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tooshea8
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Hunting a high-fenced enclosure

So I have an invite to shoot in a high-fenced enclosure tomorrow and Friday with 2 of my friends. We have been planning this hunt for the past 2 months and made hotel accommodations in the town nearby 1 month ago. The original instructions from the landowner of the property to us were "I'm tired of feeding all of the deer in there. Please kill whatever deer you see". The instructions 1 month later changed to "Help me cull some of these deer, but don't kill the big bucks". Yesterday, the landowner said "Kill all the does you want, but don't touch the bucks".

I normally wouldn't have a problem with helping to thin out the doe population, but this guy has been begging us to hunt on his land for 5 years with promises of great bucks, only to change his mind the day before the hunt. I've heard stories of him doing the same to other hunters. He won't be within 200 miles of the place when we are hunting the next 2 days. What would you do?


Chad504boy
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re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure
Is this paid? If so, shoot him.

If not, deal with it.


BlownderLSU
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re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure
Cancel- its a canned hunt.


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fishfighter
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re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure
Takes does and fill your tages.


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Teyeger
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re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure
Tell him no thanks. Cancel hotel accommadations.


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Junior23
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He won't be within 200 miles of the place when we are hunting the next 2 days. What would you do?

I wouldn't do what you have in mind with these sentences you stated.


MillerMan
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re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure
How many acres is this place?


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OldSouth
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Folsom, LA
Member since Oct 2011
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re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure
No offense, but to those of us with no land/time to hunt you sound pretty spoiled.


DownshiftAndFloorIt
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The devil dreams on an idle horse
Member since Jan 2011
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re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure
Go shoot some does. It's all the same in this situation


MillerMan
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re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure
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He won't be within 200 miles of the place when we are hunting the next 2 days. What would you do?

I wouldn't do what you have in mind with these sentences you stated.


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Teyeger
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Go shoot some does. It's all the same in this situation


This is true...if you need meat in the freezer then go ahead and shoot the does. Do not shoot his bucks because he wont be around, like you are thinkiing about doing. No need in being a dick cause he is being a dick.


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TigerDeacon
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West Monroe, LA
Member since Sep 2003
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re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure
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Is this paid? If so, shoot him.


Despite the fact that it would be murder, I would be damned impressed if they could shoot him from 200 miles away.


OldSouth
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Folsom, LA
Member since Oct 2011
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Despite the fact that it would be murder, I would be damned impressed if they could shoot him from 200 miles away.


Yeah, that's more than 800 yds.


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Teyeger
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I would be damned impressed if they could shoot him from 200 miles away.



Thats definitely lobbing one in there.


chickman1313
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re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure
i'd go kill a bunch of does!

they taste just as good, well better really


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DownshiftAndFloorIt
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re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure
Need to neck down a howitzer to .54 caliber


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bbvdd
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Memphis, TN
Member since Jun 2009
9790 posts

re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure
If you are hunting big buck in a high fence it isn't the same as taking a free range deer. I wouldn't want to brag about it or mount it. Just shoot some does.


Yellerhammer5
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re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure
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Despite the fact that it would be murder, I would be damned impressed if they could shoot him from 200 miles away.


It's only a matter of time until someone posts that he and his buddies routinely kill game at that distance.


tenfoe
Member since Jun 2011
3507 posts

re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure
Go shoot a truckload of does.

I don't see a problem. It's his place and he can tell you what to shoot. If you don't like the way he changes his mind that is a personal conflict, don't confuse it with the economics of the hotel cost and hundreds of pounds of meat.


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TigerDeacon
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West Monroe, LA
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re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure
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It's only a matter of time until someone posts that he and his buddies routinely kill game at that distance.


Head shots.


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