Wolf Hunt Sabotage Manual

Discussion in 'Wolf Hunting' started by Elkhunter1983, Aug 20, 2013.

  1. Elkhunter1983

    Elkhunter1983 Well-Known Member

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  2. sdkidaho

    sdkidaho Well-Known Member

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    Wow... and they actually call themselves hunters in it. Amazing.
     

  3. Elkhunter1983

    Elkhunter1983 Well-Known Member

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    I love the illustrations of how to use a bandana as gloves. Assuming that all of these "hunters" have bandanas is a little presumptuous wouldn't you say?
     
  4. Damol

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    I want to watch one of them do a release, sounds like a bit of a rodeo to me.
    Useing a forked stick use your body weight to hold the animal down so you can
    use both hands to open the trap. Yes I can see that working.
    Or the part about choking the wolf till it passes out, I have a vision in my head
    of a strangled wolf and some dude going OH CRAP I think I killed it!
    Just wish I could of been an artist since I think this manual could be the basis of a few good cartoons.
     
  5. MNhunter86

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    HAHAHA this is hilarious I hope the people who published this realize they are teaching people to break the law. In Minnesota it is completely illegal to tamper with another persons legally set traps. I really clicked on it anticipating it being a joke or something like that but I'm sure there are people out there that will take this manual to heart and are going to go out try.
     
  6. Damol

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    Yes they know it's illeagl they just dont care. Is it funny, yes, is it sad, yes.
    It just seems to me that putting out a manual giving instructions on an illegal activity should it's self be illeagl.
    I dont wish for anyony to get hurt but let a trapper catch a trap thief and someone just might.
    If one or two of these nut jobs gets turned in to a chew toy trying to do a release it will be the only time I will be heard saying "Go Team Woof"!
    Glad we dont have to deal with the wolf problem in Oklahoma, coyotes
    and hogs are bad enough. Guess I'am lucky that we just dont have many
    hogs in the county I live in.
    Does that mean the hogs are smarter than Me?lightbulb
     
  7. threejones

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    They missed the part about going to put on your body armor first. Most of the trappers I know wouldn't think twice if they caught someone messing with their traps (especially if it had a wolf in it). Most are already practicing the 3S's anyway, just need to dig a little longer hole:D.
     
  8. MNhunter86

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    x2 on that statement.
     
  9. royinidaho

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    I think the loop thing with the PVC pipe is quite a good design.

    I can see it quite functional when leading one of those sickos out of the brush with the loop pulled tight around his scrot. Assuming its a male perp. However if its a female perp there's bound to be something stickin out that ya could get a loop on. :D:D
     
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    If these idiots are tough enough or dumb enough, which ever it may be, to follow me...well I could use the company. It gets a little lonely out there! Although there is nothing worse then a nasty hippie stinking up some nice wolf hunting country! Maybe if a guy rolls them around in the snow a bit and fatten their lip the hippies will go home and also not smell so bad!
    I hope these wacks try this around Butte MT for there first gig, maybe that will snuff their plans right out of the blocks!
     
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    I like how they transitioned from "slob hunter" to "yuppie slob hunter". Oh Lord, please let try to free a wolf from a trap with 3' long 1/2" PVC pipe thingy.
     
  12. MNhunter86

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    The day I hear about an anti wolf trapper getting mauled/attacked by a wolf while trying to release it from someones trap will be the day!!!:D
     
  13. sourdough44

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    I think they are more talk than ANY action. I'd like to sit back & watch them try to release a wolf from a trap.
     
  14. ilscungilli

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    I agree. For all their talk, I have never seen anyone out in the field like these guys in the last 40 years I've been hunting. I think they write these things up to get money and keep people "engaged". It sounds a lot better than "we aren't doing crap", and those trappers look like they would beat me to death in my skinny jeans if I came within a mile of his trapline.