Blackfoot Inc wrote:
Curious though, did you move in on them?
And just get there before they did
cyber_scouter wrote:I'm always up for a good fight, but didn't feel like fighting in the middle of the river at 6 am. .
I always carry a small rape horn. If the sole of my sportsman's warehouse waders doesn't cause them to leave, i promptly blow my horn and scream frantically "RAPE"!!! Then i shoot everyone's knee caps then call the cops.
move in on them?? Really? It doesn't matter weather they have hunted there every day of the last five seasons, CS was there first and therefore had every right to the spot.Blackfoot Inc wrote:Cyber, let me first start by saying I believe permanent blinds should not be allowed on public land, period, nor are they needed. Hunters take ownership of that location after spending time building them and should also take responsibility for trash cleanup too, we have all at one time or another had this confrontation with A-Holes who do this.
However, 60 days into the season most have settled into a select few locations we hunt. Which leads to the question did "you move in on them" I know the spot your talking about from the volume of shots that ring out throughout the valley almost each morning, it's not a secret that they've been hunting there all season. More of a ethical question...did you move in on them? And I know it's public land.
For the last thirty days I've been crushing mallards,but in order to protect this spot I have limited the exposure by when I hunt it, where I park, and most of all how many shots I shoot as not to draw attention to the area. Still I watch as truck after truck (many of which i recognize) search. At some point I'll have this same confrontation with a hunter who has moved in on me, if they have the resources to get there.
Gabe1Davis wrote:I ran into this one time hunting some nice state land...the best thing you can do is this:
chill out. its just hunting dude. its not worth getting yourself all pissed off and stressed over, your supposed to hunt to have fun. another time I was hunting some private land and the landowner gave multiple permission. I woke up early and beat the guys out, but they tried to set up on the other side of the field...so I just asked them if instead of working against each other, we should just set up and have better results. I didnt want to hunt with them, but I didnt want to have them flagging against me on the other side of the field. so we set up together and did alright.
so next weekend, get up early and do it again. its public land man, its just part of it. If worst comes to worst, try to hunt it on a weekday or a time they arent there.
Blackfoot Inc wrote:However, 60 days into the season most have settled into a select few locations we hunt. Which leads to the question did "you move in on them" I know the spot your talking about from the volume of shots that ring out throughout the valley almost each morning, it's not a secret that they've been hunting there all season. More of a ethical question...did you move in on them? And I know it's public land.
flashman252 wrote:A little off topic but cyber... Are you admitting to scouting with a car and using up gas and not with a computer???? .
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