- May 2, 2005
I was told they were running an illegal game farm and the guy was about to be caught so he let ‘Em all go. Said there was mule deer let go too, which have bred with whitetails over the years. Any truth to that?View attachment 96525 View attachment 96526 View attachment 96527 View attachment 96528 View attachment 96529 Unfortunately lost the farm I hunted in the middle of this season. Had several encounters with these the last few years and just wasn’t able to get one. Always bad timing, or I’d have to watch them right across the property line on many occasions. Thought I’d share some trail camera pics. From what the landowner told me the property right next to the one I hunted raised these in a 15 acre pen and eventually they let the fences go and they all escaped in the 60’s. Now on several pieces of land in the area and you’ll see one show up at local taxidermists or processors on occasion.
I was told they were running an illegal game farm and the guy was about to be caught so he let ‘Em all go. Said there was mule deer let go too, which have bred with whitetails over the years. Any truth to that?
Around the Billtown Rd exit, IIRC. Big pretty hillside runs up from the highwayRoughly where on the Snyder do folks see these on occasion? The Kid lives off of Beulah Church near McNeely Lake and would get a kick out of spotting them.
p.s. He just sent me a link where someone was trying to find a tracking dog after shooting a deer yesterday just off of Cooper Chapel.