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My Huntin' Area Just Got A little Stickier

 
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Old 09-24-2009, 10:09 AM
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My Huntin' Area Just Got A little Stickier

While I was down in NM some one decided to grow a couple of million dollars of MJ in my huntin area.

There guys were well armed as said by the pics from a game cam.

Looks like I'll want to consider changing some equipment.

  • Trade the camo for the ghilli suit
  • Trade the XD-9 Sub Compact for the Sig 556 w/folding stock.
  • Trade the blue and red bivey for a camo one.
  • Get a helmet to go under the boonie cap.
Any thing else any one can suggest.

Here's the link: Bingham County Residents React to One of the Biggest Drug Busts in their Own Backyards - KPVI NEWS 6: Pocatello, Idaho Falls-Weather, Sports, News-
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Old 09-24-2009, 10:46 AM
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Re: My Huntin' Area Just Got A little Stickier

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While I was down in NM some one decided to grow a couple of million dollars of MJ in my huntin area.

There guys were well armed as said by the pics from a game cam.

Looks like I'll want to consider changing some equipment.

  • Trade the camo for the ghilli suit
  • Trade the XD-9 Sub Compact for the Sig 556 w/folding stock.
  • Trade the blue and red bivey for a camo one.
  • Get a helmet to go under the boonie cap.
Any thing else any one can suggest.

Here's the link: Bingham County Residents React to One of the Biggest Drug Busts in their Own Backyards - KPVI NEWS 6: Pocatello, Idaho Falls-Weather, Sports, News-

Look out for some very happy animals !

The same thing happened to me on a fishing trip when I had to relieve my self and got out
on the bank and stepped into a big field of M J .

Discretion being the better part of valor "I Got the hell out of there".

My recommendation would be the same for you until it cools off. these guys are not going to
be very happy and may retaliate on anyone that they see.

Sorry about your hunting !!!

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Old 09-24-2009, 10:46 AM
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Re: My Huntin' Area Just Got A little Stickier

Get a sniper team to cover you from long distance
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Old 09-24-2009, 12:58 PM
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Re: My Huntin' Area Just Got A little Stickier

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While I was down in NM some one decided to grow a couple of million dollars of MJ in my huntin area.

There guys were well armed as said by the pics from a game cam.

Looks like I'll want to consider changing some equipment.

  • Trade the camo for the ghilli suit
  • Trade the XD-9 Sub Compact for the Sig 556 w/folding stock.
  • Trade the blue and red bivey for a camo one.
  • Get a helmet to go under the boonie cap.
Any thing else any one can suggest.

Here's the link: Bingham County Residents React to One of the Biggest Drug Busts in their Own Backyards - KPVI NEWS 6: Pocatello, Idaho Falls-Weather, Sports, News-
Funny. Start yourself a good campfire in there and both you and the game will really enjoy the atmosphere. You might have to reduce your maximum effective range. The elk will probably come up and lick your face! And when you come back from the trip, you'll probably have some real whopper stories to share with us all!
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Old 09-24-2009, 01:08 PM
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Re: My Huntin' Area Just Got A little Stickier

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Funny. Start yourself a good campfire in there and both you and the game will really enjoy the atmosphere. You might have to reduce your maximum effective range. The elk will probably come up and lick your face! And when you come back from the trip, you'll probably have some real whopper stories to share with us all!
A good camp fire sure but I must warn you ahead of time, the GAME will look like their moving at mach 10 instead they will be barely moving at all atleast that's how it happened with one of my employes he though he was really laying them shingles DOWN but in reality he was just kreepin along

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Old 09-24-2009, 02:19 PM
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Re: My Huntin' Area Just Got A little Stickier

New food plot idea?
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Old 09-24-2009, 07:54 PM
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Re: My Huntin' Area Just Got A little Stickier

My guess is the guys figured out they were being watched and abandoned the crop. Other wise the sheriff would have "caught them in the act"

Would not have mattered much anyway, illegals hired by some big shot to grow the crop, their sent home to come back a week later and the ring leader losses some revenue.

In this economy even the boarder jumpers are having a hard time finding work!
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