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Old 09-30-2008, 05:21 AM
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Thieves in the woods

I really do hate thieves, Just as a warning to everyone out there keep close tabs on your treestands, I had some scumbag steal a two person ladder stand within the last two weeks off of private property, time to invest in a hidden game cam. I really hate ppl who wont work for what they want, I bust my azz working for my stuff and some scumbag steals it. Thats the problem with society today, no morals and ethics.
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They will steal the cam best defence is a climber. although it is nice to just climb a latter.
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Old 09-30-2008, 05:39 AM
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I always locked mine to the tree. Not saying that they couldn't just cut the chain and take it, but I never had one stolen. The climber is nice for moving around or scouting, though...
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I don't have that problem any more. 8' fence helps. Instead of chain, use cable. Much harder to cut.
Dale Earnhart DID steal my rattling horns once from across the fence. I called the ranch foreman and he recovered them from Dale. Could have at least signed them.
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I agree with them being losers...someone tried to break into my truck early Sunday morning. Quit being lazy and try to earn money, not steal!!
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Old 09-30-2008, 06:21 AM
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The thieves that amaze me are the ones who actually work their butts off stealing scrap metal. Now for that amount of effort, they could get a real job and do pretty well for them selves. I remember a story of two guys who stole manhole covers, broke them up, and sold for scrap. Now thats a lot of work to be a thief!
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The best part is it was locked, It had 2 cables on it and they used what im guessing is a demo saw to cut them by the marks on the tree, prolly stole that 2
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With the way the economy is right now and going to get worse, I've noticed a huge increase in burglaries, thefts, vandals, killings etc.

Very sorry about your ladder, I hate thieves too! But everyone needs to watch out for themselves and be safe through these hard times.
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