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nice bucks man, have you shot any yet?
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Old 11-26-2008, 05:43 PM
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Scientist agree that those are deer
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Chip, are those Fiberblind brand protien feeders? I know a couple of those are, right?
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Nice deer, must be a high fence ranch. I noticed the ear tags. You should try hunting deer that are not in captivity!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Nice deer, must be a high fence ranch. I noticed the ear tags. You should try hunting deer that are not in captivity!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I grew up on that ranch when low fenced. Been there done that. The real question is how big a whitetail have you ever let live. 218 B&C homegrown low fence is my best. And now we hunt them with dart rifles to put the tags in. Harder than a bow, and more room for error.


The high fence also keeps down the poacher and wetback(exchange student) traffic.


Naw, haven't shot anything yet. Probably shoot a couple of doe this weekend for the freezer. We've been doing the DMP management program for four years now, and I just like growing them. I don't know what it would take for me to pull the trigger, now. I passed a 185 clean 10 two years ago that I should have shot. He jumped the 8" fence and got shot by the neighbors. Yes, they frequently jump.

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Most people shoot deer that are younger than 2 years and they are never able to fully reach maturity.

I hunt behind a fence and it is not as easy as one might think, I'll say it like this it's still hunting-not killing.

But for someone that has never hunted behind a fence I can see what their impression might be, albeit wrong.
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never really understood the ranch style kind of hunts
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