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    In this generation of Everyman for himself I don’t know what the proper etiquette is anymore but I’d love to see the Nick Faldo routine just to see what it entails. Anyways Cal has a great point, if you can delay your trip until big game madness is over you should improve your odds for getting on. Small group size is a plus as well. It can take awhile to develope good intel and spots, the countryside is always changing too to add in additional variables.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosemaster View Post
    It all comes down to scouting, never hunting with more than one other guy, or hunting alone, looking pathetically poor, but not looking shabby, driving a farm truck, sometimes acting retarted,talking to farmers, not looking like a hunter.Sometimes I wear a old golf shirt, and I look kind of like Nick faldo, and that works for getting permissions. If they think you are pathetic, and no threat to their bird population, they might let you hunt.
    Somehow I think the retard stuff is not an act.

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    I know it's pathetic, but getting permission on good private land for free, is getting VERY DIFFICULT!!

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    It sure hasn't been difficult in my experience and I don't have to resort to that kind of behavior to be successful.

    I donít know what the proper etiquette is anymore
    PTM, somehow I have no doubt you do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calamari View Post
    It sure hasn't been difficult in my experience and I don't have to resort to that kind of behavior to be successful.

    I don’t know what the proper etiquette is anymore
    PTM, somehow I have no doubt you do.
    I have hunted with Patrick ( PTM) the last few years in SD, he perfectly well knows how to conduct himself. He is far nicer than I am

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    Quote Originally Posted by carptom1 View Post
    Somehow I think the retard stuff is not an act.
    He is a real piece of work! We have had alot of laughs at his expense. If I wasnít a redneck maybe I would be his hunting partner.

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    Cal,

    I have a strange sense of humor and Goosemaster has kept me entertained over the last few years. Although politically incorrect I wish he would expand on what exactly he means by “retarded” and I would like to know if he fuses his mentally impaired act with the Nick Faldo on the hi line trick. The Montana Rancher is a hardened but friendly man that can usually smell BS coming from a mile away and will call you on it in my limited experience. These kind of exchanges are what used to make this site fun, but it seems many of the spirited individuals have been banished to cyber space.

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    Yes they can smell bs, so it has to be good.Ive only tried it 6 or 7 times.One time I had my cousin drive me, sort of acommpian me, and I got on. I studied acting at the university of washington.Im 6-4, and my wife tells me I look, and act like Nick Faldo, so I just go with it.Some farms are impossible to get on.They wouldn't let John Tesster on! Those are the ones that are a challenge.

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    Ha ha ha, Ultimate community theatre. Goose is your real name Erv?

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    Quote Originally Posted by carptom1 View Post
    I have hunted with Patrick ( PTM) the last few years in SD, he perfectly well knows how to conduct himself. He is far nicer than I am
    Agreed, PTM is top notch. Wish I could make it to SD with you guys this year, good luck.
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