do any of the rest of you get sick of seeing dots of orange in a circle around you for opening day? my backyard, the michaux state forest in PA fills with FDF's for the first day every year. it also sounds like a war zone. i think i should start collecting brass, i would probably make some money. one time, i tried to hike to one of the most remote places i could find. dawn revealed that i was the "pin" that held the "hands of the clock" with hunters in all directions about 150 yards out max. i watched flash lights rolling in and tried to signal them away, but no one was willing to move. everything was shot before it got anywhere near me. i saw one poor doe run top speed past me at about 40 yards. i try to adjust my position if i feel people are too close. in the above case, i humped in my treestand and climber at 4 am and it was difficult to move out. i rarely use it for rifle hunting anymore because of that. do any of you try to keep a safe and respectful distance from other hunters? are you willing to move when others stroll in at dawn? do you think some areas should be regulated to limit the volume of hunters? do you think some of the millions of dollars of license fees should be used for more officers to encourage safer hunter "placement" in the field?