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    Quote Originally Posted by bob cooly View Post
    Got a hold of the dfg wildlife biologist for this district and he was very interested so i e-mailed him the pictures. He did not think it was anyone from the state, but maybe someone running dogs illegally. Anyway it's out there about as far as I can take it, just have to wait and see what becomes of it. Luckily my camera still works, they just managed to break the strap mounts off the back. I can't believe they didn't just twist off the plastic lock tag and take the whole thing. I'll post again if I hear anything more.
    Had a tresspasser damage one of my trail cams last year, shot it with a blunt! Opening day of deer season, I found out why he wanted the camera out of the area, found the remains of a yearling killed the day before. Mine was locked to the tree with a cable. Seems your vandels are'nt all that bright, leaving their photo in the trail cam. Hope you get 'em!
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    DFG says they don't recognize her, but confirm she is probably some kind of researcher. I am still wainting to here from the game warden in this area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob cooly View Post
    So far 2 calls to the local game warden have not been returned. I will call dfg home office and Sequoia National Forest to see what can be done. If we don't excersize our rights as hunters the anti's will just run amonk and destroy all the private property they can get away with. Unfoutunatly the Cal DFG has been infiltrated with PETA types over the last 2 decades. I am not done yet!
    You're right man, if you don't fight you automatically lose! Takes a special breed of gutless vermin to mess with a man's property. Good luck and Godspeed to you friend.
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    Just set up one that explodes if it is tampered with.

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    They take them here in Az, and ther eis nothing you can leagaly do about it. They say " if you leave it on public land, then it belongs to the public". If it gets pinched from the tree you're shiat out of luck.

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    Just imbed a GPS chip in it. Problem solved.

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    Camoflauage 'em, put 'em in 'bear boxes', and cable 'em in place. Best idea is to get away from the 'easy to get to' spots. About 95% of hunters never get further than 1/4 mile from the road.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arrow Splitter View Post
    Just imbed a GPS chip in it. Problem solved.

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    Never thought of that. Good one man!
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    HEY Scott; that's not a valid responce. That means if you leave your pickup on public land it's mine for the taking, come on.

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    I need to leave my ex-wife on some of that public land.

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