November 9, 2007, Newsletter Issue #51: Planning a Private Hunt

Tip of the Week

Public hunting preserves and game ranches are crowed and over hunted. Hunters may work for weeks to set up five excellent treestands only to find their stands hi-jacked when the hunt opens. Hunting preserves are commonly full of inexperienced hunters who startle whitetail and scare every trophy buck within a 10 mile range. There are also inconsiderate hunters walk through hunt grounds, even when they see the scrapes and treestands. The solution is to find hunting land for sale, or sign a hunting lease. The hunter can set up a private hunt without worrying about other people contaminating the hunt grounds.

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