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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 01-08-2020, 06:40 PM Thread Starter
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A special kind of Scumbag!

This is just stupid and uncalled for! He should have his hunting privileges stripped




https://thehuntingnews.com/hunter-fi...ic-land-video/
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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 01-08-2020, 06:51 PM
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Can't fix stupid.
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I agree. The article doesn’t even list the correct guy filming.
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post #4 of 18 (permalink) Old 01-08-2020, 06:55 PM
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Is that guy wearing yoga pants? Probably didn't know the guy was there even though he was wearing 2000 inches of blaze orange. Not the best of shots either. I carry a dog whistle to alert some nimrods. I pasted many up looking at the back ground of the shot.
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The guy filming isn’t too sharp either.
Catch the comment about how the shooter was “glassing him” as he (filmer) walked in and setup?
Who in their right mind would setup that close to another hunter during rifle season, let alone an unknown hunter?
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The guy filming isn’t too sharp either.
Catch the comment about how the shooter was “glassing him” as he (filmer) walked in and setup?
Who in their right mind would setup that close to another hunter during rifle season, let alone an unknown hunter?
I watched the entire hunt when it came out. Aaron was trying to get somewhere with some more space between hunters. If I recall correctly, the other hunter’s crew was doing some driving in the area around Aaron.

Definitely a scary situation, but Aaron is absolutely not to blame. Every hunter has to know what is behind his target.
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I watched the entire hunt when it came out. Aaron was trying to get somewhere with some more space between hunters. If I recall correctly, the other hunter’s crew was doing some driving in the area around Aaron.

Definitely a scary situation, but Aaron is absolutely not to blame. Every hunter has to know what is behind his target.
Oh I'm not trying to place blame on the videographer... just stating that he did put himself in a position that increased the chances of encountering a nimrod... and he certainly did.
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Why did the videographer stay seated? I would have crawled around to the back of the tree, taken cover, and then yelled to alert the guy of my presence. The hunter certainly wasn't too handy with his firearm...smh
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Why did the videographer stay seated? I would have crawled around to the back of the tree, taken cover, and then yelled to alert the guy of my presence. The hunter certainly wasn't too handy with his firearm...smh
I would have been jumping up and down yelling Hey AHOLE
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Looks like another one of those more to it stories.

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