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Question by hunterboy. Uploaded on October 23, 2010
usually the state will have links to public hunting areas. You can search for that pretty easy I bet.
As far as private land, nobody ever invites strangers. You as a youngster [I presume] might be able to charm yourself onto some areas. The tried and true is a small farm.
Here are some tips:
*Take the guy who will hunt with you and both of you introduce yourselves. Two of you is really all you want to try I think.
*A#1 don't walk up to the front door with your guns. That can scare people.
*promise to be courteous, and tell them you will invite no one else.
*promise not to litter, and in fact you will clean up any litter you see. If you are old enough to get it done, volunteer to improve the property in other ways.
*promise to share the game
*it's important today to go on about your safety course you took and how fanatically safe your gun-handling is.
where in CO are you?
I live right in the middle of Denver so Im really itch'n to get out hunting.
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