How To Deal with Trespassers on Private Hunting Land

Realizing that someone has been trespassing on your hunting property is not a good feeling. This year after gaining permission to hunt a piece of land, I went to scout it in preparation for a friend coming to hunt. There were multiple trail cameras and a ground blind set up. After confirming that the owner had not left anything out,

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Report: More Than 80,000 Acres of Public Land Inaccessible to Hunters, Fishermen

More than 80,000 acres of federal, state, county, and municipal public lands in the Mid-Atlantic are inaccessible to hunters and fishermen, according to a new report from onX Maps and the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP). The three-state report shows 39,000 taxpayer-owned acres in New York, 27,000 in Pennsylvania, and 14,000 in New Jersey that are “landlocked,” or surrounded by

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