binellishtr wrote: »
your lucky buggys go in the overgrown still hunt,non rotational area...otherwise you'd never be able to walk in there.
Still produces more deer then any other management area
JRussell wrote: »
...and that does look like Corbett, just with less people lol
Bobjr86 wrote: »
Ok so i hunted florida for my first time yesterday and have to say i was really disappointed.
ROGERSANCHEZ wrote: »
That's crazy. He's VERY mild tempered and seems like a good kid. If that would have been some of the guys I know, that guy with the air horn would've been in trouble, haha!
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bgeorge wrote: »
I have hunted western PA between Erie and Pittsburgh on the opening of guns season for the last 31 years. In all that time I have only missed one season. I have never had people with air horns and such but I have never hunted a small strip of land between two developments that are sure to have people who see a deer as pets. Big difference between PA and FL is many people do hunt. They just recently stopped giving the first day of gun season (always on a Monday) off from public school. If you are on non-posted land or public ground you are likely to see someone else. We have land there and choose not to post it. Each year the same old man wanders down a trail mid-morning. We are glad to see him still at it. We also hunt surrounding public ground. People are there and so are the deer. PA harvest is around 350,000 deer of which around 275,000 are from the two week gun season. A few years back they change the antler restrictions to 3 on one side as a minimum so the days of sounding like a war zone have turned to a skirmish. Got me thinking of next year already.
Panhandler80 wrote: »
That guy has a lot more patience than me and an entirely better attitude. Good for him.