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Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by LuckyMan, Nov 27, 2021.
I’ve got an uncle who has a problem with making people not like him. So one time years ago someone busted through his gates into the field he was hunting in some kind of 4x4 doing donuts and stuff and he shot their back glass out.
I thought about this also. But could someone really be that ignorant to walk across someone else’s posted property in rifle season?
YES There are many that will
Is the land deeded in your name or are you leasing?
If the land is not in your name, then the land owner may know who it is. If it is in your name then they are trespasser's.
Yes realtors are like lawyers, most are like thieves
And no orange!
We hunters have a false belief that the vast majority of the population know or care about anything going on in the hunting community. In reality we are a very small portion of the population and most have no idea deer season is even happening.
Yes, this is my land. Not leasing, Definitely trespassing.
They should pass a law, castration, upon immediate, capture.
I'd say they're messing with you, that's definitely a close local. He knew you were not there, and also knew no one was hunting in the area.
He could be blood trailing a deer. He looks awfully interested in the ground or your food plot.
Could be hunting, ginseng, but probably looking for a 4 leaf clover, to have luck on getting out there
May be time to change your username!
He's scoping it out for a new solar or wind turbine farm!
Government is going to claim eminent Domain and pay penny's on the dollar.
I prefer cash and large bills.
Contact the landowners in the direction he was heading at 4:30pm. LEX instruments recorded readings around that time of winds out of the SW @ 16 with gusts at 24 and temp @ 50°F with wind chill of 44°F, probably colder upon your property. He was improperly dressed for such and probably heading back toward his point of origin, for it all. Holiday weekend, probably some Yankee guest having taken a stroll to clear his head by getting away from the big hillbilly gathering back on a neighboring farm, likely thinking the structure in the background was a hillbilly means of making a treehouse and the cheating feeder was part of a moonshine contraption operation. He is probably long gone back up in Yankeeville by now.
I expect payment within net 30 days and will apply interest and late charges thereafter.