Well, it looks like the lazy guy is back out by the battleship/piano blind, leaving his decoys out last night and showed up this morning right at shooting time. So don't waste time coming over to the east end of the marsh, I am guessing it will be dominated through Sunday by the decoy leaver outer and there will probably be more because this one hunter is setting a precidence for leaving decoys out for a long period of time. I hope someone doesn't set up in the dark and set up too close to him or there could be some unnecessary conflict out there. In the end, his actions will lead to what no one wants, more regulation.
Again, I am not going to argue anymore on if it is "right" or not. But for those that support this type of hunting/activity, please answer this one question:
If an unknowing hunter sets up 50 yards away in the dark and has no idea there are decoys out, and the hunter who leaves decoys out for days at a time shows up at shooting time who has to move?
Please don't answer, "ask him to join you", not what I want to do if I am spending some time with my kids out there.
BTW, if I am the guy setting up in the dark, I am not moving. I am not looking for conflict, just telling you how it is.