Ohio farms wrote:Ohio's gun season opens the Monday after Thanksgiving (I'm sure Sierra knows that) so Sunday we are going to put up a new tree stand. Temps in the teens tonight and in the am, which will freeze the fields so I can drive my truck to the wood line. Looking forward to it.
rthomas4 wrote:My season opened on August 15th and we don't have any restrictions on type of weapon we can use, so all of my stands were checked out and if needed, repaired back in the summer. I've already put 7 in the freezers for me, and several people I supply meat for, and still have 'til Jan. 1st before our season ends.
Sierra wrote:Well things are looking grim here. I can't get a hold of the landowner where I have been hunting. I don't presume to have permission year to year, I ask for each season, and I am not going to go out there to hunt without word from him. (They've bought a house in Florida and live there most of the time now). Getting a little short on time here for me to have to quickly find somewhere else to go. So I am one depressed woman at the moment. I hope I hear from him or his wife, but otherwise I'll be stuck trying to find a square foot of public land to myself, that I am unfamiliar with. Wish me luck. The wedding and everything surrounding it kinda threw a wrench into my normal pre-season scouting activities and stuff.