Dogs

Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by 4UK, Nov 4, 2012.

  1. duckrocker

    duckrocker Spike

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    on water or n the woods
    Had problems last spring during turkey season at my place. Hunted this am at my family farm and problems this afternoon at my place, and they are 15 miles apart. I agree with monsterquest!
     
  2. Daniel Boone

    Daniel Boone 6 pointer

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    S.S.S. and you will never have problems.
     
  3. I have not had a problem all year till today.Rifle season problem will go away.
     
  4. Ginsenghunter

    Ginsenghunter 10 pointer

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    On the line
  5. barney

    barney 12 pointer

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    Even if it means a bigger government..we need a dog in deer season task force.
     
  6. kywallace69

    kywallace69 12 pointer

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    I think that they are used to them where I hunt. The landowners dogs (a big giant Rottwiler <spelt wrong and a beagle). They are in the fields in the mornings running around, and at 4:00 they are there again in the evenings an in the timber. If I bring treats with me they stay around my truck and leave the deer along for my hunt. (I really buuy a lot of treats for them) Plus I don't want to piss the big giant rottweiler off. Plus I will never shoot a dog for ruining my hunt. They are all gods creatures, unless they may cause me or someone else harm.
     
  7. reivertom

    reivertom 12 pointer

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    Yeah...Its real smart to shoot someone's dog because you are hunting in it's back yard. That's why its getting harder and harder to find places to hunt. If we did that where we hunt, our cabin would be a burnt pile of scrap in a few days.
     
  8. kybuckbuster

    kybuckbuster 6 pointer

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    If a dog messes up my hunt, I mess up the dog's life. PERIOD Cats get a pass.....usually.
     
  9. Wampuscat

    Wampuscat 10 pointer

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    If its got a collar it walks. If it looks like an outdoor mutt it doesn't walk far.
     
  10. kyarcher

    kyarcher Cyber-Hunter

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    It's back yard consist of what acreage the owner owns. Not anywhere it chooses to go.
     
  11. DADDYRABBIT1974

    DADDYRABBIT1974 Spike

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    I squirrel hunt with dogs and they do not know boundry lines. I try and do most of my hunting after the deer season or in areas I know not much danger of crossing paths with other hunters. I love to deer hunt as much as the other man but would not shoot another mans dog! It would not be good if someone shot my dog and I was to find it out!
     
  12. kyboydbowhunter

    kyboydbowhunter 8 pointer

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    What does SSS stand for?
     
  13. kyboydbowhunter

    kyboydbowhunter 8 pointer

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    I agree shooting a dog isn't going to help you kill a trophy buck 99 times out of a 100
     
  14. kybuckbuster

    kybuckbuster 6 pointer

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    So if I go on 200+ hunts a year that's like...
     
  15. HUNTINGMAN

    HUNTINGMAN 12 pointer

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    The only thing worse than a trespasser is a dog ruining your hunt,exspecialy after getting up super early and freezing until light only to have dogs come buy chasing a deer by your stand. I have taken care of a few dogs in my time and if I see them running deer or running in big packs I'm gonna take out a lot more. I once got a Rottweiler with a 44 mag at about 10 yards.
     

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