just a question, heard this story from a 40 mile hunter just today, they drove up & headed out the day before the opener to a place I took him last year on the way they came across a camp with hunters telling them that they could not continue to where they wanted to camp because there was caribou bedded on the same hill & they planed to hunt them in the morning. now I won't continue with the rest of the story because of words & actions that took place. both parties ended up getting bou, but my question is who was in the wrong here the hunter trying to go camp on a spot with caribou on it that some one had been watching before season started or the other hunter telling the other one he couldn't go there. thoughts????? I'm under the impresion & taught that you can camp where ever you want to on public land & you have no right to hold claim on animals overnight.