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  • ROGERSANCHEZROGERSANCHEZ Posts: 312 Deckhand
    That's crazy. He's VERY mild tempered and seems like a good kid. If that would have been some of the guys I know, that guy with the air horn would've been in trouble, haha!


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  • sknight88sknight88 Posts: 323 Officer
    wow, why bother...
  • binellishtrbinellishtr Posts: 8,797 Admiral
    only comment I have is more n more we loose places to hunt 24/7 and this is the result!
  • Skunk ApeSkunk Ape Posts: 3,855 Captain
    Looks like Croom on any given day
  • vitamin_dvitamin_d Posts: 85 Greenhorn
    Did you see his 2nd video? I don't know which one would annoy me more - the air horn guy or the group of trespassers.
  • flydownflydown Posts: 6,464 Admiral
    Lord, I apologize for every evil hearted muttering when my buddy drove up on me during a turkey hunt a couple years ago. I promise to never say another cross word if you promise to never deliver me to Pennsylvania!
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  • PinkIndian321PinkIndian321 Posts: 489 Deckhand
    I HATE OUTLAWS!
  • BowtechGen3BowtechGen3 Altoona, FlPosts: 778 Officer
    WOW that is absoulutly Crazy
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  • huntmstrhuntmstr Posts: 6,290 Admiral
    NE PA is insane with hunters. The proximity to Philly, and the sheer number of people in the area combined with the short gun season makes it tough to find uncrowded ground. I've hunted up there once and I won't go back. Western PA is better, but the folks there are just as poorly behaved and probably a little crazier when it comes to safety, especially when you get closer to Pittsburgh. And just like here in FL, their Game & Fish agency is severely under budgeted and under staffed to patrol effectively.
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  • deerfootdeerfoot Posts: 493 Deckhand
    That would have been my last trip there after I laid out 50 lbs of simplex nails in his driveway!!!!!!
  • GRIZZLGRIZZL Posts: 808 Officer
    Does the LANDOWNER allow these neighbor's access to the Land??? If it were me and the hunting was decent, I'd offer the landowner a few bucks to sign a lease agreement giving me authority to monitor and enforce LEASE rights and access to the land...

    Once I have that authority, assuming these clowns don't have written permission..game on...

    That AIR HORN thing can be used both ways..like at 2AM outside that residence. But really..this video shows HUNTER HARASSMENT..use it against them
  • Derek ArsuaDerek Arsua Posts: 2,474 Officer
    That's amazing seems just about like Corbett only it's a buggy crashing thru the still hunt area with the people yelling and radio bumping. I know some of us on here know his pain.
  • binellishtrbinellishtr Posts: 8,797 Admiral
    your lucky buggys go in the overgrown still hunt,non rotational area...otherwise you'd never be able to walk in there.

    Still produces more deer then any other management area
  • Skunk ApeSkunk Ape Posts: 3,855 Captain
    I had a chance to bow hunt N West Pa 20 some years ago and it was awesome. Seen a ton of deer everyday and nobody in the woods. My buddy who brought me up there decided to go bac k for the gun opener. He said he got in the back of a truck with 10 other guys before daylight and got dropped off at a stand. As soon as it got light he said deer came running from everywhere and it sounded like the start of a war. Within an hour he said he seen dozens of guys wearing plaid suits driving the deer. He managed to get a buck but said he'd never go back again. That's how they hunt up there.
  • Turner River TerrorTurner River Terror Posts: 6,896 Admiral
    Couple years back FWC chopped off a big chunk of the Dog /hunt Section up in Blackwater.
    First morning I sat in one of the Bottoms about 15 Dog Hunters got out with Airhorns and set up Standers and did a Drive right by me on foot.:shrug
    I had heard the Horns a good part of the morning from far away and It sounded pretty strange not knowing what the heck that weird noise was till they all walked under me blowing them Boat Emergency Horns and banging Pans together.:willynilly
    Once I figured what they were doing I stood up and got ready to Wingshoot.
    I ain't letting any Buck run by without taking a shot.
    Didn't work for any of us but I still got a good story to tell...:grin
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  • bgeorgebgeorge Plant City FLPosts: 1,634 Captain
    I have hunted western PA between Erie and Pittsburgh on the opening of guns season for the last 31 years. In all that time I have only missed one season. I have never had people with air horns and such but I have never hunted a small strip of land between two developments that are sure to have people who see a deer as pets. Big difference between PA and FL is many people do hunt. They just recently stopped giving the first day of gun season (always on a Monday) off from public school. If you are on non-posted land or public ground you are likely to see someone else. We have land there and choose not to post it. Each year the same old man wanders down a trail mid-morning. We are glad to see him still at it. We also hunt surrounding public ground. People are there and so are the deer. PA harvest is around 350,000 deer of which around 275,000 are from the two week gun season. A few years back they change the antler restrictions to 3 on one side as a minimum so the days of sounding like a war zone have turned to a skirmish. Got me thinking of next year already.
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  • JRussellJRussell Posts: 1,411 Officer
    your lucky buggys go in the overgrown still hunt,non rotational area...otherwise you'd never be able to walk in there.

    Still produces more deer then any other management area

    Idk I don't have any problems walking in there where the buggys haven't been...or on any other WMA's that don't even allow buggies.

    Do you have troubles walking in the woods if its not on a buggy trail?
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  • JRussellJRussell Posts: 1,411 Officer
    ...and that does look like Corbett, just with less people lol
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  • gritsnhuntin1gritsnhuntin1 Posts: 1,044 Officer
    JRussell wrote: »
    ...and that does look like Corbett, just with less people lol
    Looks like leon moss on opening morning!
  • PalmettoKidPalmettoKid Posts: 847 Officer
    I have hunted NW PA for the past 13 seasons. It is heaven compared to romp-n-stomp FL WMAs. Apples to oranges.
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    Ok so i hunted florida for my first time yesterday and have to say i was really disappointed.
  • a little knotsa little knots Posts: 1,222 Officer
    That's crazy. He's VERY mild tempered and seems like a good kid. If that would have been some of the guys I know, that guy with the air horn would've been in trouble, haha!


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  • eazy89eazy89 Posts: 140 Officer
    I'm sure that will be florida in the future someday. I sure hope not
  • mccrackermccracker Posts: 354 Deckhand
    Nobody has mentioned the guys little caption at the end of his video. "I called the PA game commission 3 times this week and the only thing they said was they had no one to send out!" I guess LE has trouble getting officers out to take care of problems just like this everywhere...
  • bgeorgebgeorge Plant City FLPosts: 1,634 Captain
    Where I hunt in PA, LE is a regular sight. Have not gone a season without seeing them. As an out of state person we get looked at twice. Many people try to get out of paying for non resident license. At $102 for small game, spring and fall turkey and gun season deer, it is a good deal compared to other States.
    The man who moves a mountain begins by carrying away small stones. Hopefully the next man is not dropping his stones on the mountain you are trying to move.
  • FloridaODFloridaOD Posts: 3,456 Captain
    bgeorge wrote: »
    I have hunted western PA between Erie and Pittsburgh on the opening of guns season for the last 31 years. In all that time I have only missed one season. I have never had people with air horns and such but I have never hunted a small strip of land between two developments that are sure to have people who see a deer as pets. Big difference between PA and FL is many people do hunt. They just recently stopped giving the first day of gun season (always on a Monday) off from public school. If you are on non-posted land or public ground you are likely to see someone else. We have land there and choose not to post it. Each year the same old man wanders down a trail mid-morning. We are glad to see him still at it. We also hunt surrounding public ground. People are there and so are the deer. PA harvest is around 350,000 deer of which around 275,000 are from the two week gun season. A few years back they change the antler restrictions to 3 on one side as a minimum so the days of sounding like a war zone have turned to a skirmish. Got me thinking of next year already.

    Worth repeating!....Florida's Public Hunting Land preservation program based in part on long established conservation/hunt history "up North".

    Perhaps we could start a thread highlighting Florida lands that coulda' / shoulda' gone to state land purchase/WMA but instead went to development........
    Hunters are present yet relatively uncommon in Florida :wink
  • Panhandler80Panhandler80 Posts: 8,093 Moderator
    That guy has a lot more patience than me and an entirely better attitude. Good for him.
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  • micci_manmicci_man Somewhere in FLPosts: 13,502 AG
    That guy has a lot more patience than me and an entirely better attitude. Good for him.

    ^^^^^^
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  • MRichardsonMRichardson Posts: 9,327 Admiral
    I wouldn't have handled that nearly as well.
    I have never seen live bones, but I know that they are often used by rich people to decorate the interior.
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