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Re: O.T. landowner/power lines/Atv's/fences

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MarkB_MI

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Another approach is to set up a fake video camera in plain sight. Make it look like it belongs to the power company, and put it up high where it can't be reached without a ladder. They'll try to steal a game cam, but ATVers are dummies and they're likely to think that fake video camera is being monitored live by some fat security guard back at the power company.




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 Re: O.T. landowner/power lines/Atv's/fences in reply to MarkB_MI, 04-04-2013 02:59:13  
Not a bad idea, the one set of powerlines has double wood poles, tall enough I could safely mount something up high in direct view of them, even if real, they would need a ladder or have to shoot it down. I would need a non metal ladder, don't like the idea of doing it, but the 30,000 volt lines are much further up, it would easily be seen. These posts have to be 70'+ out of the ground, I think 16 feet up would be fine, I would not even consider it until I knew exactly what the safe distance is from those lines, I think I've got other options, though one of those poles would provide the perfect angle, if they shoot it down, power company would not appreciate that, probably get their security involved.

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