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decoy tents
Posted by Sollybug on Apr 24 2006
I experienced the same thing previously with sheep hunting and guides. They wanted to let people know they were using the area and also leave a spike camp and not have to set it up all the time. But they never bothered anyone who hunted there. And they were not there much. So I would just look for the amount of activity in an area and numbers of people like you said realizing that some areas are not used much despite tents. This plan also may backfire by attracting attention as another way to look at it is its probably a pretty good hunting spot if there are tents there ....

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