Originally Posted by LewisH
Don't hold you breath, Kingrabbit.
One thing ya gotta know, for all their talk about the hog plague, Texans don't cotton to outsiders (or even neighbors) coming on their property to shoot hogs.
...and that's the plain truth.
On this one I have to respond !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
First of all Texans are some of the most frendly people in the world !!!!
When driving down the road and you meet another car/truck comming your
way 90% of the time they will wave even though they dont know you.
In california ( The land of fruits and nuts ) don't even think about waveing
at anyone or you will ether be mugged,cursed,or sexually assalted.
If your car breaks down in texas someone will stop and help you .
In california if you break down call the police fast and hope they find you because
NO One will ever stop unless it's to do the aforementioned things to you.
As far as the land owners go it is commond courtesy to ask for permision to
go on anyones land no matter what state your in. most of Texas land is leased
by hunters for year round hunting and the land owners cannot allow anyone
on his land unless he has the approvel of the lease holders.
Land owners have to protect them selves from law suits so most hunters sign a
hold harmless contract.
I have worked in California many years and I met some realy nice people but the
percentage is very small compaired to Texas and most other states.
I don't believe in dishing other states but I do resent others talking about Texas when
they don't have a clue about it.
And by the way I have invited many hunters on my lease but I don't think you have
to worry about a " Free " hunt any time soon, But there are high fenced hunts for
your type if you have money and no frends.
We also take young under privileged hunters on special youth hunts each year and
these land owners support us .
Well I have said enough but as the signs says "DON"T MESS WITH TEXAS"
J E CUSTOM