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Thread: The sneaky "no hunting permitted" on skunk's misery woodlot debacle..

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    Default The sneaky "no hunting permitted" on skunk's misery woodlot debacle..

    I've been doing a lot of digging on municipal lands that permit hunting. My search started with municipally owned woodlots in Chatham, I called both the MNR and Chatham-Kent parks and recreation and NO ONE knew if it was even owned by CK despite there being a sign!! Then I searched up if Skunk's misery allows hunting with lots of mixed answers saying yes but mostly no. I've done some more digging and found out why Skunk's Misery "Doesn't allow hunting". And it's because the landmark for Skunk's misery is now on private land with the surrounding forests being Municipal land of middlesex which DO allow hunting. All lands in green borders are middlesex municipal land meanwhile lands not highlighted are private. Screenshot_20200508-174118.jpg
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    It's honestly sad the length some people go to stop hunting.
    The only real hunting is the one that's legal and fills your freezer.

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    Good job with the research. Just be careful where you go and happy hunting.

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    Be very careful there. Some true crazies

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    I’ve killed a lot of turkeys out there !!

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