Land Management on a Shoestring

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Land Management on a Shoestring

Postby OHhunter » Fri May 22, 2009 9:29 am

Just recieved my summer issue of D&DH mag and discovered an article written by our very own Joseph P. Hogan.  I suggest giving it a read it's a great very will written, informative article.  Congrats JPH, on a great article.  Hope to see more in the future.



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RE: Land Management on a Shoestring

Postby DeanoZ » Fri May 22, 2009 10:31 am

Awesome, congrats Joe!  Well done (and written) [:D]

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RE: Land Management on a Shoestring

Postby Stickman » Sat May 23, 2009 2:46 pm

Great article,reminds me of my last few years. Learning more every year.

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RE: Land Management on a Shoestring

Postby JPH » Sun May 24, 2009 3:39 am

Thanks guys. I am happy that it connected with some of you.

Please know that our interaction here on the forum had a HUGE influence on the writing of that article. It has also influenced the way I hunt and approach conservation. It may seem like I am not listening to those who disagree with me, but I am. We are always growing.

This has also opened my eyes to how hard it would be to make a living doing this. To have something worthwhile to say, the ability to say it and the productivity to do it often enough is way beyond my skills. I wouldn't mind supporting my addiction by writing a little, but making full time job of it is for the really, really talented! Guys like Dan Schmidt, Charlie Alsheimer and Mike Hanback have all my respect.

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RE: Land Management on a Shoestring

Postby Bowtechian » Sun May 24, 2009 4:52 am

Congrats Joe on your first, & hopefully not last, magazine article.
You may be able to land a "Hunting Fitness" department in every issue. I'm sure Dan could set one page aside for you.[;)]
Dave M.

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RE: Land Management on a Shoestring

Postby DeerCamp » Sun May 24, 2009 1:14 pm

So here I am sitting in my chair at work, with my new copy of D&DH. As I flip threw the pages to see what one to start at I stop dead on one.. I notice JPH's pic, I then go back and see that it's an article he wrote. I was very instersted in this article and I thought that you did a great job with it! Way to go!
"If I pull the hammer and shoot this young buck, he's dead. But if I pass on him, the next hunter might not shoot so straight."

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RE: Land Management on a Shoestring

Postby gunther89 » Sun May 24, 2009 3:40 pm

I agree great job of writing the article JPH.  I really enjoyed reading it.

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RE: Land Management on a Shoestring

Postby schlupis » Mon May 25, 2009 1:55 am

Well I will have to agree with everybody else, on this one. Very well written article Joe, its always nice to read a article written by another blue collar american who doesnt have money to burn making his little piece of paradise better for the wildlife and his own family. I dont know about everybody else but it made me feel more comfortable when I buy my small piece of land someday, that small parcels can still produce big results. When I say big results I mean good old fashioned hunting, not just big racks...
Got me to thinking I need to get back to just hunting and having fun and stop thinking about the next wall hanger....
Good job on the article and keep it up Joe.

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RE: Land Management on a Shoestring

Postby msbadger » Mon May 25, 2009 9:26 am

Nicely written JPH...

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