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i've never had this happen but know peaple who have whatis the best way to deal with the sit below/sabotge your tree stand type

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  • i've never had this happen but know peaple who have whatis the best way to deal with the sit below/sabotge your tree stand type

    i've never had this happen but know peaple who have whatis the best way to deal with the sit below/sabotge your tree stand type antihunter (just want to be prepared)

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    I've heard of a guy who had the misfortune of an anti-hunter harassing him while deer hunting in a special season on a state park. He called the cops, and apparently it is against the law in some states to purposely sabotage a hunt/harass a hunter. The cop came out into the woods, and the guy either high-tailed it out of there or got a fine (I don't remember the details). I honestly don't know the laws in most states, but calling the cops would be the first thing I would do.

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    • #3
      Definitely against the law in Michigan - goes for hunters, fishermen, or trappers. Keep your cool and call the DNR or state wildlife service. Otherwise, get a good description of them and vehicle, license plate, and turn them in later. Good to have more than one place to hunt.

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      • #4
        Don't do anything (hard to do), but get on your cell phone and call police/game dept. It is against the law. If they want to leave follow and get license plate #. Me, I'd kick them in the teeth if I didn't have a phone.

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        • #5
          whip it out an pee on them??? LOL

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          • #6
            Like the others, call the DNR.

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            • #7
              I've never heard of this happening to anybody I know. Those folks don't fare to well in South Carolina. Good answer CPT BRAD!! I've only met one person that said they were a member of PETA. A waitress in a Waffle House were a lot of hunters go to eat after the hunt. She just kept talking about her views morning after morning and we always just sat there politely hoping she'd shut up. I heard that finally one morning one guy jumped up and yelled "if I give you $20 will you shut up". That got the manager's attention who apparently had been oblivious to this the whole time. He fired her. I don't know if that is exactly what happened but I do know I haven't seen her there since.

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              • #8
                Where I live in MI, if you call the DNR they might make it out within 10hrs. but probably not. Not any anti-hunters around, but way to many violators. The DNR would rather concentrate on the water for easier violations, rather than have to go pursue someone in the woods.

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                • #9
                  it is illlegal in all states, i agreee with Wallofsam DNR might make it in 10hrs, i would still call them, i also agree with CPT Brad.

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                  • #10
                    I know antis in NJ have been arrested for harrassing bear hunters. i would call the athorities. But you can only sit in a tree so long w/out relieving yourself.

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                    • #11
                      Pretty sure it's illegal to disrupt someones hunting in nebraska.

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                      • #12
                        Pretty sure it's illegal to disrupt someones hunting in nebraska.

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                        • #13
                          when he is not looking, pour/ throw some deer piss on him, he will leave

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                          • #14
                            Call the DNR!!!

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