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<b>The American Southwest and the Rocky Mountains at the moment are thick with hunters trying to slay elk and deer. Some districts are currently opened to bow hunters; others are, or soon will be, open to rifle hunters. People seeking the Forrest Fenn treasure <i>should wear a very bright, "non-natural" color</i> so that hunters will be less likely to mistake them for legitimate prey. There are a bloody hell of a lot of stupid, lazy people out there with guns at the moment, and most of them are loaded down with alcohol.</b>
Bright orange might get cops chasing you if any prisoners got loose in NM. LOL



Up at Murph's Hole, Colorado, I caught two bow hunters cutting a barbed-wire fence, around 4:40 AM Thursday. I snuck up on them in the dark, like Rambo, and demanded to know why they were cutting the fence when the gate a few dozen feet away was not locked. They jumped on their ATVs and fled.


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<b>Quote from NTMI on September 28, 2014, 10:30 pm</b>

Good on ya, Desertphile! Unethical as I may be as a treasure hunter, I am an ethical hunter. I hope you scared the bejeebers out of them!



@Stephanie hikers are just as entitled as hunters. I once decided to confront the occupants of a vehicle that was driving past camp with the stereo blasting during hunting season. The end result was that the two female occupants got out of the vehicle and flashed me!
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So NTMI were you like a frozen deer staring into headlights then? Were they low or high beams?