Been searching online for a while, but haven't been able to find much information. If anyone could point me in the right direction it would be greatly appreciated! The circumstance: Parents own a few acres of property with some cabins on it in the Alsea area (Linn County), miles from the nearest town. The property is fully fenced, 10 feet high. 2x12 fence boards... can't see through it (the neighbors call it "the compound"). The property sits on the Alsea river, river on the South side with a dead-end gravel road on the North side. Grandparents own the property on the West side. On the East side, 2 doors down lies the problem. Without getting into to much detail, the neighbor two doors down has started a bit of a feud. To summarize, the old guy hates anyone having any fun or making any noise. It's gotten to the point that he has made threats, flips us all off on the way past his house, regularly calls the Sheriff, with often times made up complaints, etc. BUT, to get back to the point of this thread... Last weekend I dispatched a few raccoons getting in the garbage cans. When we left, he apparently hid behind some bushes at the end of his driveway and got my license plate number. He then called the Sheriff to complain that we were illegally shooting on the property. He told/threatened the grandparents this information. Threatening to call the Sheriff as soon as he heres gun shots again, and that they are "standing by" to come out and ticket us. So, I would like to be able to shoot on the property, within the confines of the law. I'm trying to gather as much information as possible before proceeding. I know that you cannot shoot over a boy of water, and I know there is some limit has to how close to a roadway you can shoot. Any info would be greatly appreciated! Also, calling the Sheriff's office tomorrow to discuss the situation, and the laws regarding our situation.