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Old January 4, 2014, 10:55 AM   #4
reynolds357
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Unfortunately, "common sense is not very common anymore." Seems like your new neighbors are lacking in it.
My neighbor and I have a similar situation with one of my stands and one of his stands. Our agreement is he hunts mornings on his stand and I hunt evenings. If he sees something he wants to shoot or if I see something I want to shoot, we can shoot it regardless of whose land it is on. I dont really think either one of us is exactly sure where the property line is anyway. Its not worth getting the metal detectors out to figure it out. Both of us have a lot of land, but that particular area is the best hunting spot on either tract.
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