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Sneaky Guides with Decoy Tents?
Posted by AlaskaCub on Apr 24 2006
I have had a half dozen people in that last month or so caution me that there will be decoy tents set up on the Peninsula in different places and they are simply there to deter someone else from hunting there so they can use those area as back up spike camps. Whats your take on this genius deterrent. Does a guy just circle low and around the camp and if it doesn't show signs of life and or the other gear do you just say the hell with it and land? Unbelievable the measures people go to.

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