Not a problem at all to tell you. It was opening day and shooting started at 0900. At about daybreak, my son and I paddled into a small opening that we intended to set up in. I could see that there was someone already along the far side pulled in. I told my boy that we'll just sit tight for a minute until I can decide where to move to. Not a big deal. Before we could move, they shouted "Don't even think of hunting here" followed by "If you don't move we're gonna F*****ing shoot". This is the first time...ever...that I have run across this. Ever. We moved to a different spot. After we got set up, about 1030, the state and federal wardens pulled up to our spot, checked us out, talked with my son and asked how things were going. I told them about what had happened earlier. They were visibly disgusted and asked if I could put them onto this group. I gave them directions into their locale and they headed directly there. They were close enough that I could hear the wardens shut down when they came up to their rig. They were there at least 45 minutes before leaving. Immediately after, these guys pulled their decoys, fired up their motor and left. Since, there has been a visible presence of these wardens. Both on the water and off. We have since changed up how we go about things so we don't run into clowns like this again. Also, dfrauenkron: I don't agree with your assessment. Respectfully sir, go fish steelhead in Michigan if you like the crowds. It's nice to enjoy hunting. Have a good evening....Mauser
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