Heres you a great " ethics" topic

Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by wademup, Dec 18, 2014.

  1. Xi Bowhunter

    Xi Bowhunter 12 pointer

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    Yes, laughable. Your "boots on the ground" don't mean jack squat inside of a fence, no matter how many acres it is. You will always have people in those fences who can put those boots on the ground for you.

    I killed my buck this year completely free range, hunting a cedar thicket. The corn drum is for pictures and does. As of today, I have never actually killed a deer over corn. Not saying I wouldn't, but I tend to hunt thickets and trails mostly.
     
  2. F250Stroke

    F250Stroke 10 pointer

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    back in the woods you see
    I would hate to be that deer and walk by ANY of the people who say they wouldn't shoot it. Jealousy in the deer hunting world is worse than the girls locker room in middle school.
     
  3. sacmarata

    sacmarata 10 pointer

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    Snuck into the girls locker room on a dare when I was in middle school :)
    Got busted in about a half second. What a half second...LOL!!!
     
  4. KYBOY

    KYBOY 12 pointer

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    We had a Knot hole we just removed the plug..Girls/Boys locker rooms were a joining by a 1" board wall..:eagerness:
     
  5. reivertom

    reivertom 12 pointer

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    I wouldn't pay $19,900.00 to hunt Godzilla in downtown Tokyo.
     
  6. elkaholic

    elkaholic 12 pointer

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    It being a pen raised deer I would imagine the owner just goes out and hollers for him and rattles a feed bucket and he would come running.
     
  7. slipped cork

    slipped cork 8 pointer

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    ^^^ This is the most truthful post in this thread!
     
  8. Rodeo man

    Rodeo man 8 pointer

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    For what it's worth, some of the deer on their main page appear to be tranquilized, and not dead. It's a pretty common practice for game ranches to photograph people with their animals while they are out. I guess it's marketing?
     
  9. crestliner200

    crestliner200 6 pointer

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    You can not take deer from the wild and put them behind your high fence ,the deer must be bought from breeders. Before you can closes the gates ALL wild deer must be out of the pen. It is a long process once the pen is finished before the gates can be closed.
     
  10. bah1286

    bah1286 8 pointer

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    I would be just as happy with that one then any wild deer. The deer was running in the wild and the boy was hunting it as a wild animal.
     
  11. Regulator623

    Regulator623 12 pointer

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    I'd shot it and not thought twice about it....
     
  12. jayder85

    jayder85 10 pointer

    Misplaced property? Wildlife is nobody's property. If you release quail that you raised to train a dog and miss or don't locate a few, they are fair game to all. In fact, if my memory serves, you can't even shoot quail that you raise until season comes in (at least that was the case when I worked dogs). And say you raise a mallard from an egg from a hatchery. That duck grows flight feathers and leaves your pond to fly over the neighbors pond where he is duck hunting. If he shoots it is he in the wrong? I don't think so.
     
  13. TripleGee

    TripleGee 12 pointer

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    Hey it's not HIS deer when it's outside the cage. It's freeroaming.

    I know a lot about this. Milo Talon killed a deer up in Canada that was mine. Didn't see a damn dime. :rolleyes:
     
  14. TripleGee

    TripleGee 12 pointer

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    Hell yeah to this ^^^^^ times a billion.
     

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