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So if you got the opportunity to shoot a 200" deer inside a 2000 acre high fenced ranch, you would not mount it?


Nope, just as I wouldn't mount a bull that I shot in the pasture close to my house.






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tooshea8
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Why on Gods green earth would you bring a .458 Lott in a deer stand???????


I have no idea. We all looked at him and decided, "That guy is hunting in a GROUND blind". No way were we going to allow him in a tree stand.






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Nascar Fan
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re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure


Are you paying or is it free?
Free means kill does
Paying means you go by the origanal agreement






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MillerMan
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As has everyone else but someone has to defend high fences. To each their own, it's the only property I have unlimited access to hunt on so I hunt the shite out of it and enjoy it. It's still hunting





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Nodust
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Nope, just as I wouldn't mount a bull that I shot in the pasture close to my house.

If its a nice longhorn with a 8' spread. If put that sucker on the wall






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TulaneUVA
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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.


This x1000. Especially if this is unpaid. If you paid with the promise of being able to shoot whatever, I'd be trying to get my money back.

I'll never understand 'hunting' a high fenced area. I think deer hunting as it is is kind of a lazy man's sport (Yeah, I'm sure I'm going to catch some flak for this). You sit around and wait with an accurate rifle and scope with feed all over the place. Does it get any easier than trapping the animals? Jesus H Christ...

Go check out some of these crazy ibex hunts in the mountains. You're hiking for hours on end up a mountain trying to get the open shot. Then you have to dress it/carry it back down the mountain to your camp. That's freaking hunting son.



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BlownderLSU
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it's the only property I have unlimited access to hunt on so I hunt the shite out of it and enjoy it


How bout you bring me on your high fence place and I'll shoot something, then report back to the board on how it feels to kill a buck off a high fence ranch. Does the adrenaline compare to free range deer and would I have qualms about holding my head high and letting guests to my trophy room know about the conditions under which i killed the buck.

I'd trade you a trip to my duck lease in Palacios






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MillerMan
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BlownderLSU


Post your email, been looking to trade out some duck hunts for a deer hunt.

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Does the adrenaline compare to free range deer and would I have qualms about holding my head high and letting guests to my trophy room know about the conditions under which i killed the buck.


We also own a little over 100 acres low fenced adjacent to our place that we hunt. I enjoy sitting out there because you never know what you are going to see and there are no restrictions on what you can and cannot shoot. I have killed some damn nice deer out there, too. The adrenaline of the kill is the exact same to me weather inside the fence or out. And I have no qualms about any of the deer on my wall, am proud of all of them.






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Nodust
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What happens if a squatch is accidentally enclosed as the fence is being built.

HFSH






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DownshiftAndFloorIt
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Nobody has a fence that can contain a squatch.





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deaconjones35
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I would kill at least three or four wall hangers. Then I would kill both of my friends to eliminate any witnesses. Then I would take pictures of the deer and photoshop the antlers off and send to owner and say you killed a few does. If he has cameras on his property, I would steal them. Afterwards, I would go hunt on some bank owned property and hope for the best. But that's just me.





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BlownderLSU
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I have shot hogs/does off high fence and you still get the full adrenaline, I'm being a troll. I'm a little torn on the subject, but as long as you aren't hunting in 50acre pen and the animals have a sporting chance, fine then. No offense meant by the "qualms about hanging a fence buck".

Email is my username at gmail.com.

Where is your deer place? I'd just like to shoot a doe, bought a Weatherby Vanguard 2 years ago that's only dropped one coyote.

Duck lease is pretty sweet, no boat necessary, just need chest waders. Teal season was great with 3 per hunter avg in my blinds, wouldve been better if I could wake up on time

1st split has been slower, a little more than 2 per hunter, hoping we get some serious fronts!






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MillerMan
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Got it, and no offense taken. We are in Tilden, Tx in McMullen Co. and always need does taken. We need the cold weather down south too, the deer movement has been at an all time low thus far. Ill send you an email shortly





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BlownderLSU
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Posted by MillerMan


I used to hunt around Cotulla and Pearsall, S Texas is amazing!






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Ole Geauxt
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ibex
been climbing trees in Southern Ar.and La. for almost 50 years and ain't seen the first ibex yet, but gonna keep on lookin'.
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mountains
none of those either..






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NattyLite
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How ften do you hunt places that aren't high fence?





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MillerMan
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I said earlier we own both high fenced and low fenced acreage. I probably hunt inside our high fence 70% of the time, but once the rut starts I spend more time hunting the low fence. We only have 1 stand on our low fence place, so if we have guests down we usually let them hunt it since there are no rules to what they can or cant shoot. But if there are no guests either my brother or I am usually out there.


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NattyLite
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Maby that would explain the adrenaline rush you get when you shoot deer inside the pen. Not hating just saying.





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TulaneUVA
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been climbing trees in Southern Ar.and La. for almost 50 years and ain't seen the first ibex yet, but gonna keep on lookin'


OG, have you stepped foot out of the great states of LA and AR?

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none of those either..


No mountains in AR? Are you getting senile?






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AUTimbo
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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.


Only with a bow






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