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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 12-13-2010, 08:43 AM
 
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YUP,,, Report them!!!!!

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post #12 of 14 (permalink) Old 12-13-2010, 10:08 AM
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Thanks for the input. I called the number for the wildlife crimes hotline on the back of my license and reported te in ident and gave them the info I had.

Better yet whentelling a lady at my church about the n indecent she says "I didn't know you hunted" and makes a phone call to her elderly parents who give me permission to use their land 160 acres to hunt. I have permission to develop green fields build blinds manage herd. Land hasn't been hunted since they bought it 20 years back. But is in a good area for deer in West Kansas.
Good things happening!! I love it when you can find some unhunted land that you are able to work with.. That could be a golden find and a future honey hole. Congrats on that.

Im also tipping my hat to you for reporting them.. I would've been tempted to take out their truck tires while they using the wheel barrel to get their deer.. You did the right thing.. Dont know how calm I would have handled that..
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Good things happening!! I love it when you can find some unhunted land that you are able to work with.. That could be a golden find and a future honey hole. Congrats on that.

Im also tipping my hat to you for reporting them.. I would've been tempted to take out their truck tires while they using the wheel barrel to get their deer.. You did the right thing.. Dont know how calm I would have handled that..
So this brings up another question. I amanning on going to this property and finding a clear field dropping a couple hundred pounds of corn in the middle and setting up a ground blind on the edge in some cover for the quick 4 to 6 hunts I will be able to make in the extended Doe season to start the new year.
What can I do now to prepare for next year I will be building shooting houses on the property but how long before the season should I do that.
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post #14 of 14 (permalink) Old 12-14-2010, 02:07 PM
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time permitting the sooner you can get stands up the better.its never to early especially if you have to do alot of trimming.
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