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Old 01-20-2013, 07:27 AM
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No need for a license either.

Pricing for Hunting Inside Our Preserve 2012-13 Season
166-175 = $8,900 (USD)126-135 = $3,000176-185 = $11,000 (USD)136-145 = $4,000186-195 = $14,000 (USD)
196-201 = $14,900 (USD)
146-155 = $5,000 156-165 = $6,500Non-typical deer price based
202+ = Call for availablily and pricingon gross score.

It may be 1,200 acres but I have a feeling they know where these deer are going to be especially if there is over the natural capcity inside the fence and the use supplementa feeding.

Not my thing you want to do it go ahead, just don't be surprised when some one you tell where and how you got the monster shakes their head and laughs just a little bit.

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Old 01-20-2013, 07:30 AM
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Im far enough away from the line an I just now put my climber up I'm going to hunt him this evening.. An the rut is full blast right now. Would grunting work?
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Old 01-20-2013, 07:36 AM
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You must be way down south somewhere to still be hunting and have the rut in full swing. Grunting won't hurt anything, but if he's locked up on a hot doe somewhere he won't leave her. IMHO hunting a good buck right before the rut starts and they go bananas is the better time to get him when he's just out cruising before the does really start driving him nuts. Once the rut really kicks in they are on the move and have no pattern for the most part.
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Old 01-20-2013, 07:42 AM
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CharlieP---I didn't know you owned a hunting preserve that charged by the inch, LOL! If you're trying to diss on the OP you're doing a good job, but if it took him three years to get that deer and with others hunting the property all that time it doesn't sound like a "gimme" canned hunt that I abhor!
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Old 01-20-2013, 08:04 AM
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Or he isn't that good of a hunter. Or it's all a story just like the guy last week that posted for the other place on here an ended up working for them. The guy has three posts two of them are on this place sorry if I'm a bit skeptical but just because it's on the internet doesn't mean it's true. He has been hunting for three years? How many trips three?

Just remember to call ahead for the availibilty on those bucks over 202 inches wouldn't want them to be out stock and ruin your hunt.

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Old 01-20-2013, 08:38 AM
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Nice buck congrats!love the mass
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Old 01-20-2013, 09:03 AM
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"Hello, I'm calling to see if you have the deer on page 22 of your catalog available, the 186" one?"

"We sure do, he's in the back 40."

"This is a fair chase hunt, right?"

"Absolutely!!"
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Old 01-20-2013, 09:29 AM
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Thanks for the help. An yeah I'm from south ms... He is on 40 acres of 15 year old pines an other people's land surrounds mine I'm tryin to get him before they do
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Old 01-20-2013, 09:45 AM
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Originally Posted by WestVirginiaBrent
High fence is high fence is high fence concerning the subject at hand, and it's not for me, whether it be 10 acres or 1200 acres.

Concerning the deer, congratulations, he's a hell of buck, and as long as you are happy and proud, that's all that matters. With that neck and mass I would certainly get him mounted in a semi-sneak position to highlight both.
I have to agree here. It is a great buck, that is for sure and if he is proud that is all that matters.

This is though a high fenced operation. While most free roam land has a carry capacity of deer with a limit of mature bucks, this type of hunt does not. The land will hold as many mature bucks as they can put in there. Someone could say they've been trying to kill a deer for a few years, but how many other bucks are they going for as well? On the land I hunt we get about 5 shooters on camera over 130" a year on 300 acres. On high fenced land there are as many buck on there as the fence can hold in. They can have a 150" deer for every five acres if they wanted too. They are growing bucks then "releasing" them into the high fenced area. We don't know how many bucks they have to know how sporting it was. If there is one buck on 1200 acres, its a pretty good hunt. If they have 100 bucks over 130" on this land, it really isn't hunting, more like killing. Plus, I am a big opponent to any place that says, "Sorry, you can't kill that deer, it's not in your price range"

All said and done, if he is proud of his deer, that is all that matters. It's just not my type of hunting.
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Old 01-20-2013, 10:02 AM
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Good post fastetti and I couldn't agree with you more if that's the type of place it is and it's sounding more and more that way after I looked at their website!!!
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