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    I got a couple of property line hunters by my house.....I'm about to go park my truck by their property line feeder!
    Unfortunately, people set themselves of for conflict every damn day!
    \"I never saw a wild thing feel sorry for itself. A small bird will drop dead frozen from a bough without ever having felt sorry for itself.\" <br />D.H. LAWRENCE

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    I have scouted a ND location until dark and when I showed up to hunt the next morning there was a no trespass sign with a 5 gallon bucket. We call them guide buckets. They see you watching a hole and screw you. Always have plan B.
    Either write things worth reading, or do things worth writing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calibogue View Post
    I got a couple of property line hunters by my house.....I'm about to go park my truck by their property line feeder!
    Unfortunately, people set themselves of for conflict every damn day!

    Be sure you put a camera on your truck.
    Either write things worth reading, or do things worth writing.

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    Be careful with parking your truck near their feeder. You might be setting yourself up with interfering with their hunt!

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    My question this whole time is: the land owner kept talking about how he seen the dude in the blind scouting the day before and if he had talked to him they couldíve hunted together and ďwouldíve had a spread there to thereĒ why didnít he ride over and speak to the guys he knew were gonna be hunting? If I were in the land owners position scouting the afternoon before and seen someone watching the birds I was planning to hunt (especially on my land) I wouldíve wanted to speak with the guys.
    A fish bites 2 times a day, right before I get to the water, and as soon as my boat gets back on the trailer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricequacker View Post
    Be careful with parking your truck near their feeder. You might be setting yourself up with interfering with their hunt!
    You can go where the fuck you want to on your own land

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportin' Woodies View Post
    You can go where the fuck you want to on your own land
    That's what Jeffrey Erman thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportin' Woodies View Post
    You can go where the fuck you want to on your own land
    Say it louder for the people in the back.

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    Either write things worth reading, or do things worth writing.

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    I would have whipped his ass in front of my son and used it as a teaching moment


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    Quote Originally Posted by SpottailSpecialist View Post
    My question this whole time is: the land owner kept talking about how he seen the dude in the blind scouting the day before and if he had talked to him they couldíve hunted together and ďwouldíve had a spread there to thereĒ why didnít he ride over and speak to the guys he knew were gonna be hunting? If I were in the land owners position scouting the afternoon before and seen someone watching the birds I was planning to hunt (especially on my land) I wouldíve wanted to speak with the guys.
    Because everyone wants to be a badass nowadays so they set up confrontation instead reaching a resolution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpottailSpecialist View Post
    My question this whole time is: the land owner kept talking about how he seen the dude in the blind scouting the day before and if he had talked to him they couldíve hunted together and ďwouldíve had a spread there to thereĒ why didnít he ride over and speak to the guys he knew were gonna be hunting? If I were in the land owners position scouting the afternoon before and seen someone watching the birds I was planning to hunt (especially on my land) I wouldíve wanted to speak with the guys.
    Since he didn't show up with his grandson, he wasn't planning on hunting it that morning. He wanted to save it for another day and prohibit anyone else from hunting it.

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