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Old 12-05-2018, 09:23 PM   #1
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I believe some of you had a name for people who do man drives on public land but I can't recall what it was. However, if you pick up the latest Hook and Trigger magazine, they have good article about doing man drives, so get ready.
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Old 12-05-2018, 09:58 PM   #2
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DeerKillers...?lol...If the bucks can dodge and outsmart dogs, then I don't think man drives will be an issue with the point restriction as it is now....
Now I wouldnt be to happy if I was setup and they drive my area ,unless I killed a buck they pushed over me,lol......
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We call em c*cksuckers over my way, y’all might call em scrubbers!
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Back in the 80s, mandrivers on St.Regis/Champion WMA caused me to join a club.
I loved hunting that place till they came along. They were rude as hell.
They did not care that your truck was parked in front of a section, they would drive it anyway......at 6:30 am.
I think the rules later changed that they could only drive between 10:00 and 2:00 but it was already ruined for me. I never went back to public land.

It was one group of 3 or 4 truckloads of them.
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It was one group of 3 or 4 truckloads of them.
back windows and rear bumpers covered with bama stickers no doubt.
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What's great is them saying screw it to the people hunting there. They do a drive and you killing the deer in the drive. Been there done that and talk about seeing some pissed off hunters.... This was better than watching Auburn beat Alabama with the field goal touchdown a couple years back.
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We call em c*cksuckers over my way, yall might call em scrubbers!
That's it, scrubbers.

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Back in the 90s, you couldn't do man drives on the WMA West of Picayune, MS.(can't recall the name). I always wondered how they managed to enforce it.

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I wrote the FWC about them and they said as long as they weren’t using dogs, they couldn’t do anything about it. I picked up a brochure a few years later and saw that they had restricted man-drives to the hours of 10:00-2:00.
I was talking to a guy during that time period who said his Dad was in a tree stand right at daylight when a few of them came walking thru to get into position.
He wanted to let them know he was there, so he did an owl hoot - “hooo hooo”.
One of those punks looked up and said “Hoo Hoo yourself, MF’r.”
That’s just a lack of raising.
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No man drives allowed on MS WMAs I dont think...


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