I have to stay with A. Regardless of the law, someone else's land is not my sandbox to play in unless they invite me in or say yes when I ask. I can't find a logical reason why the activity of hunting should be exempt from the concept of personal property...it isn't mine. I didn't work for it, pay for it, or inherit it, so what possible right would I have to hunt, hike, bike, camp, or do whatever on it? Honestly, I can't understand anything but the A answer. We take weeks to scout, plan, map, and prepare, but don't feel it necessary to take a few minutes to ask permission well in advance of the season?