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Hey there. My name is Corey, I am a waterfowl enthusiast and I am currently looking for permission to access farmland. I live in the Peterborough/Kawartha Lakes area. I am a responsible hunter with all certifications, and willing to comply with any requests from owners as well is clean up what ever shells may be left before leaving. Also willing to share game, or lend a hand with any tasks, keep any gates closed/open etc. Also I see there is a larger interest among farm owners to help eradicate vermin, which I would have no problem helping out with.


I believe it is every hunters right to comply with landowners terms and offer a hand to ensure a long lasting positive relationship. If anyone has any suggestions or interest please don't hesistate to contact me at coreyk_77@hotmail.com thanks!



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