Well you are correct Mr. Fetch I have pushed the limits in a site directed towards ND residents. I have enjoyed debating with you and the relatively small number of people that actually view these posts - even Mr Resner. :rock:
I hope all the residents on this site understand many NRs are simply there to be with friends or family. I plan on hunting ND until I can not get in. I guess we will switch to summer golf get-togethers.
Where I hunt in ND, the number of mallards I shoot is not limited by availability but by personal discretion and my desire to spend as much time hunting pheasants and geese during my brief stay or stay(s) in ND. A few mallard limits over the decoys each fall and one or two good sneaks is all one really needs. Who wants to clean all though ducks any way. Having a flock of mallards land in the decoys and fly away is like Catch and Release.
For what it is worth, I stand by my last compromise to reduce NR competition.:smile:
http://www.nodakoutdoors.com/members/ph ... &forum=3&4
And now I say good-bye to the Hot Topics page for a good long while. I have to stop this addiction cold turkey :computer:
I will continue to enjoy the duck, geese, pheasant, pages -- I know how to pursue birds in ND -- I will now spend my time teaching, listening, learning, and discussing topics regarding hunting birds.
I have had a lot of fun here. One last post to all the resident ND hunters -- a tip worth repeating :
while driving/scouting look at the horizon - not the ponds and ditches on the side of the road. Hunt more than 5 miles from the nearest ND town. Ask permission to hunt that posted land - they do say yes more often than not and they do not expect any money - just a friendly hello and a THANK YOU.
Hey I learned to use SMILES today.
[ This Message was edited by: prairie hunter on 2002-04-06 11:10 ]
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