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    I deer hunt a piece of property here and I wouldn't ever expect the landowner to stop what he is doing. Whether I was paying for a lease or not.

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    A simple conversation with them prior will help prevent any conflict. "Hey bud....where you guys hunting tomorrow?"

    Then maybe give them a little space. Just courtesy is all. But in don't think you need to lock the doors and shut the windows while they are there. You're free to move about haha. Good luck, and thanks for letting the guy take his kid hunting on your land.

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    Animals are accustomed to the normal comings and goings of the landowner. Normal activity does not bother them.
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    If the property was worth seeking permission to hunt when you were carrying on your normal activities then you probably shouldn't change anything. I wish you could send some of those nuisance turkeys down to my little parcel of land!

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    I have hunted private property and always call ahead of time to let the land owner know I'll be there like others have said, we have to respect the land owner and if there doing something I will either another part of the property or come back later.

 

 

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