I couldn't agree with you more. The clubs also think they own the public land they are driving. I was hunting a piece of public land, in south jersey, that a club was driving when they passed under my stand. With out regard for my hunting experience or the time I had put in scouting, setting up my stand, I was told that this area was THEIRS because they drive it every year. I mean come on, this club shows up once a year, with about 20 to 25 hunters and think this PUBLIC land is there private hunting area. What do you do? Have a reasonable conversation with a gang of hunters who think your infringing on there hunt? Not worth the energy. These guy's aren't hunters. There BULLY's. 1/2 of them are half shot in the ass.... dangerous... They are protected by "THE CLUB". I could go on and on.