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    Camping on BLM

    Has anyone ever experienced any problems with people stealing or messing with their camp while away hunting for antelope/mule deer for the day?

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    Nope, never.

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    Count me as a NEVER as well, been camping on a BLM section for 15 years without incident.

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    It would take some balls to do that would not hesitate to shoot an ask questions later! We have camped 2 time no problems so far maybe it has something to do with everyone having a gun lol

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    Never a problem in my 13 years western hunting!
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    No problem for me either, but I do not leave anything of much value at camp either. Better safe than sorry I guess.

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    Thanks! I was just wondering if it ever happens. I wouldn't be leaving anything valuable, just my tent, sleeping bag, ice chests and a dry box with close and food in it. Everything else would be with me while hunting.

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    Never for me as well. You gotta think that almost everyone now is hunting and in general people are honest!

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    I have never had a problem on public land. I lock anything valuable im not taking with me in my truck just to be on the safe side and if im backpacking I need everything valuable with me anyways so I never really thought about it much. I think people out hunting and camping are generally pretty respectful of others camps. I did have some friends get their guns stolen off their 4wheelers at night while they were parked in a shed on private land. The shed was near a gravel public road and the owners house was back off the road a bit and I dont think leaving their guns was was a good idea but still it was a bad situation that could of been avoided. Them and others we know have hunted that ranch for years and never had a problem but you never know.

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    I saw where they were having problems in New Mexico.

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