Every forest LEO or state game warden I see driving in the heavily populated hunt/camp sites seem to be on a mission, flying toward some omniscient place and I have to assume they know where the game is and how to watch how people are taking that game..A common misconception, if it's a priority you find time. Still get a day or two off a week like everyone else. You miss every opening day and there's some busy weeks when it's a total loss, but the wardens I know hunt more than the average Joe.
A bigger hurdle is the low pay, long hours, and nationwide mistrust of law enforcement. High risk, low reward. Takes a special kind of person who really loves the job... or someone with a high earning spouse...
I only know they had Wisconsin plates since it was a very distinct looking truck and I had noticed their plates when we drove by them at a different spot the day before.
Hey now. Some of us non-wisconsinites have abnormally large heads and still refrain from unsafe shooting.It's their heads. They are pumpkin patch sized. Go ahead and put a tape on one. I guarantee you that you'll need super sized hats to cover one of them melons.
Frankly, that's insulting to the wardens there in Colorado.
Sounds like you spent a lot of time road hunting, my man. Gotta throw it in park and burn some boot leather next time.