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Old 12-05-2009, 09:02 AM
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Angry I would like to thank....

The idiot who decided it would be really nice to leave a latex glove at the base of our one ladder stand...which happened to be the one we moved after we found a Buck Bomb at the base of it. I'm pretty sure it was intended to be put there because you'd have to be blind to not see the ladder stand attached to that tree.

Don't call yourself a hunter...you aren't worthy enough nor skilled either....

There's also been some idiots throwing beer bottles in the fields...now this is private farm land we hunt on and soon enough some day no one will be able hunt because of some idiots like that....We have an idea it might be the landowner's daughter's boyfriend and his friends...

Anybody else have disrespectful jerks pull that crap in your hunting area? Might as well hunt state land if we are going to have to put up with all this...
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Old 12-05-2009, 02:56 PM
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had a buddy go to his stand on opening morning to find a pile of trash/cigarette butts and an about a week old gut pile. Only thing we could figure it was fron youth day way to go to that idiot he taught his child well. never caught anyone in there all year but they probley wouldnt like him if he had
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Old 12-05-2009, 03:51 PM
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If I see Mr. Bud Light can walking around my woods I am going to have a go around with him. You can follow his path right around the mountain.
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Old 12-05-2009, 03:57 PM
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a few of them around here to i stay out of them woods
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Old 12-05-2009, 07:28 PM
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I'm 35, I made my 48 year old cousin go back up to the woods and clean his litter pile up one time. He was "teaching" his son how to hunt. I stumble across his spot while still hunting and it's littered with Starburst wrappers, coke bottles, and and plastic wrap.

He actually got huffy about it so I didn't hold back a single thought I had about it, or him. We haven't seen him since, lol.

I don't care who you are, if you're in my presence you are going to respect Mother Nature or I am going to call you out.
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Old 12-07-2009, 04:56 AM
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Lost 225 acres if priviate land this year becasue someone else was an idiot.10 days before gun opener.
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Old 12-07-2009, 05:21 AM
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I have no problem with othesr invading my hunting spot if it is on Public land or they have permission. Just because I want to hunt there doesn't mean they can't. We all have rights to the land. Ethically I would never do it and always avoid others. If I find others nearby I get out anyway. Deer shut down really quickly from pressure and you can't know how much pressure the others are applying and on your day you might be totally wasting your time.

Trash on the other hand is a real problem. 30 years of going afield and the most I have left is TP and maybe some paper towels after cleaning up after a gutting a deer. Paper towels hidden away do deteriorate in a couple days and no one will ever see them in the mean time.

Scumbags in the woods make me sick.
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Old 12-07-2009, 12:33 PM
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a colleague of mine at work really wanted to go hunting last year...i set him up in my stand on public land and told him to make sure he cleaned up any trash he had (sandwich wrappers, whatever) his response "it is public land, let the state clean it up"

needless to say, i removed him from the stand and told him he will never hunt with me again

really sad, i know when i go fly fishing for trout, i always take a creel, not to keep fish, but to carry trash out
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