quackadikt wrote:Decoys don't hold a spot. Period. If you aren't there but your decoys are when I get there, I'm hunting there and your decoys will probably be sitting in a pretty pile on the bank. Get your ass up and get to where you want to hunt. Otherwise, take what's leftover. It's the same as permanent blinds on public land that the "owner" doesn't want anyone else to hunt.
Back for more wrote:What's the difference ? If people don't put them out the night before they will just be getting up early, setting them up and go sleep in their truck. Just depends if people want to chance leaving their stuff. I have put them out the night before but then again I only live minutes away
Also if it's public land that permits use for hunting , how is setting up the night before wrong? If the land is for duck hunting wouldn't the act of putting decoys be a part of that? Just sounds like the early bird getting the worm and the late one maD.
Don't get me wrong I do get what your saying. Maybe we need to use the system like at bitter lakes. An automatic gate that opens at a certain time and no entry prior.
jayclarkie wrote:I'd call every applicable law enforcement agency...game and fish, blm, sheriff, state po po...get as much info about dude as possible...plate number, etc. and watch him get charged with impeding my lawful taking of game. I'm not very confrontational. But I'm damn tenacious and quite spiteful when I wanna be.
Public lands should not be used for profit by a few selfish guides.
KHerbst wrote:For "Matt the Dentist" to leave his airboat in plane sight in attemtp to scare DA's birds is not illegal and local law enforcement would not give you enough time to get the sentence out before telling you to buzz off. They have better things to do than regulate turf wars over ducks.
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