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Bucks of Tecomate El Cazador Ranch

Old 08-29-2010, 06:52 AM
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It's a business. He makes a lot of money off it. But it's not pure hunting, it has progressed into a full fledged business. He happens to have the resources available to make it work.
I would love to kill a buck like that but going to a ranch where someone else did all the work and I just pull the trigger is not what I want out of my hunting experience.
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Old 09-17-2010, 06:05 PM
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By far the worst "hunting show" on tv. I was so offended by the show with "the first bow-hunter" on El ShizerDore. David may be the nicest guy one could ever meet.......but a HUNTER he is not. He's a grower (of deer) and a SHOOTER (only with a with a gun). Give him a bow (or a gun without a guide) and NO deer will be harvested on his show if he is the sole hunter on another piece of land. I appreciate ALMOST anyone that supports hunting. Bucks of Tecomonte, however, offends me as a hunter and outdoorsman. Hunting is not about money and how much FEED you can throw at the deer to get them in range..........It's about conservation and a love of the outdoors. When I watch "Bucks of Tecomonte" I ALMOST understand what PETA fights for.
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Old 09-18-2010, 05:36 AM
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Its just there way of hunting, I think it would be awesome to have his place. Who wouldn't love going into there back yard after watching the same "Wild" deer for seven years and try to harvest it. While doing that your passing up on 3-6 year old deer. This guy has a lot of money and a passion for deer. Everything we all would like.
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Old 09-25-2010, 06:31 AM
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Fair chase my behind!!!! This show makes me sick because there is nothing about it thats hunting. It's all about killing 1 of the 15 monsters out in front of you and how can anyone PAY to shoot a whitetail when a real hunter can spend 15.00 on a liscense and go out and work for it!!!! It simply is not hunting and the 1 show i refuse to watch!!! what a joke!!
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Old 09-25-2010, 12:38 PM
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Sittin in a stand is about as easy as it gets, and many whitetail hunters do the same thing the guys on TV do. I've hunted from a stand, too. But the food plots and corn flingers just make it a little funnier to watch how easily satisfied they are though. Many won't experience open country, won't experience spot and stalk, won't even experience muzzleloading or archery, and will remain amazed by the hunts on TV. Oh well.
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Old 09-26-2010, 11:57 AM
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David may be the nicest guy one could ever meet.......but a HUNTER he is not. He's a grower (of deer) and a SHOOTER (only with a with a gun). Give him a bow (or a gun without a guide) and NO deer will be harvested on his show if he is the sole hunter on another piece of land.
If memory serves, Morris was a writer for North American Whitetail, and I read one fine book on trophy whitetail hunting written by him. He'd likely have at least decent hunting skills to do that kind of work.
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Old 09-26-2010, 06:49 PM
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If you knew anything about hunting in Texas, you would probably move here. Don't dog David Morris for having massive productivity out of extensive management. If anything, people should take notice of what the great state of Texas does for deer and deer hunters. I know that not every ranch down here has deer that look like that, but thats there fault. The natural browse a protein in the brush down here averages about 30% in total protein nutrition and supplimental feeds help us cary our deer through droughts and long winters. So before anybody else trashes the older men of our state without using your head, how about thinking before typing!!
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Old 09-26-2010, 07:30 PM
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How can anybody watch any hunting show nowadays? They're all horrible. The titles alone make me embarrassed to share the same hobbies as some of these idiots.
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Old 09-26-2010, 11:49 PM
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I watch on ocasion just to see the massive bone some of those deer have grown. I do QDM on my tiny farm (<50 acres) but have nothing close to that. My "big" deer will score
around 110-130 but very few and far between. We kill 1 about every other year. I respect the time and money they throw into the place. I wish I had the means to do more with my property also.
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Old 09-27-2010, 02:50 AM
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I love the show. I clear my schedule every Friday night and enjoy the reruns as well.
He took an average patch of dirt and grew some monsters by giving them the right beans. It should serve as an inspiration to others as to what that 2-1/2 year 8 pointer will become if he is fed and protected. I would love to go out and help him with his cull bucks. While we are here on the internet wasting time bashing his show, hes out managing deer and setting up food plots.
I watched him on a hunt in Kansas last week and he practices what he preaches on other properties as well. He let a couple go that I would have put the smoke pole on. He ended up with a buck on the last day of the hunt, scoring in the 180's from about 300 yards from a shooting stick. Yea you keep telling yourself that David Morris cant hunt. He can hunt my farm anytime. I could use some pointers on how to get that monster out of the cut-down.
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