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I was out looking for a place for my buddy and I to hunt turkeys. I came across this little town out in the middle of nowhere,

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  • rudyglove27
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    Agreed with rezavoirdog answer above and A + 1 for you sir!!!

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  • rrmont
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    I agree with rezavoirdog, the worst they can do is tell you no. If they do say no, ask if they might know of someone that might let you hunt. And just remember to always be polite, it will get you further than may think.

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  • steve182
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    if the townspeople feed these birds and think of them as pets, however misguided that is, i'd go elsewhere.

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  • shane
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    Try to get permission. If you have permission on just one tract of land, the turkey feeder weirdos can't bother you.

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  • rezavoirdog
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    Pursue, if you really want to hunt them. You'll find out quick enough if the town in general is open to hunting the birds. You may ask 9 landowners, and the 10th one, may welcome you with open arms. If not, no big deal, just keep scouting for gobblers. You won't know if you don't ask...

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  • I was out looking for a place for my buddy and I to hunt turkeys. I came across this little town out in the middle of nowhere,

    I was out looking for a place for my buddy and I to hunt turkeys. I came across this little town out in the middle of nowhere, ended up talking to a gentleman who helped me get some poperty owners names. I spend another hour around the town knocking on some doors to get permission, end up finding out the several people in the town feed the birds. There are about 40 birds on the edge of this little town out on the eastern plains of Colorado. Should I persure permission, or should I give up and look else where because of the towns people.

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