Actually, I can clarify it for you both,
duck dawg and PJ.
Please sit down, take a breath, and seriously consider some pharmeceutical intervention that may be of assisstance to you, while you are at it so you can address your primitively impulsive and poorly regulated thought processing capabilities, which will hopefully allow you to focus on what I am about to type.
ARE YOU READY ????
Are you sure ????
No really, guys.
I need you to focus now PJ.
You too, duck dawg.
Don't stop and try and hunt when you see someone else already set up or getting ready to sneak some birds.
Respectfully, just move along and find some other birds to hunt.
If you are there first and have secured permission, then I will be happy to move on as well, so you or whomever was already there can have chance to hunt birds without having a roost blown or a long sneak ruined.
Surely, either of you two wouldn't want me pulling up when I can see you guys are getting set to hunt, or well in the process of, and try to wreck it for you, would you ???
You wouldn't seriously think its okay for me to pull up and sneak roost birds you are set up for or are trying to actively sneak,
Do you ???
I bet if I followed you guys around all day long in my vehicle, and waited till you guys were set and birds were or are working, and then just jumped out and ripped off all 11 rounds in my mag tube, or spooked the birds, or tried to sneak them myself and ruined it for you guys, neither one of you would be happy.
If that actually happened, that is.
And no, there are plenty of birds for everyone to hunt, and I don't mind seeing other hunters out there too, trying, as long as they move on to find birds to hunt on their own time and effort.
ESPECIALLY when I was there first, and no one else is or has told the landowner they will be hunting in the morning.
And no, I don't own land where I will be hunting this year.
Does this make anymore sense now,
you derelict tard faces????