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    Not allowed to run dogs for deer any where near Sharon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunter John View Post
    Not allowed to run dogs for deer any where near Sharon.
    I'm not even sure if he said dogs or not he wasnt too detailed about the description and keep in mind this could have been like 20-30 years ago. It wasnt anytime recent.
    When in doubt.... Throttle OUT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunter John View Post
    One of the places I hunt The lady there owns a few horses and one day sneaking through the pasture to my stand I spy 2 does feeding under an apple tree. I back tracked out of site and approached one of the horses and started scratching her ears and she followed me back toward where the deer were feeding. I stayed on the far side of the deer as we approached and when I was about 20 yards away I took to one knee and waited for the horse to carry on. when the horse cleared kicking range I had an easy broadside shot and the deer had no idea I was there.

    Moral of that story is deer don't know how many feet a horse has.
    Isnt thst what Will Geer said to Robert Redford in Jeremiah Johnson....Lol

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    My favorite movie.

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    Spikebat I think your uncle has a problem with HUNTING and he's trying to find an easy way to say no to your request so he's come up with an "incident" that would justify saying NO. You likely don't want to hunt his property because the first thing that goes wrong will be your fault.

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    When I was finishing my degree here in Thunder Bay some years back, someone shot my friend's horse in its paddock outside of town.

    Their property backed onto Crown.

    Some people. . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by rick_iles View Post
    Isnt thst what Will Geer said to Robert Redford in Jeremiah Johnson....Lol
    out of the movie..

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    We had a case here years ago - some farmer was dead set on not letting anyone on his property - so one time he has charges laid against two guys for trespassing - they got fined - well about a year later someone shot two of his cows that were out in a field overnight - couldn't proof who did it but I think I can guess who - sometimes a land owner or for that matter someone can get another person really teaed off and someone gets even -

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    Horses and deer get along together well.
    Where I hunt the farmer when he was still around would feed the horses some grain every morning to see how they are.
    The deer would come at the sound of his ATV and it was not uncommon for him to be within 20 yds of the deer as they were accustomed to him coming. I have never done this with my ATV I think the deer must know even the sound of his machine.
    Last edited by huntrfishr; November 22nd, 2014 at 11:07 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoePa View Post
    We had a case here years ago - some farmer was dead set on not letting anyone on his property - so one time he has charges laid against two guys for trespassing - they got fined - well about a year later someone shot two of his cows that were out in a field overnight - couldn't proof who did it but I think I can guess who - sometimes a land owner or for that matter someone can get another person really teaed off and someone gets even -
    Joe, Canadians get Teaed off (usually Red Rose Tea) However American's do get Teed off. Unless you consider golf, then both Canadians and Americans get Teed off. I worked with some Aussies that would get Teaed off at precisely 10 am every morning, provided we had plenty of cream or milk. Almost started a donnybrook asking them if coffee mate creamer would be ok for their tea(who knew). Now married to a nice Canadian lady, I completely understand the blasphemy in my offering Coffee Mate. (live and learn)

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