Irks me

Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by teach27, Nov 22, 2020.

  1. teach27

    teach27 6 pointer

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    I know there’s really nothing you can do about it but yesterday I went to the back side of property. Right on the other side of the fence was a ground blind. They would have to trespass on us to get the deer if they shot since their openings face us. Guess I could a posted sign up saying you’re being watched on camera
     
  2. howbouthemdawgs

    howbouthemdawgs Fawn

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    I have a stand on my line that faces into my property. Luckily the landowner said no one hunts it anymore as they lost permission but I still occasionally check it. So far so good as it has a pile of sticks on it so I feel confident. Anyway if I felt like it was being hunted I was going to hang a giant blue tarp 10’ up in some trees right in front of the stand and write no trespassing on it. Think they would get the hint.
     
  3. bondhu

    bondhu 12 pointer

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    Great ideal!
     
  4. bondhu

    bondhu 12 pointer

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    1 day before opener. 2 foot wind chimes on your side usually helps
     
  5. vMANG

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    Blue Tarp, great idea. Beat them at their own game.
     
  6. columbia whitetail

    columbia whitetail 10 pointer

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    I would most certainly put up a tarp or big sign or the wind chimes sounds great too. If you do put a camera up to watch it. If they don’t have any respect for you as a land owner they will cross the fence and take it down. Get a pic and they are had. Just a thought.
     
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  7. aaronc

    aaronc 12 pointer

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    lmao
     
  8. RLWEBB

    RLWEBB 12 pointer

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    Deer hunting makes people do stupid things on their own property and others.
     
  9. hunt4him

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    I know what you mean. I have a feeder in my yard about 70 yards from my house (I hunt out of my upstairs bedroom window)I own the woods behind the feeder for about another 40 yards. My neighbor owns the open field beyond that. The weekend before archery season opens, he comes to me and tells me that he put a stand on the fenceline behind my feeder and asked me not to shoot in that direction because he doesn’t want to get shot (he’s known for years that I hunt out of my house).
     
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  10. he better be ready to duck
     
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  11. bondhu

    bondhu 12 pointer

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    Yeahhh boy and if I don’t have one I’d trade up for a browning auto. Been involved with a similar situation. When that automatic started barking. He was hugging that tree for dear life.
     
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  12. KY Swamp Beagler

    KY Swamp Beagler 12 pointer

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    Answer: “Oh that shouldn’t be a problem, just make sure you’re wearing your blaze orange. Have a good day, sir.”
     
  13. Huntin' Fool

    Huntin' Fool 6 pointer

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    Hopefully you would let them recover a deer if it ran on your property.

    I hunt our fence lines all the time as thats the best spots. Fortunately neighbors don't hunt.
     
  14. Snareman2

    Snareman2 12 pointer

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    For his own good, tell him to let you know every time he is back there or there is no way for you to know.
     
  15. captfire

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    tell him to duck!!!!!!
     

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