Did not complain, just stated a fact. We called several of the landowners in the Oakes area that had posted their property and were told it was pay to hunt land. We do not tresspass on others land with out permission.H2OfowlND said:Who says you HAVE to pay to hunt private land in ND? You knock on doors and ask to hunt if it is posted. If your so hell bent on hunting PLOTS land come here the 2nd week of pheasant, its much less crowded and there are still plenty of birds to go around. Adjust your schedule instead of complaining about not being able to hunt PLOTS.
In the Devils Lake area you're probably going to have to drive a long ways out of town. Don't be afraid to put on at least 100 miles/night scouting. And be aware of the no tresspassing law if you hunt Nelson County to the east.JustinG said:Any pointers for a first timer would be greatly appreciated!!