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  1. #1
    Getting the hang of it

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    Default Making friends and asking permission to hunt

    Well folks... met a fellow Toller owner on Instagram. After chatting, turns out he lives 20mins from me. Has access to a couple thousand acres of hunting land, and happy to bring me along.

    Corn and beans coming down soon where we hunt. Excited to fill the freezer.

    I also stopped being a pansy and finally asked 2 different people for permission to hunt their land. One is 70 acres of forest, perfect for small game. The other 150+ of field and timber, full of deer.

    I tanned some rabbit pelts from last season. Have a rabbit farmer asking me to tan more of her farmed rabbits and let me keep most of them. Learned how to butcher/process rabbits.

    Got a smoker and now grilling and smoking up a storm.

    The past year has been very good to me, except not having success in hunting. Lack of outings and lack of waterfowl/small game where I was going.

    I hope the 2019 season is even better with some fruitful hunts.

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    That's the way to do it. I have spent this season mainly targeting crown land and public tracts trying to find opportunities. Knocking on doors is a struggle for me, I need to get over that hump too! It can get frustrating travelling afar in search of squirrels, never to find any; except when I arrive back at home of course.... Good luck!

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    all about starting somewhere. im sure a few years from now will be a different story for you! good luck out there.

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