I ran into several non-resident hunters this year in nd. We hunted a new area, alike many other hunters, because of the lack of water in the state. I am not sure if this part of the state we were in stands for the rest of the state but why are the out of state hunters who own a 5000 dollar house in a dying town seem to think that they own the ducks out here? Furthermore they feel as they can tell others where to and not to hunt regardless of posted, unposted, permission, or fed. land. We shot all the greenheads two wisconsin boys could ask for, but the trip seemed to be less admirable because of the attitude of hunters. Especially a group of hunters in the Delta chapter, also from wisconsin, who told us not to cross standing crops at 5 a.m., which we had no intenion to, then they proceeded to after we went into a small slough. Those big wigs boasted how they do so much for the hunting and we watched they walk back and bust a roost of 8000-10000 birds. Is everybody in the Lakota area this friendly? Have people forgotten how to hunt? it seems that all the hunters around here like to put stickers on their truck, attend chapter meetings, drink beer, and sky bust flocks. what happened to the hunter. Leave association to the associates, or at least stay home.