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What are the most potentially hazardous things you have in your hunting area?

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  • #16
    Where I live we have an influx of townie's from the evil DC that have no business in the woods let alone carrying a gun or bow. That gets pretty scary at times

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    • #17
      well you didn't specify hazardous to whom , so I'LL say it's them damn house cats again people just let roam where they please. lol

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Brian Armstrong View Post
        Ive found that here in Southeast Oklahoma, besides disease carrying mosquitoes, that the bottoms are infested with Cotton Mouths, Copper Heads, and [email protected]#$ poachers. I find more trespasser sign than I do turkey sign.
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        Some of the 'hunters' from NYC who think they know it all; lime ticks (yes, I've had the disease!); rattlesnakes; copperheads; black bears that are too acclimated to humans and their garbage (I tried to scare one away a month ago, but he didn't like it...he bluff charged me, and I gave it right back to him. So he ran away a few feet, and came right back again)...!!

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        • #19
          From what I understand, although on the decline, Lyme's carrying deer ticks. Really prevalent here in Pa. Another is illegal hunters. Too many hunters that don't respect private property and then get hotheaded and an attitude when you call them out on it.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by officerdom1987 View Post
            From what I understand, although on the decline, Lyme's carrying deer ticks. Really prevalent here in Pa. Another is illegal hunters. Too many hunters that don't respect private property and then get hotheaded and an attitude when you call them out on it.
            I just heard that Lyme disease can be sexually transmitted. Nothing is sacred anymore.

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