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Permission To Hunt
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hunter    Posted 10-03-2002 at 12:57:40       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Permission to Hunt is a service that matches hunters and land owners. Land owners can register for free, allowing them to make a nice supplemental income while enriching the hunting experience for outdoor enthusiasts.

greg    Posted 10-03-2002 at 17:14:37       [Reply]  [No Email]
Just be careful folks. Our state (Wisconsin) has a law that protects landowners from liability as long as the landowner does not charge more than $100 to hunt ( or any recreational activity for that manner).

There are a lot of yahoos out there who dont hunt safely and even if they say they would'nt sue you if they die their heirs might.

I am both a hunter and a landowner, and i let a select few hunt on my land.

Pitch    Posted 10-03-2002 at 16:28:28       [Reply]  [No Email]
I once asked my uncle who is currently payin taxes on the land that has been in the family for almost two hundred years why he never posted. His answer:"Ain't mine to post,just lookin after it for the Good Lord long as I'm on his earth" Guess that is a pretty good reason. 'course he never hesitated to throw a slob hunter of it if he was abusin the priviledges.

Les    Posted 10-03-2002 at 14:02:30       [Reply]  [No Email]
Ain't no way I'm goin onto yer website. My family has owned several hundred acres of land for 135 years around here and never posted our land nor have we ever charged anyone to hunt on it. Over the years I would guess there have been many hundreds if not thousands of people who have hunted on our property.
Do we have to try to make a buck out of every possible situation?

kraig WY Does that mean I can    Posted 10-03-2002 at 15:18:34       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hunt your fence rolls for old tractors?

Les...Yep    Posted 10-03-2002 at 16:50:01       [Reply]  [No Email]
And good luck to ya! That ain't the kinda thing you see around here. Farmin in a big way was at its peak somewhere around 1850 in this area.

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