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post #11 of 13 Old 10-27-2009, 12:41 PM

 
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is St. Petersburg in Florida? The only one I have come across is in Russia .... sorry for interjecting !!
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Yep, it is the little peninsula next to Tampa. Just like the Russian version.
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ill bet he was achery hunting... was he dressed in camo? i know here in PA the woods is full of archery hunters so we stay the hell out of them this time of year, so that we dont piss off the people who actually own the land... we even stay off of my uncles land because we terrorize the neighborhood so much all summer... we let it rest the archery season is over... or at least only on sundays
I am a avid hunter myself and know how bad it is for someone to ruin ur hunt. We made sure nobody had their trucks parked around the primiter road and also just stayed off the loud stuff till we checked all the spots that would be likely for hunting. I'm thinkin it might be a local farmer cause we waved at a coulple who were out in the fields on the blacktop down and some didnt seem like they liked our FMF or they just hate having fun lol.

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Who owns the land? To find out, go to your counties website and check out the parcel viewer. You will find all the information about the property you need. Then talk to the land owner and get permission. If it is public land, you can tell the guy to pound sand.
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