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Old 09-21-2007, 07:23 PM
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HMMmm so you don't sell hunts that are more expensive for the bigger the rack the buck has(or as big as you can get them to grow). And you do not feed the deer anything at all, they just grow that big on the shrubbery and genetics, OK. Any ways i dont really care, maybe if your buddy wouldn't have came on here and just started posting pics saying hey look at this deer and maybe said hey guys whats up i wouldnt have said anything, so dont act like you know everyone everywhere and they do nothing but trash talk. GREAT DEER NICE PICS TO BAD he will cost more than a thoroughbred gelding and make you no money in return I love what you people do to this sport/passion

We do sell hunts that are prices based on a "trophy fee"

I have done nothing for these deer but supply supplimental 20% protein. I have stated that several times

Can't do much for you on the last one...

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Old 09-21-2007, 07:49 PM
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Old 09-21-2007, 08:13 PM
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We do sell hunts that are prices based on a "trophy fee"

I have done nothing for these deer but supply supplimental 20% protein. I have stated that several times

Can't do much for you on the last one...


So which part of that is true "I have done nothing for these deer", Or "Supply supplimental 20% protien"

Genetics LOL
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Old 09-21-2007, 08:20 PM
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Can these deer leave you property?
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Old 09-21-2007, 09:42 PM
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thats a mega stud
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Old 09-22-2007, 04:31 AM
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We do sell hunts that are prices based on a "trophy fee"

I have done nothing for these deer but supply supplimental 20% protein. I have stated that several times

Can't do much for you on the last one...


So which part of that is true "I have done nothing for these deer", Or "Supply supplimental 20% protien"

Genetics LOL
Well since you quoted what I wrote and then said that I had said something different, I'll let everyone else figure that out.
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Old 09-22-2007, 04:48 AM
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You and your dad have got somefine lookingbucks there!! Keep up what your doing--WouldI like to have a place like yours--SHOOT YEA--Would I leave the fence--YEA--Somewhere back in ya'lls bloodline that property was bought an paid for,the taxes was paid,the upkeep on the property was met-So Your property do as you please don't beg forgivenessfrom anyone --If its legal I don't see no problem!!If a person chooses not to hunt under your conditions then don't!!That is why we live in afree country--Do as you want as long as its LEGAL!!
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Old 09-22-2007, 07:18 AM
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OH MY GOOOOOD

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Old 09-22-2007, 09:54 AM
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Yeah i did quote exactly what you wrote, then broke your contradicting statement into its 2 separate part. The point is you try to say that the great genes in your deer are what make them grow antlers bigger than some elk lol, and that you in no way, shape, or form do you help that process. You laugh about the fact that no one else lets there deer grow this big.

(from another post you have about racks)
"You don't need to have a High Fence to have a management plan.

What's the worst that can happen where you live? Someone else shoots it?

lol
"

You only let them get so big because they:
1. Can not leave your property.

2. No one else can shoot the ones you may want for yourself, unless a great fee is paid, and you allow it.

And yes sometimes people like me and others on here may shoot deer before they reach there greatest potential but we also let allot of them walk and pray they make it to the next season.(Great gene's = perfect symmetry and a nice big thick rack to me)


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Old 09-22-2007, 10:40 AM
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That post is about letting a deer walk that has a messed up beam on one side...

I fully understand that QDM isn't possible in some parts of the country because of the hunting pressure... much less TDM (Trophy Deer Management).

I really don't know what I have done to offend you.

I've laid everything out there in the open that I do, and know it isn't some people's cup of tea.

As far as defending myself or trying to justify myself to you... I'm not going to diagram my own sentences and teach you what a subject and predicate are to explain why you can't break down that sentence the way you did.

You are just going to have to figure that one out yourself.

Maybe you have had a bad personal experience with someone who has an operation in your area...

Maybe you lost an area to someone who decided that they wanted to pay for the right to hunt...

Maybe you were fenced off...

Dunno... all I DO know is that I didn't do it to you.
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