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While scouting on government land you find flagging tape marking trails to stand locations. Do you leave it or consider the flag

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  • Mark-O
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    If I'm Scouting, like the question says, that's well before the season starts. I'd look at the flagging and if it looks like its been there for a bit of time (a month or more), I remove it as though it was trash.
    You'd be surprised how much of this crap I find in the woods. And, much of the stuff used is surveyor's tape. That stuff is not biodegradable, in fact, its designed to be darn near indestructible.

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  • www.dropjhook.com
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    If it was along a trail I would leave it, if there's a bunch in one area that might be the works of shed hunters marking where they found a shed & where they already looked for the matching shed. I do remove the shed hunting flags, you will notice the difference the shed hunting flags are near or right in the animals bedding area. Makes me wonder what happen to the traditional way of remembering your way by paying attention & remembering the trees!

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  • Cgull
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    I remove em, then replace in a loop away from the area.

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  • mesarich
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    If I did not put it up I would not want to take it down. Some hunter may have a problem finding his stand without it. That said, after the season the hunter who put it out should come back and pick it up.

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  • While scouting on government land you find flagging tape marking trails to stand locations. Do you leave it or consider the flag

    While scouting on government land you find flagging tape marking trails to stand locations. Do you leave it or consider the flagging tape litter and remove it?

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