I support hunting, but mainly I like to cover miles out in the woods and fields, and I've been enjoying exploring utility rights of way. I usually have them all to myself all year, then along comes hunting season, and I'm an exile from paradise. But realistically, I wonder how much I should really worry about being shot at or unintentionally ruining someone's hunt while exploring public lands such as gas line corridors and power line corridors. I wouldn't risk it with gun hunters, but I heard bow hunters are a more responsible group, since they are doing it as a skill, not a pastime, and probably aren't stupid enough to mess up their aim by drinking, or haul off and shoot because they think they see or hear something. Also, I understand that laws of trespass vary depending on whether the land is owned by the utility company or leased. I live in Ohio. Any advice welcome!