Advice for setting up new hunting property involving railroad

DSGB

Senior Member
When I hunted in Bama my family leased a tract that had a RR crossing in one corner near the road. One of my uncles would hunt the little sliver on the other side of the tracks occasionally. It was real thick and I tried to stay out of it, as it was good bedding cover. There was a small plot we created that was close to the road and RR crossing. Whenever the train would come by, it would sound and feel like it was coming right on top of you, especially when it would sound the horn as it approached the road crossing.
 
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