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Old 01-02-2017, 07:48 AM
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Wow, some people and their since of intitlement, wish I was grandma , your thinking it's yours before I died ,I would definitely give it to the sister or anybody who hadn't overstepped their boundries.its not your land , you didn't talk to grandma before you tried to impose new rules on her land , you should thank God grandma's still letting you hunt , I wouldnt after you disrepected me by assuming my land was yours to do as you please . Let me guess you Brush hog and up keep her land - probably live on her land for free too , hope I'm wrong , sounds like you owe some apologies
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Old 01-02-2017, 07:52 AM
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Post has been dead for 9 years. Why start it up again?
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Old 01-02-2017, 07:58 AM
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Wow, some people and their since of intitlement, wish I was grandma , your thinking it's yours before I died ,I would definitely give it to the sister or anybody who hadn't overstepped their boundries.its not your land , you didn't talk to grandma before you tried to impose new rules on her land , you should thank God grandma's still letting you hunt , I wouldnt after you disrepected me by assuming my land was yours to do as you please . Let me guess you Brush hog and up keep her land - probably live on her land for free too , hope I'm wrong , sounds like you owe some apologies
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Old 01-02-2017, 08:19 AM
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Why did you bring this dead 9 year old post up and now have made the same exact post twice in 10 minutes?
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Old 01-02-2017, 08:34 AM
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maybe granny finally died?????/
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Old 01-02-2017, 08:45 AM
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I was going to make a reply until I saw the date of the posts. I believe this horse was killed in 07.
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Old 01-02-2017, 09:00 AM
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Holy thread resurrection Batman.
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Old 01-02-2017, 10:23 AM
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Originally Posted by wahoohunter View Post
I hunt at a small hunting camp where only 4 people (myself, my father, brother and cousin) hunt each year. We "own" about 250 acres so there is plenty of land for us to practice QDM and we have even spoken with the landowners around us too and they have agreed to not harvesting deer unless they are atleast 8 pointers and over 3.5 years old to the best of their knowledge, so we feel we have a good thing going here.

Here in lies the proble, I put "own" in quotations because the land is actually owned by my grandmother. Myself, Dad and brother live on the land, maintain our 3 food plots, keep the field brush hogged and take care of all the land. Well, this is the first year we have been really really serious about our QDM and not harvesting any smaller deer. We sent out a newsletter to all of our family explaining what we were doing and wanted to accomplish. My grandmother took great offense to this saying that on her command our cousin would kill any deer that he saw be it a four pointer, spike or whatever. She beleives that the sport is in killing the animal regardless of size.

I was just wondering what you all though as to how to handle a situation like this. My brother, father and I have put in hours of work maintaining our land and impriving our deer herd and its just hard to swallow someone wanting to kill something so badly that they can not adhere to guidlines (guidlines which I believe to be pretty lenient anyways). My cousin is 21 years old, if he were 10 it may be different because then you want to turn a person on to hunting. For me, however, if someone is kill happy that they do not care what they shoot, they do not deserve to be in the woods and give good hunters a bad name. Theres so much more to hunting than the kill, its about camaraderie and enjoying God's creation.

I just thought I'd post on here to see what you all recommened and if you've ever had to deal with a situation like this. Please respond!
That's the difference between "I own it." and "we "own" it". It's part of living on someone else's land.
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Old 01-02-2017, 12:46 PM
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Would love to see/hear the QDM pusher ralk about quality deer without ever mentioning antler points. They ca not do it yet they insist it has nothing to do with antler size.
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Old 01-02-2017, 02:15 PM
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Originally Posted by kidoggy View Post
maybe granny finally died?????/
I was thinking the same thing...end of problem!!!!!!!
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