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Discussion in 'Shed Hunting' started by Skduckhunt, Jan 3, 2018.
There ya go....True Confessions
i go there a lot with the little ones they really like pumpkin
Even had one eat a hot dog
Can the deer get out?
Don't think so
only if they have a badge
Its not just you, not what I meant.
People think they are doing wildlife a favor by feeding them or getting them accustomed to people... they are in fact probably doing the opposite. Either that or its just entertainment for them. Either way, it is not good for the deer. And if I were hunting an area like that, I would get zero satisfaction killing one of those deer.
I am understanding that these are unintentionally captive deer
All those deer are behind what looks like a good 10' fence, and never get hunted. I don't see how they could get out of there, without some sort of security clearance...
They are basically zoo animals at this point, no hunting in there, it's a secure Boeing facility.
one of the few places in this gawd awful hunting state that has a proper age structure deer herd. Its the outcome of the best timed hunting season - season starts tomorrow, says the permanent sign.
Doesn't MDC set some rules to follow regarding captive deer? I don't see any ear tags.
I don't believe these are captive deer. You can drive by there other times of the day and they are no where in sight. Some how they are getting in behind the fence, but I'm not going to find out.
Sounds like a heck of a pinch point lol
There is a pretty good patch of woods in there, they could be bedded down in there...
over 200 acres, with a nice fence around it. Maybe they could escape on the road, where there is a guard shack, likely manned 24/7.
This is the place, fairly large tract of woods in there for deer to hide.
I would say they are pretty much a captive herd at this point.... Unless they can, and do have the desire to jump that fence, they are pretty much stuck in there from what I can tell.
We need an insider to get the scoop on this.
Well, it's gotta flood right? Maybe the deer get in there when it floods? If that's the case and the deer are now captive, should they fall under the same guide lines of the deer farmers or anyone else with captive deer under a high fence??