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This is why I fish..........I would have a complete conipshin fit if I had to deal with that crap!
Wow... Someone was having a really bad day, I started hunting a few years ago and haven't had a problem.... yet :/I have seen some BS while out Pheasant hunting in MA. I witnessed an old timer point his shotgun at another hunter over who shot a bird, that happened when I was 12 and my dad was like if someone ever does that just give them the bird. Life lesson # 213, a game animal is not worth losing a life over.
i just saw at dicks these security cases that you use cables and a lock to keep them safe .. they are 20 bucks .. thinking bout picking up a few and carving F*&k you into themJeeziz there really is no place safe from these thieves and vandals huh? a**h***s.
I don't even want to buy a trail cam if it's just going to get stolen/ smashed. [sad2]
You should have killed them all and fed them to the pigs.I had to get hunters out of my property before because they were at my back door. They threatened me, called me names and said they will be back.. they havent been back but i have been waiting..
It does seem they came back and stole a tree stand. But i cant watch my back yard all at one time.
Maybe they will leave you a photo so you can see who it is..
+1 its not worth having a "hunting accident" over a pissing match with some A**HOLEHunter Harassment
Hunter harassment is against state law. Report violations to the Mass. Environmental Police (800) 632-8075 or to state or local police. Be prepared to provide a description of violators and/or a description and license plate number of the car.
My advice about hunting public land is don't be lazy!!
Most hunters will scout the open woods, find some sign, and set up shop. They wont put their boots through the grindstone. By that I mean do some serious trekking through the nastiest of nastys. You WILL find yourself all alone with no pressure from other hunters.
Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't the population of hunters decreasing? Maine has experienced a decrease in hunting license sales over the past 12ish years, not a huge decrease but still a decrease. That leads me to believe the population of hunters is not increasing but rather changing from respectful decent people to a bunch of a**h***s... but that's just me.It's called population growth, fellas.
Hunters aren't the only people living in New England...Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't the population of hunters decreasing? Maine has experienced a decrease in hunting license sales over the past 12ish years, not a huge decrease but still a decrease. That leads me to believe the population of hunters is not increasing but rather changing from respectful decent people to a bunch of a**h***s... but that's just me.