I am proud to say that I am two of the three.pete/pmr wrote:Bible Thunp'n,Gun Tote'n,and the Redneck part of all that!
ErieAngler wrote:Just an idea. I'm sure I could hook you up either way. Im sure you understand this but there have been way too many times I've busted my but to help someone else out and never got a thing in return maybe not even a thank you, sometimes just complaints. I'm not saying thats what it's all about, but it gets old giving and giving and people just taking. anymore I try to arrange a trade ahead of time just to know the other party isn't in it only for himself. Anyhow, enough of that, sounds like I live about 20 mins from your buddy. Not sure how the deer are out your way, but the deer you will find around skiatook will be a half to a third the size of a normal coshocton deer!
Mrblurr wrote:I can agree with some of the others. I live around Collinsville and haven't had much luck finding any Duck spots lately. It's been HARD because 20 years ago no one really cared. You could go hunt on whoevers property and 90%of the time they wouldn't care as long as you cleaned up and didn't shoot their livestock. Well after people started doing those 2 things, the landowners got fed up and stopped letting people hunt or made them pay a hefty lease to do so unless they knew them well.
So around my neck of the woods, you either hunt public spots or know someone with a ranch or nice field with a pond or 2 on it. I can say the it has hurt my soul to see 1000+ Mallards on a pond (LITERALLY COVERING IT) and not be able to hunt it because the new foreman for the ranch doesn't like you.
UmatillaJeff wrote:By his very nature this tends to be a modest man who is loved by woman, children and dogs and well though of in all social circles.
We will call him the 10ga man
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