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Old June 15, 2012, 01:47 AM   #12
BIG P
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Join Date: July 8, 2010
Location: North Georgia
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Bamaranger,I have it pretty good also have the hunting rights on 2 large farms,About 3000 acres in all that is hunted very light.Soybeans & corn& hay fields make up about half the property the rest is hardwood & pines. So I have no complaints.But the coyotes & hogs work those fields pretty hard also.This makes Bow hunting a little tuff.And shooting dogs & hogs in the off season is a must.Thats how I got the hunting rights.All the easy hunting the farmers do,most of mine is long range.


But I'm kind of jealous of you & the boy,My grandson is only 5 years old & I have this great place to teach him about hunting & he is just not ready yet.
Great kid just not ready.
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