deltahunter wrote:Look at his name. He's probably one of those idiots with a crew that has no respect for what others have built. Sure you're within your rights to use those blinds. But that doesn't make it right. The delta is plenty big enough without having to do something stupid like that. And the to come here and encourage others to do the same just reinforces what I said on another thread. We'd all be better off if you just stayed home
It always seem the people who have the blinds in the Delta are the people who say something like this.
I hunt the delta a lot and choose not to build a blind. I hunt out of a boat. Now there are a lot of times my hunting spots or places I like hunt have a huge floater in or near them that never had. I have been hunting the delta for years and cant stand when new floaters go in all my favorite hunting spots. Eventually it gets really annoying getting pushed out of spots you have hunted since a kid. You say respect for what others have built? I say have some respect or the fact its a PUBLIC area, YOU DONT OWN IT!
Here is a question for you guys that think its bad of us to hunt someone else's floater.
If I DON'T go into "someone else's blind they built" but hunt 40 yards next to it in my boat and I am there first, and then the "blind maker" gets there after I get the boat set up and put out a few decoys will he turn around and not hunt that day because he is close to me now???
he will get into his hotel blind and continue to try and get me to leave. This is why you guys in the floaters have a bad rep and that is why I will continue to hunt in them whenever I please. IMO the state should not allow floaters anywhere besides Franks where they regulate them.
Happens daily on Sherman Island and other places on the delta.
I actually have never really had a bad run in hunting someone's floater when I choose to. I always leave it the way I found it, but then again I hunt mostly on weekdays.