recker wrote:I would tell you to use your connections as much as possible to get on land. North Dakota is getting crowded hunting wise and has lots of posted land now. If you have a connection with land that is huge.
Having hunted and lived her my entire life and I now gt to hunt from August early goos until the last weekend of pheasant in Jan damn near everey weekend, I can say that while we get some traffic, most people shoudl have no issues getting onto land if they are courteous and simple knock on a few doors. Beyond that, once you find a landowner willing to let ya hunt his land, treat the land, cattle, fences, everything with respect and be sure to cultivate that realtionship by thanking them post hunt. 90% of land owners will let you hunt unless they have family, or themselves going in the spot. The other 10%, well they may just shoot at you as soon as talk to ya...Kidding. but some simply wont let anyone on ever. Just cant be afraid to ask is all. Whats the worst they will do (beisdes shoot at you...kidding), say "No" is all.