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Land to rent for waterfowl hunting

I am willing to rent out my land for the 2012 waterfowl season.  Lots of water. Located in the Oakes area.  Will rent out to highest bidder.  Will accept bids until August 25th.   Email me if you have any questions

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Oh Mylanta... please tell me that you are about 150 miles east of Oakes and not in my home state... but to each his own and good for you to own land. Plus as an added bonus, I heard duck and goose is delicious! tongue in cheek and just giving you a bad time on the entire post..


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I am willing to rent out my land for the 2012 waterfowl season.  Lots of water. Located in the Oakes area.  Will rent out to highest bidder.  Will accept bids until August 25th.   Email me if you have any questions

toolsheds like you are the ones that are gonna kill this sport for our youth.....but to each their own its your land do what you want with it, must be hard up for money i guess

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Nope not hard up for money.  Just pure capitalism.   You don't like it You don't have to bid.  You morons must be jealous.  LMAO

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cimbo do you own any land or have you ever owned any land?   

 

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I was thinking pure dueshism buuuut if you wanna call it capitalism thats fine

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I hope the winning bidder treats your land like a rental car. Its people like you that ruin our wonderful state. If you let people hunt who ask you for free you will get a whole lot more in the end maybe evan make friend..just my 2 cents

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mauserG33-40 Said:

cimbo do you own any land or have you ever owed any land?   

yeah i have 160 acres in sw nd with excellent pheasant hunting, i post it with signs reading "hunting with permission" leave my name and number and repost it every year so i know its legible, which means i don't stop people from going on my land i just wanna know whos on it and when

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I'd rather shoot them off your neighbors field for a bag of walleye fillets a conversation and a few beers.

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Cimbo maybe you should buy it. Then you can do what you like.

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cimbo Said:

mauserG33-40 Said:

cimbo do you own any land or have you ever owed any land?   

yeah i have 160 acres in sw nd with excellent pheasant hunting, i post it with signs reading "hunting with permission" leave my name and number and repost it every year so i know its legible, which means i don't stop people from going on my land i just wanna know whos on it and when

Ever turn anyone down?  

 

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 Yea.   I say s screw you.  Hope the ducks boycott your land.

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 Yea.   I say s screw you.  Hope the ducks boycott your land.

lmao I hope so too!!!!

 

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I hope the winning bidder treats your land like a rental car. Its people like you that ruin our wonderful state. If you let people hunt who ask you for free you will get a whole lot more in the end maybe evan make friend..just my 2 cents

Dude, what don't you understand?  The guy is complete tool and you can't change that.  You think he give's a hoot about "friends" ?   He doesn't need friends. When you are in the position he is,  you are too good for friends. 

If you were a badminton ace, I think this would be a good bumper sticker:  "Suck my Shuttlecock" 

 

 

 

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Cooter00 Said:
I hope the winning bidder treats your land like a rental car. Its people like you that ruin our wonderful state. If you let people hunt who ask you for free you will get a whole lot more in the end maybe evan make friend..just my 2 cents

hah the rental car part made me laugh... That is exactly the way some of the city slickers will treat his land.. just a piece of land and no problem if you trash it at the end.. just find a new piece next year... the $2000 that he gets to lease it out will be spent on advil for the headaches he will no doubt receive. Good luck to the OP, probably not quite what grandpa had in mind for his land...lol......


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 Hunting and hunters are the sole reason we maintain our right to bear arms. If people start charging/renting, many youth will not have the oppertunity to fall in love with firearms and hunting. I grew up near Oakes and access was great. Apparently things are changing and have changed for the worse. 

Poooooooor decision. Enjoy the few hundred extra bones.

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What a bunch of assholes gonna post mine this fall an keep all wish a be hunters off it until they let me come run my livestock on their front lawn and I can park my trucks and tractors in their driveways games can be played from both angles and pissing a farmer off Is a nice start to road ditch hunting ........

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What a bunch of assholes gonna post mine this fall an keep all wish a be hunters off it until they let me come run my livestock on their front lawn and I can park my trucks and tractors in their driveways games can be played from both angles and pissing a farmer off Is a nice start to road ditch hunting ........

U Mad?

 

 

 

 

 

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 Jesus guys. He's just a landowner trying to make some money off of his investment. What is so hard to understand about that? He has a right to make money just like the rest of us. And just because he does it, doesn't mean everyone else is going to fall in line. On top of that, you have no clue about the people he is going to rent to. You don't suppose that they might have a higher respect for the land because they are paying for it and would like to be invited back next year? 

Is it impious to weigh goose music and art in the same scales? I think not, because the true hunter is merely a noncreative artist. Who painted the first picture on a bone in the caves of France? A hunter. Who alone in our modern life so thrills to the sight of living beauty that he will endure hunger and thirst and cold to feed his eye upon it? The hunter. Who wrote the great hunter's poem about the sheer wonder of the wind, the hail, and the snow, the stars, the lightnings, and the clouds, the lion, the deer, and the wild goat, the raven, the hawk, and the eagle, and above all the eulogy to the horse? Job, one of the great dramatic artists of all time. Poets sing and hunters scale the mountains primarily for one and the same reason--the thrill of beauty. Critics write and hunters outwit their game primarily for one and the same reason--to reduce that beauty to possession. The differences are largely matters of degree, consciousness, and that sly arbiter of the classification of human activities, language. If, then, we can live without goose music, we may as well do away with stars, or sunsets, or Iliads. But the point is we would be fools to do away with any of them. 

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It just fascinates me that a city boy can stop and ask to hunt driving a $50000 vehicle with a atv in the back pulling a $5000 aluminum dog trailer with a $2000 boat on top filled with $1000-3000 worth of decoys and carrying a $1000 black eagle and then they expect to have the farmer or rancher give them a free pass. That money they spent for all that never help the farmer or rancher repair his machinery or fix his fences. And Iam not far from Oakes and you damn right things have changed thanks to out of state slob hunters the days of well in no him I can hunt his land even if its posted will get you a day in front of the judge and a fine that I think should be raised five folds to teach respect not slap wrist

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Next he will be charging the birds to land in is field too:(

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Next you will want to charge to birds to land and eat in your fields :(

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ktent, try running an ad in th Outdoor News out of Mpls.  Game Fair should be going on soon.  Your phone will ring off the hook, residents will never pay.

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WARWAGON Said:
It just fascinates me that a city boy can stop and ask to hunt driving a $50000 vehicle with a atv in the back pulling a $5000 aluminum dog trailer with a $2000 boat on top filled with $1000-3000 worth of decoys and carrying a $1000 black eagle and then they expect to have the farmer or rancher give them a free pass. That money they spent for all that never help the farmer or rancher repair his machinery or fix his fences. And Iam not far from Oakes and you damn right things have changed thanks to out of state slob hunters the days of well in no him I can hunt his land even if its posted will get you a day in front of the judge and a fine that I think should be raised five folds to teach respect not slap wrist

........and the local high school kid and his buddy will have one less place to hunt.

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I know I'll probably catch hell for this but in my opinion if your a farmer and accept government subsidies then you should be required to allow hunters to hunt your land. Your money that uncle sam craps out every year comes from public tax dollars, yes even from hard working people who hunt.  The whole "poor farmer" days are over with as it really isn't difficult to make money farming anymore. And yes, we do own and farm our own land so I'm not just a "city boy."  You wanna talk expenses, most farmers nowadays don't think twice about getting a brand spanking new half million dollar combine every few years not to mention that king ranch pickup they seem to think they need.   this argument goes both ways ya know!

WARWAGON Said:
It just fascinates me that a city boy can stop and ask to hunt driving a $50000 vehicle with a atv in the back pulling a $5000 aluminum dog trailer with a $2000 boat on top filled with $1000-3000 worth of decoys and carrying a $1000 black eagle and then they expect to have the farmer or rancher give them a free pass. That money they spent for all that never help the farmer or rancher repair his machinery or fix his fences. And Iam not far from Oakes and you damn right things have changed thanks to out of state slob hunters the days of well in no him I can hunt his land even if its posted will get you a day in front of the judge and a fine that I think should be raised five folds to teach respect not slap wrist

 

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Cimbo maybe you should buy it. Then you can do what you like.

 

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Amen brother

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Walleye fillets gets you far with the old farmers  

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I'd rather shoot them off your neighbors field for a bag of walleye fillets a conversation and a few beers.

 

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Let the bidding began-$500.00

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NDgooseslayer Said:
I know I'll probably catch hell for this but in my opinion if your a farmer and accept government subsidies then you should be required to allow hunters to hunt your land. Your money that uncle sam craps out every year comes from public tax dollars, yes even from hard working people who hunt.  The whole "poor farmer" days are over with as it really isn't difficult to make money farming anymore. And yes, we do own and farm our own land so I'm not just a "city boy."  You wanna talk expenses, most farmers nowadays don't think twice about getting a brand spanking new half million dollar combine every few years not to mention that king ranch pickup they seem to think they need.   this argument goes both ways ya know!

WARWAGON Said:
It just fascinates me that a city boy can stop and ask to hunt driving a $50000 vehicle with a atv in the back pulling a $5000 aluminum dog trailer with a $2000 boat on top filled with $1000-3000 worth of decoys and carrying a $1000 black eagle and then they expect to have the farmer or rancher give them a free pass. That money they spent for all that never help the farmer or rancher repair his machinery or fix his fences. And Iam not far from Oakes and you damn right things have changed thanks to out of state slob hunters the days of well in no him I can hunt his land even if its posted will get you a day in front of the judge and a fine that I think should be raised five folds to teach respect not slap wrist

you are right on with your view in my opinion. 

 

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True colors came out in this thread!

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cimbo Said:

mauserG33-40 Said:

cimbo do you own any land or have you ever owed any land?   

yeah i have 160 acres in sw nd with excellent pheasant hunting, i post it with signs reading "hunting with permission" leave my name and number and repost it every year so i know its legible, which means i don't stop people from going on my land i just wanna know whos on it and when

Ever turn anyone down?  

only if the're nonresidents or other people are already hunting

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What a joke... I beleive in property rights.  I just hate to see this happen, to have a lease of hunting rights.

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Meelosh Said:
  He has a right to make money just like the rest of us.

He does.  So he rents for (hypothetically) $1000. The farmer next to him....sees this..."hey....wow...cool".  So then, a fella from somewhere else bids $1200...then a few years later....more farmers say "hey...wow". Then an attorney from Chicago bids $1500...etc...etc...
 
Eventually, this will kill off the true hunters and hunting will be only available to those that decide on a whim "Hey Winston, how's about you and I go buy some guns, some ammo, a boat, a new shiny suburban, call ourselves hunters and head to Dakota and shoot some birds..."
 
Yeah...it's his right...definitely.  It's my "right" to swear at kids cutting across my lawn to get take a shortcut to FB practice..."Hey ya little fukks....get off my yard". It's my right to tell someone that I'll charge them to pull themselves and their wife and kids out of the ditch when they get stuck in the winter when it's 20 below.   It's my right not to go to my best friends dad's funeral.  We have a lot of "rights".  If everyone did what they had the right to do...the country would be worse off than what it is.

It's also someone's right, once they find out who he is, to be a jerk to him and his wife and kids if they want.   

I think people should maybe do what's right rather than do what they have the right to do. 

 
 

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That farmer never help that city boy,get a education,find a job and make some money??u sound like a democrat???Iam sure that city boy dosent eat bread or beef or burn ethanol,pay taxes?anyway you got my bid!.

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Must be a buncha damn minnesotans on here looking for everything FREE

 

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 It's his land but he'd better not complain about wildlife lunching on his crops.  Doing that usually means not enough hunting & excessive wildlife numbers.  

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eyexer Said:

NDgooseslayer Said:
I know I'll probably catch hell for this but in my opinion if your a farmer and accept government subsidies then you should be required to allow hunters to hunt your land. Your money that uncle sam craps out every year comes from public tax dollars, yes even from hard working people who hunt.  The whole "poor farmer" days are over with as it really isn't difficult to make money farming anymore. And yes, we do own and farm our own land so I'm not just a "city boy."  You wanna talk expenses, most farmers nowadays don't think twice about getting a brand spanking new half million dollar combine every few years not to mention that king ranch pickup they seem to think they need.   this argument goes both ways ya know!

WARWAGON Said:
It just fascinates me that a city boy can stop and ask to hunt driving a $50000 vehicle with a atv in the back pulling a $5000 aluminum dog trailer with a $2000 boat on top filled with $1000-3000 worth of decoys and carrying a $1000 black eagle and then they expect to have the farmer or rancher give them a free pass. That money they spent for all that never help the farmer or rancher repair his machinery or fix his fences. And Iam not far from Oakes and you damn right things have changed thanks to out of state slob hunters the days of well in no him I can hunt his land even if its posted will get you a day in front of the judge and a fine that I think should be raised five folds to teach respect not slap wrist

you are right on with your view in my opinion. 

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i'm going to put in the opening bid at $1

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 The oil has brought on the disease........even if someone owns lands in this state and not recieving oil money they will all eventually do what their neighbor is doing.........just like Oklahoma and Texas......once oil money flows it infects everything and everyone in the state to some degree................give it ten more years folks and you wont be able to get onto land to hunt here without paying for it or owning the land................the days of free and just being good old friendly Nodaks is going to be a thing of the past.............I'm glad I have had the privilege of hunting in this great state for the last 15 yrs without opening my wallet..........one of the main reasons I stayed after retiring from the Air Force............that reason is slowing disappearing and will only accelerate as more and more landowners feel the bug to tap into oil money.............I'm glad I'm in my 50s and dont have to worry much longer about how I will pay for my hunting like my son and his kids will.........

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I told my hunting buddys five years ago that in ten years we will not be hunting anymore. not like we used to in college or H.S. where you went out found birds and either hunted them ( if unposted) which in my time was pretty common. or found the landowner and struck up a friendship. the rest of the world has its eyes on ND. I predicted this oil boom would bring way too much attention to ND. not only in oil and the money it brings but once outsiders got a glimpse of what we had here they want it too. the only problem is what was brought into this state along with the economic upturn was greed. plain and simple greed. everyone wants money and will go to whatever lengths to get.  outside philosophy is that everything in this world goes to the highest bidder. it wasnt the case in ND before. keeping peace with your neighbors, helping raise youth as a community, and teaching them our morals and outdoor recreations have been tossed out the window with the chance to make a few damn dollars. as it seems the north dakota lifestyle; close friendships and community involvment is being shrugged off, who needs friends when you have money right? 

it sickens me to no end seeing a post like this on FBO. what makes matters worse is i fear it will only get worse. i stayed in this state before the jobs were plentyful. I stayed with the reality i would not make the money i could if i moved out of state. i stayed because I spend every minute i can hunting waterfowl. i stayed because i wanted to raise my children to love and enjoy what i had growing up. if it goes away then what do i have to stay for???????

Every legislative session i sit back and watch as our elected officials draft wildlife laws to further interupt our ND heritage by trying to pump as much money into this state as they can. every year they get close and closer to wiping out what many of us consider a way of life. i say it is time we take a proactive approach to this and stop the raping of our way of life. we have more than enough money here. lets get our legislators to put an end to this now while we can by introducing a bill that would require any landowner who recieves monetary compensation in exchange for hunting rights would be excluded from or penelized from recieving any sort of farm subsidies.

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Also to ktent1,

I will make a deal with you. how about you recant your offer to lease your land for one year. in this year you post your land and take out as many youth or inexperienced hunters as you can. gather any young hunter safety kids or women and men who you live with year round. I'm sure you could get many delta, DU, or sportmans club volunteers to help you in any way throughout the length of the season, I'd even drive down to take kids out. once the year is over and you've seen the joy you've brought to these people, after you've shared these lifelong experiences with the people you grew  up with, and your kids are growing up with for one season.

if you can look me straight in the eye and tell me that the feeling you get from watching their enjoyment, or the feeling you get from teaching your young and impressionable neighbors about our great outdoors. . .. if you can look me straight in the eye and tell me that feeling isnt worth the few dollars you get from leasing your land. then i will lease your land for the next 10 years for $500 a year just so you will allow access to any respectful sportsman who asks. If you have an once of manhood in your soul i can promise you, you will get more out of what i described than a few thousnad dollars. if not I take pity on you.

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Also to ktent1,

I will make a deal with you. how about you recant your offer to lease your land for one year. in this year you post your land and take out as many youth or inexperienced hunters as you can. gather any young hunter safety kids or women and men who you live with year round. I'm sure you could get many delta, DU, or sportmans club volunteers to help you in any way throughout the length of the season, I'd even drive down to take kids out. once the year is over and you've seen the joy you've brought to these people, after you've shared these lifelong experiences with the people you grew  up with, and your kids are growing up with for one season.

if you can look me straight in the eye and tell me that the feeling you get from watching their enjoyment, or the feeling you get from teaching your young and impressionable neighbors about our great outdoors. . .. if you can look me straight in the eye and tell me that feeling isnt worth the few dollars you get from leasing your land. then i will lease your land for the next 10 years for $500 a year just so you will allow access to any respectful sportsman who asks. If you have an once of manhood in your soul i can promise you, you will get more out of what i described than a few thousnad dollars. if not I take pity on you.

I'm with getsmurfed!

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 I'll bid $1, a jaw breaker, and a pack of beachnut chaw. 

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To the few,
Try something different this year and don't throw garbage out while hunting or scouting.  We have picked up many pickup loads of garbage every year after deer and pheasant season.  I know it isn't a bunch of people but it is getting very old and more and more land is getting posted around here because of it.
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So ktent do you live in ND or are you an out of stater who inherited grandma and grandpas old place?


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To the few,
Try something different this year and don't throw garbage out while hunting or scouting.  We have picked up many pickup loads of garbage every year after deer and pheasant season.  I know it isn't a bunch of people but it is getting very old and more and more land is getting posted around here because of it.
Thanks and good luck.
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Because posting land will stop those type of people. LOL. More people are posting land, because they have a right to, much like the topic starter is attempting to rent because he has the right to. 

I'm with ya that littering is dumb...but I really see very little trash compared to what there was years ago.  Much less trash. 

Many PICKUP LOADS? LOL,  I'd have to put on 10,000 miles around here to find a pickup load of trash.   You sure you didn't wander onto a reservation? 

 
 

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This is one of the main reasons I do less and less hunting and more fishing every year.

 

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Hope he has or is getting a lot of insurance.  I know a rancher who was in a liability suit and it cost him over 7000 after the court and insurance.  His insurance rates more than double from what they were. it is a property right issue simple as that

A farm policy will not cover the hunting for profit  that takes a seperate policy and it is expensive  a city dude could tear his new waders on a fence or twist an ankle and then it is show me the money

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When i ask permission i do it with an 88 toyota and well before season.  asking once the season opens with a new truck don't work so good. 

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