Gaining Access to Hunting Property: Tips for Houndsmen from a Rancher

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  • Brandon's avatar

    Most folks have forgotten how to be neighbors in todays world. Treating each other as you want to be treated not many folks have this type of mentality. Good job Shorty everything you said is true👍🏻

  • Brandon's avatar

    Solid Advice shorty. Thanks for sharing

  • Rowdy's avatar

    That’s real good advice! It’s gotten me permission to hunt land many of times. For example, I helped a lady I worked with, stack a load of hay in her barn. She gave me permission to hunt her pasture and I never asked. I killed more hogs off that property than anywhere else I had to hunt. I also killed 2 of the biggest boars I’ve ever killed there. One was 352lbs and the other was just under 400lbs. Here’s the 352lb boar.

  • Brandon's avatar

    This advice is priceless

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Full time hunting guide at Escondido Hunting’s Folsom, New Mexico location. Mountain Lion hunts are my specialty.

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