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Deerslayer_37 12-04-2004 06:08 PM

Interesting tie to this area and Chai Vang
 
I heard from a game warden the other day that during the investigation of Chai Vang, the guy who killed 6 men here in Wisconsin, they found ties to this area. Turns out he camped in Yellow River State Forest in Iowa, which is maybe a 1/2 mile from our 640 acres there. We've found campfires from Hmong hunters on our land, and our neighbors have caught them tresspassing. The game warden also said they caughta Hmong hunter with 30 squirrels. Things like that get you thinking..I mean, it could have been ME he snapped on someday i was out hunting instead of 8 people in Northern Wisconsin. I'm not saying the Hmong's are bad people, but the game wardens continually catch them overbagging adn tresspassing. they'll confiscate their guns and they'll be back the next week with new guns. i guess they bring them in on buses. drop them off and pickthem up later. i just think its crazy that a month ago when i was out huntingn on my land that Chai Vang could have been in my vicinty. I know its given me a different outlook on confronting tresspassers and wearing plenty of orange.

slayer

Trustee 12-04-2004 06:41 PM

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Bad hunters are every where! Be carefull!

onebullet 12-05-2004 02:54 PM

RE: Interesting tie to this area and Chai Vang
 
deerslayer we have the same problem in southern minn too, no respect for laws concerning wild game because they had unregulated hunting and fishing in laos and wont abide by them here, it is all about how they taught and what they taught the children has spilled over into our country--- ethics which dont seem to co-exist very well with our own[>:]
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there is no doubt vangs actions will effect many people -but we also have to keep a cool head about hunting----NO DEER IS WORTH A HUMAN LIFE no way no how !!! and if anyone of you dissagree you have NO bussiness with a gun in your hand in the woods in the first place. i wish someone would have said this to vang years ago--but they didnt...so we must..
ALL hunters should shout this as a battle cry-NO deer is worth a human life....

JONES 1969 12-27-2004 08:50 PM

RE: Interesting tie to this area and Chai Vang
 
If you aint from the USA then get the hell out.....

Theinespines3 12-27-2004 09:03 PM

RE: Interesting tie to this area and Chai Vang
 
We have the same problem in southwest wisconsin. A guy who hunts the same land as use found some of them and they had like 15 squirrls cooking hole. They just throw them in the fire and than pull them out and eat um. The do the same with crows too.

Scary, but if i run into one of um, i am turning the other way, with a little more speed in my step.

Charlie P 12-28-2004 08:32 AM

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If you aint from the USA then get the hell out.....
You must be a Indian right?

uncle matt 12-28-2004 10:34 AM

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Yup Charlie, Jones ignorance is shining pretty bright. Definately not the sharpest tool in the shed.

Unce Matt (in IL)

Charlie P 12-28-2004 12:03 PM

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His next statement will proably be "if my brother and sister get divorced will they still be related?"

Stump_MN_Hunter 12-28-2004 12:32 PM

RE: Interesting tie to this area and Chai Vang
 
My buddy lives down by Houston and his land is very close to Whitewater in SE MN. He and his neighbors constantly has problems with Hmong tresspassing all over their land shooting everything from squirrels, bluejays, robins...pretty much everything they see. They will just park their trucks and just start walking in one direction until it gets dark and just camp where ever they are. Doesn't matter whose land it is. They(and yes I'm generalizing cause most all of them do it) shoot everything and anything they see and walk where ever they like. It happens down there and on state land not far from me. You don't even want to be close to that state land when they are out there hunting. .22 bullets flying every where. If you think I'm exagerating....I dare you to come and try to sit in a bow stand on land next to it or even on the state land. I'll set you up and see what happens, but I'm out of there way before first light.

kshunter 12-28-2004 12:33 PM

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Hmong hunters
I've been hearing a lot about them, but don't really know much about them. Can anybody elaborate on the group? Thanks


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