Old Hunter's attitude is that of pretty much evereyone I hunt with. Born and raised in ND, hunted for 39 years and counting. Every year some one trys to pass legislation to clsoe the land down and every year that bill gets shut down. We up here absolutley appreciate the fact that all land is open to public hunting unless posted. Our land owners are for the majority, approachable and generous, all you have to do is ask. He is also corect that we dont mind NR hunters at all, given that they are respectful and treat the land as if they owned it. All it takes is one idiot to leave a fence down and let out a guys cattle to really ruin a land owners attitude. I personally have worked damn hard for many years to develope relationships with my land owners. I have been to baptisms , graduations, weddings, and funerals all across ND due to relationships I have built over a lota years with those people. So please, if you can be respectufl and courteous, come here have a great time hunting and come back, we love to have ya. Guides can go away unless the guide off the land they own. Nothing worse than sections of land posted up and unhunted for the entire season...total waste.