Thanks to those who gave feedback on my last question. I guess I'm leaving the boat back at the cabin this year, that should be new to me. Is it best to set up a dozen or so decoys with my waders on a pothole? Or to bring some canadian honker silluetes and set up in a field? Now what's the deal with hunting on farm land? Do I need to get farmers permission before I set up in a field or enter property to jump a pond? Like for the early goose season now, do I need to get their permission before I hunt a field. Or am I best off just staying away from fields and hunting the potholes with some floater honkers and a few mallards mixed in? I'm just looking for some advice on the most effective means to go about the upcoming hunts. You guys have obviously been hunting North Dakota for a long time and maybe can give me a few tricks of the trade so I don't have to waste too many hunts along the learning curve. Also, what's the deal with the "rest areas"? Are they totally restricted to waterfowl hunting? Are they privately owned? And is it true that they will be completely open during the early goose season? Thanks again for any help that you might be able to give to me.