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Stlrs4Life
11-26-2010, 12:16 PM
Good Luck to all PA/Ohio Hunters on Monday. Heading to camp now.

chacha
11-27-2010, 04:42 PM
:m16: Go get em and have fun!

theplatypus
11-27-2010, 05:04 PM
Good luck!

I went a couple weeks ago in Elberton GA and didn't see anything other than tracks and droppings.

Stu Pidasso
12-01-2010, 03:10 AM
Forgive me, I hate hunters with a passion. And it's not the hunting/killing part. It's the AZZHOLES that think they can trespass all over my back yard, despite YEARS of posting signs, calling the cops, I even ran an ad in the local paper to say the hell away! They think they can cut through my yard without permission, or they try to sneak past at 4am with 4 wheelers! Pricks.

My back yard is about 10 acres of open field, nestled right against a huge Game and fish preserve. Hunters like to set up shop right outside the fences and wait for the animals to come on over...

I do have a small child that likes to play in the back yard, (I mow a good 3 acres besides the field) and God help if anyone puts y son in danger. A few years ago, Me, my wife, and my son were on our back deck, and who should come up right behind our house in the middle of our yard, heading for the road was 2 hunters, dragging a bloody doe right behind them. My wife AND 3 year old son saw them, and started screaming and crying. WHAT THE FUUCCCKKKK am I supposed to do?

MACH1
12-01-2010, 09:32 AM
Forgive me, I hate hunters with a passion. And it's not the hunting/killing part. It's the AZZHOLES that think they can trespass all over my back yard, despite YEARS of posting signs, calling the cops, I even ran an ad in the local paper to say the hell away! They think they can cut through my yard without permission, or they try to sneak past at 4am with 4 wheelers! Pricks.

My back yard is about 10 acres of open field, nestled right against a huge Game and fish preserve. Hunters like to set up shop right outside the fences and wait for the animals to come on over...

I do have a small child that likes to play in the back yard, (I mow a good 3 acres besides the field) and God help if anyone puts y son in danger. A few years ago, Me, my wife, and my son were on our back deck, and who should come up right behind our house in the middle of our yard, heading for the road was 2 hunters, dragging a bloody doe right behind them. My wife AND 3 year old son saw them, and started screaming and crying. WHAT THE FUUCCCKKKK am I supposed to do?

If their on your property have them arrested for trespassing. Best make sure you have no hunting and/or trespassing signs up. If their not on your property then to bad.

chacha
12-01-2010, 06:31 PM
Forgive me, I hate hunters with a passion. And it's not the hunting/killing part. It's the AZZHOLES that think they can trespass all over my back yard, despite YEARS of posting signs, calling the cops, I even ran an ad in the local paper to say the hell away! They think they can cut through my yard without permission, or they try to sneak past at 4am with 4 wheelers! Pricks.

My back yard is about 10 acres of open field, nestled right against a huge Game and fish preserve. Hunters like to set up shop right outside the fences and wait for the animals to come on over...

I do have a small child that likes to play in the back yard, (I mow a good 3 acres besides the field) and God help if anyone puts y son in danger. A few years ago, Me, my wife, and my son were on our back deck, and who should come up right behind our house in the middle of our yard, heading for the road was 2 hunters, dragging a bloody doe right behind them. My wife AND 3 year old son saw them, and started screaming and crying. WHAT THE FUUCCCKKKK am I supposed to do?

well now that is scary if you got a kid and hunters are nearby. You gotta get a lot of high fencing around your place

Stu Pidasso
12-03-2010, 07:21 PM
If their on your property have them arrested for trespassing. Best make sure you have no hunting and/or trespassing signs up. If their not on your property then to bad.

I called the cops, but they ran, got their deer on the truck, and was gone by the time the cruiser came. We got the license plate, but the cop said once the truck hits the street, there's nothing they can do, it's my word against theirs that they were on my property. And yes, there's signs everywhere. Six of them along the road, right by where they like to park. and about a dozen more scattered around he grounds.

And there's no way I'm fencing in 12 acres of land.

SteelersinCA
12-03-2010, 08:55 PM
I called the cops, but they ran, got their deer on the truck, and was gone by the time the cruiser came. We got the license plate, but the cop said once the truck hits the street, there's nothing they can do, it's my word against theirs that they were on my property. And yes, there's signs everywhere. Six of them along the road, right by where they like to park. and about a dozen more scattered around he grounds.

And there's no way I'm fencing in 12 acres of land.

That's a lie, the cops are just being lazy. Imagine if it were a murder and you were the only witness; you really think they would say, "well shit once he hit the road there is nothing we can do?"

Get a gun and stand on your property until they get the message. Just don't shoot anyone.

floodcitygirl
12-04-2010, 12:18 AM
I totally respect anyone's right to protect their property and family. No one has the right to trespass. It must be difficult to have to deal with such disrespectful people.

I also appreciate a hunter's rights. I hate to see animals starving to death or being killed on the road, which also endangers people. Most of the hunters I have known are very respectful of people and property as well as being humane in the way they take an animal.

I personally enjoy venison. I like knowing that my food hasn't been pumped with hormones, etc.

Stu Pidasso
12-04-2010, 04:17 AM
That's a lie, the cops are just being lazy. Imagine if it were a murder and you were the only witness; you really think they would say, "well shit once he hit the road there is nothing we can do?"

Get a gun and stand on your property until they get the message. Just don't shoot anyone.

They told me to call the game warden.

MACH1
12-04-2010, 12:04 PM
They told me to call the game warden.

It's trespassing the game warden can't or won't do shit.

I agree with Flood. My second favorite thing to do is hunt/fish. I always, always ask for permission if things are posted and always respectful to the owners wishes and property. A lot of places I have the privilege to hunt on are posted and I don't have to ask permission anymore because they trust that I'm not going to trash the place or shoot farm animals, tractors, sprinkler pipes, houses, family members ect...And occasionally I'll stop and offer to share the bounty with the land owners.

There are a lot of ignorant people out there that ruin good things for the rest of us.

ricardisimo
12-04-2010, 02:08 PM
Myself, I'm a vegetarian, not so much because I like animals, but because I hate plants and think they should all be killed and eaten. That said, I would prefer that people who do eat meat either grow or hunt the beasts themselves. The meat industry is about as warped a version of reality as I can conceive.

However (yet another twist in this crooked post) these bozos sound more like the real-world version of gamers... stunted adults with little sense of responsibility or consequence. I say go after them.

MasterOfPuppets
12-04-2010, 02:20 PM
ric if we weren't meant to eat animals, then why are they made out of meat ?

floodcitygirl
12-04-2010, 04:02 PM
ric if we weren't meant to eat animals, then why are they made out of meat ?Now that's funny! :chuckle:

ricardisimo
12-04-2010, 05:07 PM
ric if we weren't meant to eat animals, then why are they made out of meat ?
They originally tried making them out of gummi, but it was simply too tasty, and it threw off all balance in the food chain.

BigRick
12-04-2010, 11:20 PM
I called the cops, but they ran, got their deer on the truck, and was gone by the time the cruiser came. We got the license plate, but the cop said once the truck hits the street, there's nothing they can do, it's my word against theirs that they were on my property. And yes, there's signs everywhere. Six of them along the road, right by where they like to park. and about a dozen more scattered around he grounds.

And there's no way I'm fencing in 12 acres of land.

If you have a good camera and time to do it, take pictures. Hard to beat visual proof. As a hunter I can say people who do this are not true sportsmen. :tt03:

SteelersinCA
12-06-2010, 02:42 AM
Like I said, cop being lazy.

Whodis
12-08-2010, 12:30 PM
How did everyone hunting make out? My Pa tags are filled from archery 8pt & a doe .... Hunting MD deer now