If a GW wants to stop my hunt, search the cab of my truck after I've cooperated fully, produced a valid license, duck stamp, plugged gun and nontox, etc. thats when I turn my cell phone on, inform him that he's being recorded, and we start playing the "Am I being detained? What crime am I under suspicion of committing? Ok, then, get a warrant." game. I'm all for enforcement of game laws, what I am not cool with is being harassed by a power hungry squirrel sheriff. I may have one or two loose target loads rolling around the truck, and after he gets a warrant he may find them and write me a ticket, but not before he calls a judge first and starts a paper trail that leads directly to a violation of the 4th amendment. I'm not advocating the disregard for game laws, but searching a vehicle with suspected possession of lead shot as his probable cause will probably not go over well when the judge asks him- this is also why you start recording him when he insists on searching your vehicle. Because if he tells you "you're under suspicion of possession of lead shot for the purpose of hunting waterfowl" and you tell him to get a warrant and then he calls the judge and says "I suspect he's holding narcotics" and judge grants him a warrant, well, you get the picture. I'd like to believe our boys in green are above that kind of BS, but you never know. The bottomline is that cooperation and attitude is key. Don't have lead on you when you're hunting, be pleasant and cooperative during the stop, and if and only if the GW wants to start harrassing you and violating the 4th amendment should you start to give any pushback whatsoever, otherwise, you're just asking for trouble.