Not sure where you live? But I would be looking Stratham, Exeter and Brentwood. Anything unposted is good to go.
Here are the tree stands regs.
Written landowner permission is required for any tree stand, ladder, or observation blind which damages or destroys a tree by inserting into the...
I did buy it new. Actually turned 418,000 Yesterday. It doesn't see the miles it use to, mostly to work and back which is only 20 miles a day. There were a few years it would see 50-60,000 between my old job and my daughter's travel sports. It's been a great truck!
South Dakota was all public land hunting, Nebraska was on private as I have a buddy who lives out there. If you're looking for SD intell I might be to share a little but the birds there were not very cooperative. Especially compared to an eastern. Could be they had been pressured too...
Here are a couple mounts we have in our house. The first is my GF's first ever whitetail, dressed out at 191 and scored a hair under 140. Ryan Rhodes did the mount.
The second is my 2019 buck, Peter Sterling did this mount. Dressed out at 175.
Haha, Good to hear from you John. Pearl is doing well, she's 9 yo now, finished last season with just 2 shy of 1400, at 1398 career retrieves. I don't bunny hunt much down south, usually just go to Rangeley and my female was diagnosed with Addison's disease late in March so she is now on...
I agree, I do ladies hunts every year. Our state's IFW Commissioner is that photo too. It was her first time sea duck hunting. Pretty cool to spend time with that morning.
and yes, love those Browning's
No, not intentionally anyways. I just always liked Merriams. I was fortunate enough to guide a handicapped hunter in Texas a few years back. After she got shot her Rio I hunted a couple days and shot mine as well. Just missing that Florida bird now....
We hunted the Black Hills National Forest while in SD. That's a vast wilderness. Lots of wildlife though. We saw 4 elk on different occasions but couldn't get my phone out quick enough. Amazing animals.
Only about a month away until the early season starts to warm up the shotgun barrels.
Here are some pictures of last year's trips (mostly all the pictures are of regular duck season).
Exciting days lie ahead, safe gunning to all.
We saw birds in SD, but nothing we wanted to shoot but what a fun time and great scenery. On our way from SD to Neb. we stopped at Mt Rushmore to do the tourist thing, we also managed a winery stop along the way too.
This spring I was able cross off one of my bucket list hunts. The drive from Maine to Nebraska was a grind...not going to lie. After about 29 hours behind the wheel, we had arrived. Very different scenery from what we're use to here in the east, but beautiful.