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what a jerk!!!!!!

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me and icefishing21 went out for a last duck hunt a week ago. and after about an hour we see a bow hunter leave and go to his truck. but i doesnt bother us so we keep hunting and after awile we pick up and leave and sure enough my tire is flat. and i think huh that guys must have slashed my tire or i just ran over something. so i brought my tire in today and sure enough they said your tire was slashed. and i think what a [badWordUsage] loser. i mean who would do something like that. what an [PoorWordUsage] hole... thanks for reading just needed to vent a little. cole

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That really sucks! Did you ever get a good look at his truck to at least be able to describe it?

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do you know how far away he was? could you of been pretty close and you ruined his hunt? idk just ideas but otherwise thats sucks! did ya get a look at this truck?

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Whether someone intentionally or unintentionally positioned themselves near another hunter, it would not warrant this action. That is what I teach my fold.

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Well, atleast it was only one, Hovermn and myself spend 5 days up in ely on a lake outside of town, we were camping on the other side of the lake, and someone slashed 2 of his tires, what a nice way to come back to the truck, and just luckly had service to call teh tow company otherwise it was 15 mile walk to a major road.

the other thing is, are you sure it was him, could it of been someone else that did it? well traveled road? and just remember what comes around goes around, if it was him, he will get something coming to him...

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yup i dont remember it but my buddy did it was a little blue old toyota truck. so i will be going down there again and hopefully he is there so i can give him a piece of my mind!

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oh i for sure no it was him cause the other 2 trucks down there were still there and his was not. and we talked to the other guys that were down there and they were nice enough to help put the spare on.

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Whether someone intentionally or unintentionally positioned themselves near another hunter, it would not warrant this action. That is what I teach my fold.

yes this is true but it could be the reason behind it...which is sad...when he could of just told them they were in the wrong if they were....

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"what a jerk" is an understatement. I dont understand what runs through peoples heads when they do things like that. Ticks me off just thinking about it.

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exactly i mean we have had bow hunters flash lights on us and such and we gladly move far away from them. but this guy just had to be an a hole

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people like that make me want to buy a shirt that say i hate stupid people!...obviously he hunts down there so he will probably be back...just wait for him

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That plane sucks and nothing warrents that. He's a coward or he would have said something to ya.

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Just be sure it was him and not someone else who came along. How would you feel if you were innocent and had some irate guy accuse you of it. Whoever did it needs to be taught a lesson however.

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not much you can do, forget about it, and move on. Yes it sucks big time, but you must have had a spare, and made it out alright.

Again, that really sucks

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Poor plan...trying to meet up with someone that would do this, is not what I would do...who knows what he might do to you ?

Also you have no proof it was him...besides all he would say is " it wasn't me " ...

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