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Old September 17th, 2013, 03:43 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by feva4u View Post
F_ that, public land is your land to use for ORV as much as it is for hunters to use for hunting. I've never seen anyone hunting close enough to a ORV trail where it would make a difference anyway. Don't plan your trip around being courteous to hunters as none of them have ever planned a hunting trip around your ORV trip. I hate reading this year after year. Seriously, walk the extra 800yds away from the trail so it doesn't matter who's driving down it. Don't bother with the "this is exactly..........blah, blah, blah hunters are the awesomest" speech either. Stay on the trails and stay legal.
My only $.02 is that deer hunters have a very small time line, whereas orv drivers can technically do this year round.
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