Was on the pitblind.com site and guys are suggesting that fellow field hunters in layout blinds identify there spread with a flag or something. Divers use a flag to warn boaters.Why cant we? This is just a tragic senseless death caused by a slob not a hunter. So fellow RTF post some ideas that you think would work to identify your spread.
Here is a release that I found on avery message board it appears to be authentic. They do have a video clip with the police but it is in French. The victim is Josh Leger Avery Pro Staffer.
He was out hunting with friends and clients and someone thought his spread of snow geese was an actual flock that had landed. The guy pulled over and crawled his way into the field and took one shot with a .22 rifle. Hitting Josh right above the eye. His partner heard the whistling of a flying bullet and then a tiny impact, asked Josh if he had heard. When no answer came, he turned around and realise Josh had been hit. The rest of the story is irrelevant, Josh is dead.
Josh was a good friend of mine and a great hunter. Not only was he good at hunting itself, but he was a great communicator and a great promoter of waterfowl hunting. We have lost a great pionneer of waterfowl hunting here in Quebec and he will be missed.