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Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by Gforcetrivers, Aug 21, 2019.
Next door neighbor took this pic.
Good golly miss molly !
If either of you have a fence you can't enter him in the books.
Reminds me of some of the monsters running around the burbs of ATL..
My guess is someone will tag that buck this year, either legally or not.
No fences, need to get that alfalfa in
How much to lease your yard?
You ever watched Seek One on YouTube? They kill some giants in the burbs of ATL. Any of us could kill em there I’d say. Hardest part of all of it would be getting permission.
A chain link fence, or wood fence would cause this deer to not be entered?
This is true, I used to hunt several places in the same areas those guys hunt , Roswell, crabapple, Peachtree corners, lots of big bucks but permission or access is tough to get unless you have something to offer.
So, how do you all feel about killing bucks in a highly developed urban area VS high fenced bucks on 10,000+ acres?
Nice non typical...
Apples and oranges..
Subdivision bucks are far easier to kill once you can gain access. The deer are restricted to travel corridors like small woodlots, greenways and creeks. The biggest cross bow buck killed in GA was a a well known subdivision buck.
I posted the before but I talked to Skipper Betis years ago and he said they have deer on their 4sq mile high fence ranch that they never see till they are killed