Just to clarify, the riparian licensing locks up the water in front of private property, not the actual land. You could still hunt on the shoreline with landowner permission even without the riparian license, it just allows you to hunt from a blindsite, place an offshore blind in front of it and/or keep out squatter blind sites when they open the lottery in August.
Congrats on the spot Nalley, just make sure you and the landowner are on the same page. Theoretically they could let you license the riparian rights for the water but lease or give out the land hunting rights to another party.
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