After reading all the good about DEC and Greendeem. And the backlash of the DU guys against DEC. Would you turn in a "poacher"? And at what point is an offense worthy of being turned in? Here are a few different situations... both on very opposite ends of what might be considered "poaching"... Situation 1: A good hunting buddy shoots what he believes is an antlerless deer w/ his archery equipment.. upon recovering the deer.. it only has 1/2 of a very small rack.. just over 3". He checks it in as an anlterless deer. And continues hunting the rest of the season.. but doesn't harvest any other deer. Is turning this guy in warranted? Situation 2: You know of a guy (family).. not personally.. but through others. This person (family) runs a local business that many are familiar with. This person (family) owns some very prime land. Person (family) is well known for taking large deer.. year after year. Nobody is ever around when these deer are harvested. Widely known (or speculated) that this guy (family) likes to hunt at night illegally. Person owns several rifle mounted night vision scopes.. that are claimed to be used for "coyote hunting". Person has bragged about hunting illegally.. and since he never has anyone hunting with him, outside of his closest friends, that he won't get caught. And states that if he does get caught.. he has a coyote call on him for his alliby. People don't turn him in.. because they are afraid that they may lose his permission to hunt this prime piece of land. Now you heard all of this 2nd hand.. don't know the guy/family personally other than by aqauntance.. and don't have any "proof". Is turning this guy in warranted?