waveslider wrote:If you are someone that shoots after shooting time and you come back to find 4 flat tires on your rig. You might as well look me up because I'm probably the person that did it. No sense in hiding it, that's just how serious I am about the whole thing.
That's a good start, but maybe the word "POACHER" keyed into the tailgate in large letters as well so you can know who it is in the future.
I live near enough to the the river I hear it almost everyday. Enough to piss off the pope.
rookie20011 wrote:Ill fix my own post.
How is damaging property any better or make u a better person then these guys?
waveslider wrote:To each his own. But in my world, I'm quite content to slash tires and scribble poacher in the back of their tailgate. What the hell happened to personal responsibility? It always makes me laugh when people say "OH that makes us look bad" or "There are systems in place to deal with that..." Exactly, the system of breaking out windows, slashing tires and writing poaching on their truck. Which looks bad, shooting after hours or slashing tires as retribution?
Man, when I screwed up as a kid, there were consequences and calling the cops was the least of your worries. Why is it that when we grow up and become men we decide to sub-contract all the enforcement and justifcation out other people? Who don't do it very well for that matter.
If I was caught slahing someone's tires becuase they were shooting after hours, I would gladly (and proudly) own up to it and say exactly what it was about.
I'm not advocating running around "guessing" about who's car is who's but if its cut and dried, your stuff is getting ganked. Sorry, I'm not interested in letting the "system" deal with it and I certainly don't think it makes me look the least bit bad. A couple of you sound a little worried, like maybe you've taken a poke or 2 after shooting time. I hope you are. Because after the first couple of episodes of people getting their tires slashed for shooting late, guess what happens- people stop doing it.
So, you guys can hang back and wait for someone to show up and handle it, I'll be the one slashing tires.
cutm Jack wrote:Is this a joke... It's sounds like you people don't care about this idiots breaking the law. I've hunted almost 75 days of waterfowl season for the last 5 years and seen one Game Warden that whole time. You really think they even give two shits about ducks and geese? NO, they only care about busting people poaching elk, deer, and salmon. So if street justice is how things need to play out then so be it. I know a good ass kicking or slashing is gonna weigh on the mind a lot more than a 100$ ticket. BTW road hunting may not be illegal but anyone that does it is a joke. I could have shot a huge drake pintail off the road today but karma is a bitch. I just don't get it. How can they even be fun or sporting???
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