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Re: O.T. landowner/power lines/Atv's/fences

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Bryan iniowa

04-03-2013 16:16:56

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We lease deer hunting ground in NE Iow a. Happens to have incredible ATV trails too . Been huntin gand had 30 atvs come through middle of our hunt . Found out head guy , talked with him. Told him our concerns . He said they have 2-3 big rides every year. I asked If I could be notified when and where . told him I would love to join and showed him several other trails . He is hooked up with several landowners around us . It turns into an all day ride . Went on one with them , had fun , made some friends, and no more unplanned ATVs on our place .

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Billy NY

04-03-2013 16:58:52

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 Re: O.T. landowner/power lines/Atv's/fences in reply to Bryan iniowa, 04-03-2013 16:16:56  
Thats smart, if they would do that, organize and let you know, ask permission, you explain the rules, hunting season its not appreciated, that would likely be ok, but someone needs to call ahead, and I need a copy of some ID's or something like that, I'm not unreasonable, maybe I'd still say no, but people seem to think they can do as they please and take what they want.

I am sure its a good time, but save it for the more rural areas, plot out the run and ask permission, then enjoy the ride without landowner flak ! Snowmobilers do it, but these guys do not.

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