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AUTimbo
Member since Sep 2011
616 posts

re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure


While I agree with you that the ibex thing is some damn serious work as far as hunting , to lump all deer hunters into the "shooting house with an .06 popping a doe eating out of a feeder at 200 yds" bunch is being as narrow-minded as they come.

I'll gladly have you follow me into a swamp with leg waders going through muck,marsh n chit for a 1/2 mile or so at 4a.m. just to avoid a bedding area to hunt it on the backside on a southwest wind.
Of course this is done in 30 degree weather with a bow in one hand, a telescoping saw in the other and a Summit climbing stand with a daypack full of extra hunting clothes on my back for the hunt.

Make THAT walk with me and then tell me "deerhunting is easy".






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Caliendeaux
Member since Feb 2012
252 posts

re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure


MORAL OF THE STORY... YA CAN'T EAT ANTLERS.





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DownshiftAndFloorIt
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The devil dreams on an idle horse
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re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure


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deerhunting is easy


I'm a hip boot hunter. There are people on this board who couldn't drag their arse out from back there, much less their arse and a deer.






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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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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.


You forgot the step where you return all the stolen cameras and your dead friends' guns and equipment to Academy.






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Ole Geauxt
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KnowLa.
Member since Dec 2007
37057 posts

re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure


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

deer hunting? yes, beside La. and ar., there was ms., texas, illinois, mo., saskatchewan, that enough?
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No mountains in AR?
I believe if you had read my post carefully, you would have seen that i said S. Arkansas...
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Are you getting senile?
Only if that part i said about S. Arkansas is not there in my post...If it is, I'd say i'm still sharp as a shovel, how bout yew?






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BarDTiger81
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nurfeast lowsyana
Member since Jul 2011
15639 posts

re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure


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TulaneUVA



How much time have you actually spent deer hunting? You post in these threads and sounds like you don't have a fricking clue.






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Raz4back
Arkansas Fan
Member since Mar 2011
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re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure


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I believe if you had read my post carefully, you would have seen that i said S. Arkansas...


You mean you've never hunted on Hermitage Mountain






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Ole Geauxt
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KnowLa.
Member since Dec 2007
37057 posts

re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure


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never hunted on Hermitage Mountain

i have hunted close to Hermitage, but i'll be damn, i've never seen the mountain... Is it close to Banks or Jersey? lol






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bayouteche
LSU Fan
Northeast Ouachita
Member since Nov 2012
216 posts

re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure


I hunt a family lease outside San Angelo, TX. It's not high fenced but I always get some comments from friends back home like"Oh, going over there and buying you a deer! " Granted it's not as hard as hunting the swamps, hills, etc, but we don't just sit in the stand and choose which monster we are gonna shoot. I enjoy seeing something other the pine trees.





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KingRanch
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The Ranch
Member since Mar 2012
54739 posts

re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure


Heard that







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LSUtiger17
Baton Rouge
Member since Mar 2009
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family lease outside San Angelo, TX

Where? I'm heading to Water Valley in 2 weeks. Can't wait.






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bayouteche
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Northeast Ouachita
Member since Nov 2012
216 posts

re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure


Schleicher county between Christoval and Eldorado.





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Ole Geauxt
LSU Fan
KnowLa.
Member since Dec 2007
37057 posts

re: Hunting a high-fenced enclosure


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LSUtiger17

did u know who ask you any semi-personal quesions about your Uncle Geauxt?






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