for some good conversation at the bus stop.
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