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(Private Landowners)Do you allow other people to hunt on your land? What makes you say yes or no to the people asking you to hunt on your land?

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from rudyglove27 wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

I will say no to them because I have the right to do that and it is my private land.

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from rudyglove27 wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

Family and friends only....No outsider whatsoever. That's just me if you ask.

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from buckhunter wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

I've never said no to anyone but I will say you can only hunt one or two days and that's all.

I understand that I only own the land and not the animals.

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from country road wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

I have enough friends and family for the land to be throughly hunted. No.

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from buckeye wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

Only my family and a small group of friends hunt our land, mainly beacuse I think it would be crowded with anyone else and I really need to know someone before I let them on my land with a gun.

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from hunter99 wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

i would just tell them no because im hunting it and dont want to worry about random people hunting it.

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from TonyK wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

If the person offers to work on the farm such as help during baling season, then I would allow them to hunt on my land.

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from huntcamp wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

I have 10 hunters in camp already, not all hunt the land I own, we spread out to others. I will let some people come out bowhunting, that is looking for a northern WI hunting trip. Less deer than down in Southern WI, but much more exciting of a hunt. Something about being up north in the big woods. Harvesting a northern monster is a trophy of all trophies in my opinion. There are a bunch of them, but they are not visible and rarely are seen in the same spot twice in a week. No real worries of people shooting a big deer with no prior scouting and only a few days to hunt. Chances are slim anyway.

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from hjohn429 wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

Well when the mayor asked my uncle didn't think it would be wise to say no. We usually don't let people hunt on our property unless they are very close friends or family.

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from matouse3 wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

Only friends and family, anyone who has asked usually has no problem when I tell them that. I make sure to let them know that I appreciate them asking and suggest a few other land owners around that I know usually let people on their land.

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from Kentucky Hunter wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

i say no most of the time to adults unless they are looking for a place to get their kid a deer kill then i let them hunt untill they do .but we have rules on the farm that must be intact at all times

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from Big C wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

I hunt on a family member's land and he only let's very select people hunt with him. He bought the property to hunt on though so it is not like he has a bunch of land that is not being hunted.

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from 007 wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

We don't allow anyone else because my kids and I hunt it until the general firearms/antlered deer season, at which time our deer gang gets together, 12-15 hunters hunting each other's lands. We have an agreement that we don't bring anybody else in unless a new son-in-law or something along that line, the person has hunted with us in the past, or if a new person, they have land to share. We have a long tradition dating back to the 50's that we are trying to preserve. Look at my profile, you'll see a picture of some of the old bunch, only one of which survives today.

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from buckhunter wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

I've never said no to anyone but I will say you can only hunt one or two days and that's all.

I understand that I only own the land and not the animals.

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from matouse3 wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

Only friends and family, anyone who has asked usually has no problem when I tell them that. I make sure to let them know that I appreciate them asking and suggest a few other land owners around that I know usually let people on their land.

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from buckeye wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

Only my family and a small group of friends hunt our land, mainly beacuse I think it would be crowded with anyone else and I really need to know someone before I let them on my land with a gun.

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from rudyglove27 wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

I will say no to them because I have the right to do that and it is my private land.

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from rudyglove27 wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

Family and friends only....No outsider whatsoever. That's just me if you ask.

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from country road wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

I have enough friends and family for the land to be throughly hunted. No.

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from hunter99 wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

i would just tell them no because im hunting it and dont want to worry about random people hunting it.

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from TonyK wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

If the person offers to work on the farm such as help during baling season, then I would allow them to hunt on my land.

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from huntcamp wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

I have 10 hunters in camp already, not all hunt the land I own, we spread out to others. I will let some people come out bowhunting, that is looking for a northern WI hunting trip. Less deer than down in Southern WI, but much more exciting of a hunt. Something about being up north in the big woods. Harvesting a northern monster is a trophy of all trophies in my opinion. There are a bunch of them, but they are not visible and rarely are seen in the same spot twice in a week. No real worries of people shooting a big deer with no prior scouting and only a few days to hunt. Chances are slim anyway.

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from hjohn429 wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

Well when the mayor asked my uncle didn't think it would be wise to say no. We usually don't let people hunt on our property unless they are very close friends or family.

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from Kentucky Hunter wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

i say no most of the time to adults unless they are looking for a place to get their kid a deer kill then i let them hunt untill they do .but we have rules on the farm that must be intact at all times

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from Big C wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

I hunt on a family member's land and he only let's very select people hunt with him. He bought the property to hunt on though so it is not like he has a bunch of land that is not being hunted.

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from 007 wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

We don't allow anyone else because my kids and I hunt it until the general firearms/antlered deer season, at which time our deer gang gets together, 12-15 hunters hunting each other's lands. We have an agreement that we don't bring anybody else in unless a new son-in-law or something along that line, the person has hunted with us in the past, or if a new person, they have land to share. We have a long tradition dating back to the 50's that we are trying to preserve. Look at my profile, you'll see a picture of some of the old bunch, only one of which survives today.

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