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post #1 of 37 (permalink) Old 03-13-2019, 03:28 PM Thread Starter
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Posted Land?

The closer Sunday hunting gets to passing the more landowners I hear saying if it passes they are posting their land. Just talked to one the other day who said that hunters use his land 6 days a week and he and his family would like at least one day when they can use it without having to deal with hunters.
Anyone else hearing from landowners?
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post #2 of 37 (permalink) Old 03-13-2019, 03:36 PM
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It is their land and they can do whatever they want. If they are only worried about one day then they can simply tell those with permission that there is no Sunday hunting on their property.
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It is their land and they can do whatever they want. If they are only worried about one day then they can simply tell those with permission that there is no Sunday hunting on their property.
Yep, that would solve the issue...or just post a "No Sunday Hunting" sign.....


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The farm we lease already told us that if it passes , he does not want us to hunt . We are ok with that I will just have to hunt on my own property because I like the idea of hunting on Sunday .
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Why not volunteer to post his land to better your relationship?

If Sunday hunting was not already illegal, who among us would not laugh at making it so?
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We already post the land as part of our lease agreement and he is very appreciative that we do , and we also help on the farm and split fire wood , he is a great guy and we have all become friends. If he wants the property posted No Sunday hunting and we can get the signs we will post those signs when we post the others .
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When I got permission to hunt my best farm, the landowners wife was very clear that she did not want any "SUNDAY AFTERNOON HUNTS".

I did not question it back then, and I surely will not question it now.

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I'm glad to see some guys on here honoring the property owners wishes. But in my experience, most people don't.


In the past we asked people hunting our property to stay out of certain areas, only hunt certain days, no rifles, etc. Someone always thought the rules didn't apply to them. Plus you still have to deal with the guys sitting 2 feet over the property line shooting on to yours......
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The farm I hunt the owners dont care if I hunt on Sundays. I've been there before hunting crows. I help out when I can, haul hay for them with my truck. In return I have pretty much unlimited access to their property as long as I don't shoot the cows.
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my experience has been mostly the owner change of property & trespassing (hunting & non hunting) as to why I can no longer hunt there.


the last 2 farms I have permission to hunt on, trespassing is again the issue. now that Sunday hunting is on the table,
I have been told ALL hunting will cease if it passes as they feel trespassing will get worse.
they do not want anyone there on a Sunday.



signs do not get the issue resolved (been there,done that), so until the trespassing issue is addressed to the property owners satisfaction,
I cannot support Sunday hunting.


at least there is state land nearby for me to use......................
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