Ellis Kinney said: (quoted from post at 17:48:10 11/11/12) My problem is power line right of ways. Duke Energy runs a transmission line through my farm, and deer hunters think it is public land. I have been told so. When I chase hunters out they ask me "where am I sposed to hunt?" Ellis Kinney
This mentality of "oh, I can go anywhere to hunt that has woods" baffles me. I don't show up at some guy's house in town and park my truck in the yard and wander around looking for stuff in his back yard. So why is it okay in the country!?
You want to hunt -- get permission or rent/buy some land. Otherwise; tough luck.
This post was edited by Will Herring at 14:52:27 11/11/12.
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