So hunting my land this year it just seemed that things were off with the deer behavior. The deer that came to my stand came from between my cabin and my stand, not the main woods area and returned there. I even walked past ones lying down at my cabin one morning. What pressured them to go there. There was no big bucks, and very few bucks that even came into the area at all. Once hunting season finished I took a walk to my property lines. There was evidence of human traffic from the lower end and to my right, along the survey lines. Interesting. I wandered about until I crested a hill and found my self at a bait pile with two roving trail cams. The rotating ones that follow you. Now a few years back on NSH I mentioned about a roaming nature guy that had been on folks property and had been causing problems by phoning in complaints on what he did not like. Many put the run on him. So it appeared to me that this fellow was probably the one that these belonged to. They were not locked so I scooped them up and carried them out. Took a drive to find this bird and yep they were his. Talking to him it gets better, he tells me that I missed the third camera on my land. He has had them there most of the year feeding the animals on the main trail coming off the mountain. He says he checks them every day between 3:30 and 4:00. Holey fek, no wonder things were off. We talk and I tell him that its hard to have deer come in to my stand if he is in the woods roaming about at hunting season, that he is looking to get shot. He then tells me that he no way had the selection of bait I had at my stand. So the idiot has been to my stand on hunting days. What does one do with that? I had my fisker machette with me that day and I had contemplated cutting both cameras in half with one strike and leaving them there on the ground. Wonder if the bird will consider how fortunate he is to have them returned and go else where. I doubt it.