Poaching near knob state forest

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  1. Bummed

    Bummed Fawn

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    I called the number for our game warden yesterday it connected me to ksp they got my name and number and what was going on and they said they was going to give the info to the game warden so he could call me back
     
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    Invite the game warden to your property, having a very nice lunch prepared for just the two of you, taking that time to get to personally know one another.
     
  3. Bummed

    Bummed Fawn

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    That’s sounds to much like a date haha I’ll let him come look at the deer tell him what happened
     
  4. HuntressOfLight

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    Lololol...., well, presuming that your GW is a man, it is very good to know you don't like men in that way... Seriously, though, you should ask your wife to have something nice to eat on hand and offer it. Regardless of whether your GW accepts, such will go a long way toward making a good impression, and not only will it be appreciated, it will also be positively remembered, which is what you desire.
     
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    ^^^... otherwise known as Southern hospitality, and/or proper etiquette. Imagine that your GW constantly deals with multitudes of frustrating people and disgusting situations. Change of pace is memorable.
     
  6. Feedman

    Feedman Cyber-Hunter

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    I shivered when I read this.
    I will meet with the GW. Offer him a water Gatorade or tea maybe even a beer but fixing him a meal is just a little too weird
     
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    Unless there’s candles. Candles would make it less awkward.
     
  8. HuntressOfLight

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    Maybe such is simply because you are a man. I do not know, but it is well known that one way to a man's good graces is through a tummy full of delicious food. I would not suggest preparing venison for the GW, under these particular circumstances, though.
     
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    Grandmaw smoking crawdads
     
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  11. Grago

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    Thats his job you pay their salary The ones around here do a good job I had a friend that had someone dump some ,garbage on his land Dumb azzes left a pill bottle in it with their name on it he called the sheriff didnt even come out called the GW asked if he could do anything was there in less than an hour he went to their house and gave them 2 days to pick it up next day they picked it up i would have thought it would have been a littering violation but never heard anymore about it
     
  12. HuntressOfLight

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    See? Should have made the Sherrif a nice meal.
     
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    Neither my mother nor grandmother ever messed with crawdaddies, within the kitchen or creek, and so I never learned to make them, but I have had them, once, and they were really good. My great grandmother, that might very well be another story, being that she used to ring chickens' necks, before cleaning them and making meals, so I have been told. I would not have wished to have seen that. They referred to me as Ellie Mae Clampett, instead, simply due to my love for all critters.
     
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  14. Grago

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    He will probably be reminded of it next election.
     
  15. HuntressOfLight

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    Maybe, maybe not. I was simply brought up to offer nice refreshments to those in which I invite to my properties, regardless of whether they be governmental officials or skilled laborers. When the utility line workers recently performed work here, I offered them warm drinks and refreshments, even though I never invited them to trim the trees. It is simply common courtesy, as well as wise. Those mentioned line workers are now going to be performing additional tree work here, in the future, upon my request and at no charge. ;)
     

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