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Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by Gforcetrivers, Aug 21, 2019.
It was a joke.
Start throwing cut up apples and corn. Get your broad heads razor sharp.
You got a couple of weeks to get him in your yard on a regular schedule.
That is a awesome buck,Good Luck.
Sorry lol. It didn’t seem to far fetched.
My neighbor most likely unless he changes his pattern.
Hey it looks like a high fence deer
He'll get hit by a car the night before Archery opens!
That's just wrong! lol!
I frown upon killing sub bucks. Especially the ones the kids hand feed apples and ice cream cones to.
Thats not fair chase, or sporting. Its like shooting someones goat.
While this true and the hunt as well is the chase us diminished, the fact is in many areas these deer (bucks and does) must be controlled. I have seen first hand in the northern ATL suburban areas deer do to people's property..
Yeah but the catch is if it’s a really big goat they can say they did it #DIY#Fairchase and put that sucker in the book like they done something.
I've never seen any deer in our subdivision allow a person to get within 20-30 yards of them. Much less hand feed them. Yes, they are more tolerant of people and the noises they make. I likely wouldn't hunt in a subdivision. I hunt to get away from people, not be surrounded by them. I also don't want to deal with them when a deer dies in their yard.
Its true. But if this deer meets his end it wont be because he ate someones rose bushes. No one probably is going to shoot the other 15 deer running around.
You can youtube it. There was a dbl droptine buck shot last year that im sure got into the books, and he was like a pet to those sub kids.