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Fair Chase vs High Fence Hunting Debate?

Old 01-16-2013, 02:37 PM
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I believe in fair chase. To me that is what is what hunting is all about. I dont have nothing against someone that hunts a high fenced or ranch. I know everyone dont have the time or oppritunity to hunt good grounds so they do what they have to do. To each his own.
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Old 01-16-2013, 03:34 PM
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High fence, low fence, no fence........

So long as a person is hunting within the laws of the area being hunted I've no issues with it.

Like Huckleberry has pointed out many pages ago, (yeah I read about 80% of them) the high fenced ranches out west have done a huge amount of good for wildlife.

By that I am of course referring to preservation of game animals that would now be extinct if not for those ranches.

So for me that alone is more than enough reason to support them & I do so.

Huckleberry,

While you were on your Ausie hunt for buffalo did you have a chance to try & take a salt water croc? ? I've read that those are the largest of all crocs, which would be added spice to what I'd consider a very interesting hunt.
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Old 01-23-2013, 05:22 PM
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Craig,

The crocs are off limits to non-aboriginal people. We camped by a river and you could see their eyes at night. But there were none of significant size. I would have loved a photo. I did a little fishing and was told not to cast too often from the same spot. I also found myself cast from five yards away from the water's edge...it was a self preservation thing.

The darn snakes had me watching every step while I pursued the water buffs. Oz is a very neat place to visit.

LUCKY, Sorry for the late response. I sent you a pm. give me a call.

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