waveslider wrote:jdinid wrote:Chalk it up to the current sense of entitlement, a general lack of respect for others and sheer ignorance.
Or duck dynasty....
jdinid wrote:waveslider wrote:jdinid wrote:Chalk it up to the current sense of entitlement, a general lack of respect for others and sheer ignorance.
Or duck dynasty....
I don't think it's that simple. The behaviors exhibited cross many lines in our culture. I can't blame DD for the rafters who swing into the hole I'm fishing to wait for the rest of them, the garbage I pick up on the bank every year, or the guy playing with his handgun while I'm downrange. Douchey, ignorant behavior has existed for time eternal but I've seen an increase over the last few years.
Brandon_Rad wrote:This year I was hunting deep in a bay and shot a mallard and walked out to retrieve it and I heated a boat going across the water. I look up and there is a guy on the front with a shotgun and a guy driving right towards a group of Canadians. They didn't stop but sped up and fired away. I've never been so pissed off before. It was a rough day because of that
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gillnetter_007 wrote:Interesting seeing everyones comments. This was the second time these individuals ruined a hunt. I confronted them the first time with no results. What recommendations (legal ones) do you have to make it so miserable for them that they avoid hunting in the location while I am hunting? The location they hunt is a very small, and supposedly a private piece of land on the Boise river. It's so small, that they can only use this one spot to hunt. I've come up with two options. Since they are in my line of fire and 150-200 yards down river, let them get peppered by a bird I shoot at, or take out the john boat, set up right in front of their blind, and blocking them from a opportunity to hunt. The first option is a dangerous and the second is may be childish, but the issue itself lacks morals and ethics of respecting your fellow hunter.
blackrock wrote:Have to agree, it's sad to say but these kind of bagsniffs exist in most sports, activities and walks of life. From the rude snowboarders cursing in front of my kids to guys tramping in when you're fishing streams. Some of the absolute worst I've run across are elk hunting. You get used to these kind of people in parking lots, but I guess what really bothers us is when you run across this when you're really trying to enjoy the sunrise, the solitude and watch the marsh or river come to life as we chase a few ducks!
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