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    I'm doing a little research. How many of you folks depend on public land or private land in public access programs for your small and upland game hunting activities?

  • #2
    I do now that i have relocated to TN. Never in Texas.

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    • #3
      I hunt public and private land both for pheasants and do all my turkey and waterfowl hunting on public land. Unfortunately my home state of Iowa does not have a walk-in access program like the ones in South Dakota and Kansas.

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      • #4
        For pheasants i depend entirely on public land. For turkeys and deer i use the private land that we own.

        Nate

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        • #5
          I primarily hunt grouse and ptarmigan on state forest land...occasionally will hunt a private farm if able to, depending on time, etc...

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          • #6
            Primarily all I hunt, so depend upon it greatly. Getting harder and harder to get access to quality private ground due to owners leasing or charging tresspass fees that the average guy cannot afford.

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            • #7
              Public land is the only option I have for every game animal I hunt. Colorado's walk-in access program made it possible for me to discover and enjoy the heck out of pheasant hunting.

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              • #8
                I agree with idahooutdoors, the rich outfitters and landowners are shutting down access and outbidding or flat-out buying out the average joe hunter, not just here in Montana, but it sounds like the trend through out the West. I hope legislation looks out for the resident, average hunters in their state and holds their interest at heart.

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                • #9
                  All public except for one place

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                  • #10
                    I'm fortunate enough to hunt mostly private land this year. In past years I've hunted alot of public land, and next year I could be back at public land again.

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                    • #11
                      Deer and turkey hunt all private. Waterfowl nearly all public and upland birds both.

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                      • #12
                        Beekeeper, BTW we are having what is shaping up to look like one of the best Spring Turkey seasons ever in Kansas. Billy and I figure we saw at least 15 Male birds today alone.

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                        • #13
                          my uncles 75 acre farm in Elk Lake PA

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                          • #14
                            I hunt Private land!!!

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