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    Well, after 3 years, the neighbor finally got a clear image of the annual trespassers.They walk through during Moose season, take a break and then do the same thing for deer season.Our CO's are certainly challenged to monitor vast areas; but they really are coming though on these dumb dumb's.Well done lads .......

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    I had a chat with my local CO and she practically volunteered to take on any and all trespassing issues.With the number of trail camera,s monitoring properties and home security,its the real intellectually challenged individual,s that are still engaging in this activity.Of course we all now have to be on good terms with the neighbors and make sure we do not cross the line if we expect the same respect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horridfiber101 View Post
    Well, after 3 years, the neighbor finally got a clear image of the annual trespassers.They walk through during Moose season, take a break and then do the same thing for deer season.Our CO's are certainly challenged to monitor vast areas; but they really are coming though on these dumb dumb's.Well done lads .......
    Only during those two times? Jerks they be with an agenda,for sure. My kid had the same problem with a couple of snowflakes that didn't agree with him hunting his own property. He knew them from "down the road",so,he sent a $10 a Can Tire gift card and a couple of pics of deer hanging in the barn with a note that said. "Thanks for putting up these deer in front of us. Keep up the good work. See you next year." Problem solved.
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    the land owner i know has a issue as well, neighbors have hundreds of acres of land just like he does but they and their kids feel the need to atv and try and hunt on his property.

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    Same old story we have heard on the forum before- guys use to running property for the past 20 years.
    Exception now is 700 of the 1100 acres they use to hunt is now off limits- its now owned by 4 different owners.

    Tuesday at 9:00 am the crackers trespassed.
    Wednesday the CO was on site and spoke to them face to face.
    Thursday at 12pm; the crackers were spotted running out of the fields
    Thursday around 6 the CO went back over and tried to re-learn them.
    Sometimes real stupid is a marinade I guess.

    Kudo's to the CO- they most definitely have bigger fish to fry; but we sure appreciate them staying engaged

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    we usually just go and call the o.p.p instead

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    On one farm there is a guy to the north of us that keeps cutting across one of my properties on his ATV so that he can trespass in the quarry that is beside the farm I hunt. I have caught his several time and we even went over to his house once when he busted out hunt. Shows you cannot fix stupid not even with duct tape.

    So we just fell 3 large trees and blocked his access and repaired the quarry fence they had run over. Then installed a cell game camera about 14' in a tree to monitor this access - they got the message and moved on. They are still trespassing in the quarry but at least they are not going through this farm to access it anymore.

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