09-27-2008, 01:16 PM
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B&C 100 Class
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Join Date: Nov 2007
| | Dealt with this as well
My family owns a 70 acre tract of land that is surrounded by old growth thicket. Many hunters would come and sit on the border of our property or maybe 50 yards into our woods. We found several of their blinds/stands that mysteriously were no longer in the same place when they came back for em....
Also, after the problem continued, we lead local game wardens to their blinds early in the morning so the trespassers had a surprise when they got there. Keep in mind too...in several states, hunters have to carry a permission slip to hunt any land that is not their own...so even if they are not on your property but on the border or just inside their hunting area, a warden can issue a ticket for them not having proof of permission. This can discourage them from messing with you too much....
Irish Spring Soap can also help to make their hunting very uneventful.