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#5667181 - 03/24/15 02:23 PM Duck hunters are not the only ones worried about cyber scouting.
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It seems fisherman are getting pissed about giving up spots now. I found this amusing....

http://texasfishingforum.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/topics/10717321/2

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#5667313 - 03/24/15 03:28 PM Re: Duck hunters are not the only ones worried about cyber scouting. [Re: Gdogg]
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Same arguement/different data.
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#5667437 - 03/24/15 04:44 PM Re: Duck hunters are not the only ones worried about cyber scouting. [Re: Gdogg]
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Now? Been happening for a while, but folks aren't as outspoken about it when it comes to fishing.
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#5667456 - 03/24/15 04:56 PM Re: Duck hunters are not the only ones worried about cyber scouting. [Re: Gdogg]
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I could only take one page of that whinefest.

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#5667530 - 03/24/15 05:53 PM Re: Duck hunters are not the only ones worried about cyber scouting. [Re: Gdogg]
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I see lots of shot down drones in the future.
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#5667581 - 03/24/15 06:17 PM Re: Duck hunters are not the only ones worried about cyber scouting. [Re: passthru]
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They just arguing over naming spots, pretty soon it will be naming lakes... grin

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#5668496 - 03/25/15 09:18 AM Re: Duck hunters are not the only ones worried about cyber scouting. [Re: Guy]
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Originally Posted By: Guy
They just arguing over naming spots, pretty soon it will be naming lakes... grin



They are already arguing about that in the Bass section.

I just thought it was funny since many come down on duck hunters for trying to be secretive regarding their hunting spots.

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#5668498 - 03/25/15 09:21 AM Re: Duck hunters are not the only ones worried about cyber scouting. [Re: Gdogg]
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There is no honor amongst fisherman anymore either. They will pull in right on top of you, cut in front of you and at worst, cheat to win a few hundred dollars in a pot. Some of the wanna be's don't even work. They fish all week and hit the local working man tourneys and local weekend tourneys to take the money from the guys who do work and only get a few hours to fish here and there.
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#5668499 - 03/25/15 09:21 AM Re: Duck hunters are not the only ones worried about cyber scouting. [Re: TXPride]
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Originally Posted By: TXPride
Now? Been happening for a while, but folks aren't as outspoken about it when it comes to fishing.


I'm not sure why they're more open about spots, but the outcome isn't any better. There are a few threads in there with guys sharing their favorite lunchtime fishing holes, only to have them completely trashed and the fish pulled out in a month or two.

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#5669696 - 03/25/15 11:00 PM Re: Duck hunters are not the only ones worried about cyber scouting. [Re: Gdogg]
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Originally Posted By: Gdogg
Originally Posted By: Guy
They just arguing over naming spots, pretty soon it will be naming lakes... grin



They are already arguing about that in the Bass section.

I just thought it was funny since many come down on duck hunters for trying to be secretive regarding their hunting spots.


That bass fishing section can be down right comical. "OMG you KEPT a bass for dinner?! The lake is screwed forever!"

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#5682652 - 04/03/15 10:04 AM Re: Duck hunters are not the only ones worried about cyber scouting. [Re: Gdogg]
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Well I've seen some really nasty behavior in this section as well. The bottom line is respect. And there doesn't seem to be as much to go around as there used to be . . .
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#5683616 - 04/03/15 09:50 PM Re: Duck hunters are not the only ones worried about cyber scouting. [Re: Gdogg]
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I have two drones...

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#5684241 - 04/04/15 12:54 PM Re: Duck hunters are not the only ones worried about cyber scouting. [Re: Just Nate]
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I have two drones...

I make 2 predictions. 1) Hollywood makes a movie about drones taking over the world and 2) Drones really do take over the world, one day you will wake up, and those 2 drones will be hovering over your bed....the ending is not good. eek2 eek2 eek2

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