Discussion in 'Bowhunting Talk' started by Bowhunting.com Staff, Apr 19, 2016.
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POS stealing from those of us that buy a license and follow the rules.
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The last couple are great. Collective IQ's of about 77 in each vehicle and outstanding gun safety as well.
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It just makes me sad to see kids getting introduced to that at a young age.My Dad would skin me alive if I ever poached.
That is how my dad shoots all his deer. Right out the window, but he has done alright.
I hope he is doing that from his own property, otherwise being crippled is no excuse to poach from the road and/or a vehicle. I couldn't care less how someone hunts on their own land but poaching is poaching if he's following the example of the fools in that video then I hope he gets nailed.
If he's hunting from a truck on his property then...nice job.
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Why is it that most of those fools are driving Chevy or GMC. I can't tell for sure what the little gold truck is and the last one is a Ford but is also jacked up like the stereotypical dufas redneckmobile. I'm sensing a pattern...
Every one of them is within a mile of our farm on our property or where he has permission to hunt from the landowner. And he uses a 97 Bonneville not a truck for his deer hunting vehicle haha
and meant to say but he has done "it right" not alright darn autocorrect
My dad, back when he was still able to get out and hunt but after his health was already getting poor, shot many a deer from his truck window while sitting back in the hidey hole lane ways on our farm. There are many who will argue against it but for many that's the best way they can still enjoy the experience so I was perfectly fine with it as long as he wasn't driving the roads and poaching off other peoples property. I say big deal...
That's a totally different thing than what's shown in the video though, at least in my mind. That's just inexcusable.
Need to design a decoy that shoots back.
I think with a handicap permit in some states it is legal to hunt from a vehicle. http://files.dnr.state.mn.us/rlp/regulations/hunting/2015/full_regs.pdf#view=fit&pagemode=bookmarks Page 25. If it is within the law I have no problem with someone hunting that way if it is the only way for them to take part.
How's the old saying go? There but for the grace of God, go I.
That being said, I should add, the guys in the video were nothing but a bunch of pukes. Hope they got what's coming to them. Of course, losing their hunting privileges probably wouldn't stop them from being right back out there the day after they are in court.
I sure hope this was over a period of months and not days or weeks.
I was just watching a hunting show last night that had DVR'd earlier this week, Beyond Rubicon maybe(?), I want to say they were in New Mexico. One of the guys kids was allowed to shoot from the vehicle due to a physical problem with his legs. Both boys were quite young and the child without a handicap was shooting a Mission and he walked and stalked and I think took a deer at almost 40 yds.
The thing that made it get "dusty" in my house and caused my eyes to leak a bit is when the boy shot his from the truck with a xbow and it came time to trail it. Two foot of snow and the Dad carried his son on his back the whole time.
Stupid, Dumb and Pathetic!!
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