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Wouldn't even consider it. Just my opinion and dont be offended but I view that as totally disrespectful to not only property owners but to neighbors as well. That said I can guarantee that one farm I have will have someone hunting it continuing the path to closure haha. If you're within earshot of a home i wouldn't even think about it.
 

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Trout 2003 said:
Wouldn't even consider it. Just my opinion and dont be offended but I view that as totally disrespectful to not only property owners but to neighbors as well. That said I can guarantee that one farm I have will have someone hunting it continuing the path to closure haha. If you're within earshot of a home i wouldn't even think about it.
I agree!!!
 

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Time to give it a rest and spend time with the family.
 

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Trout 2003 said:
Wouldn't even consider it. Just my opinion and dont be offended but I view that as totally disrespectful to not only property owners but to neighbors as well. That said I can guarantee that one farm I have will have someone hunting it continuing the path to closure haha. If you're within earshot of a home i wouldn't even think about it.
So what time are you meeting me in the am?!?!?!
 

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Pathetic idea even thinking of going tomorrow... Total disrespect to your own family that you should be spending time with as well as anyone in range of hearing you shoot... Plenty of other days to hunt. No reason to be out tomorrow
 

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if the divers were here I'd be out there no questions asked, gotta hunt when the birds are here. Luckily for me though, they arent ...



Good luck if you go !
 

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I hunted this morning nothing wrong with it. Hunted public area and had enough company from the sky busters. Did get 2 geese. Kids are all grown and weren't going to come until around 11 Am. Grand kids are scattered across country. So why not hunt. Our season goes out in the middle of January so hunted em while you can.
 

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Wow what is it with all the # complaining about hunting on a legal day to hunt that's just unreal probably same people against hunting on Sunday. I hunted Erie today very few birds in the area for the last couple of weeks not much decoying at all today a couple of blinds got a little shooting at LST then it was pretty quiet the rest of the morning.
 

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i went out for the first time, also in a new boat, within 12 hours of picking up a call for the first time. my buddy isnt a great caller yet either and we suck at setting up dekes. saw around 50 birds total and had about 10 come into teh set up had 4-6 close enough for shots one pitched into the setup. didnt kill none but had a BLAST. im hooked.
 

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to each their own. if people don't have holiday plans until later in the day, why does it matter if they go hunting?
 

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reelcranky said:
that's just unreal probably same people against hunting on Sunday.
First of all there is a forum for discussion on Sunday hunting. Second of all, Sunday hunting could have major implications for waterfowlers due to season length guidelines so please speak with a little more respect for people with opposing viewpoints and that very well may be more informed than yourself.

I think that comment really illustrated who the "jackwagon" is around here if you ask me.

However, even though I do not hunt on Christmas and never will, I agree that if you want to do that nobody should have anything to say about it (with the exception being landowners).
 

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b0whunter1987 said:
Pathetic idea even thinking of going tomorrow... Total disrespect to your own family that you should be spending time with as well as anyone in range of hearing you shoot... Plenty of other days to hunt. No reason t
o be out tomorrow
 

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Its legal but I agree. I wouldn't do it but I guess if your the property owner there wouldn't be much issue.

b0whunter1987 said:
Pathetic idea even thinking of going tomorrow... Total disrespect to your own family that you should be spending time with as well as anyone in range of hearing you shoot... Plenty of other days to hunt. No reason to be out tomorrow
 

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I see both sides. Im married and have family back in the northeast so Im never in PA to hunt Christmas if I wanted to. But when I was younger and in college my dad and I used to hunt Christmas morning. I was in school 4hrs from home, didnt get back there much and loved getting out with my dad. To me hunting was spending time with family.
 
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