Jimmy Houston - High Fence Hunt

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Re: Jimmy Houston - High Fence Hunt

Postby BigIron » Mon Oct 01, 2012 6:37 am

thehc wrote:Why would anyone defend high fences unless they (A) owned one or (B) kill in one? It only benefits the few and makes all the rest of us look bad. In Michigan, it is responsible for bring in CWD, possibly tuberculous, and is at least partly responsible for our feral swine problem. It ruins their neighbors hunting by disrupting natural deer movement and is a black eye for the hunting community as a whole.Simply put..it isn't ethical and reeks of shooting animals in a cage. I have no idea why anyone would feel pride in shooting an animal that can not leave a confined area.


I'll give you another group who defend high fence hunting. Hunters who have never hunted high fences who understand that hypocricy and eating our own is counterproductive.
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Re: Jimmy Houston - High Fence Hunt

Postby Jslotter » Mon Oct 01, 2012 3:47 pm

Thanks Buckhunter21. Look what you did now. :roll:
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Re: Jimmy Houston - High Fence Hunt

Postby BigIron » Tue Oct 02, 2012 7:35 am

Jslotter wrote:Thanks Buckhunter21. Look what you did now. :roll:


Yeah. Look what he did. Flushed out another counterproductive "hunter".

It must have really sucked for you when that Texan came and told Wisconsin how to improve their deer hunting industry... :cry:
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Re: Jimmy Houston - High Fence Hunt

Postby Jslotter » Tue Oct 02, 2012 3:40 pm

Or how to make it easier. No thank you sir. Y'all need to take all the fences down you guys got around there and use them to seal the Mexican border to keep the illegals out. Now thats a great idea, and cost efficient for the tax payers.
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Re: Jimmy Houston - High Fence Hunt

Postby BigIron » Tue Oct 02, 2012 4:54 pm

Jslotter wrote:Or how to make it easier. No thank you sir. Y'all need to take all the fences down you guys got around there and use them to seal the Mexican border to keep the illegals out. Now thats a great idea, and cost efficient for the tax payers.


Dr. Kroll. :D

A Texan that Wisconsin paid to escort them to the 21st century.

Awesome. :lol:
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Re: Jimmy Houston - High Fence Hunt

Postby Jslotter » Tue Oct 02, 2012 5:12 pm

Kroll was nothing more than a well payed spokesman for the ticked off land owners and hunters of WI because the DNR didn't heed any advice or complaints from anyone for years. I agree, it is pretty sad we had to bring him here to do that job.
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Re: Jimmy Houston - High Fence Hunt

Postby buckhunter21 » Sun Oct 07, 2012 9:17 am

Woods Walker wrote:bucky! You're back! And just WHERE in the hell have you been?


yes, i'm back....trying to get back into making more of an appearance on here anyways. been super busy with work and planning a wedding the last year or so. getting married next weekend!

but anyways, hope all is well with you WW, and everyone else.

hey, thought this thread needed some new life! :lol:
QDM!

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Re: Jimmy Houston - High Fence Hunt

Postby Big Horse » Sun Oct 07, 2012 6:56 pm

New life for cannibals. Aren't those called zombies?
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Re: Jimmy Houston - High Fence Hunt

Postby unclebuck » Sun Oct 07, 2012 7:16 pm

BigIron if the 21st century is hunting in a cage sitting in a stand 30 yrds away from an automatic feeder where deer congregate like nuns to a church than I will stay in the dark ages here in Wisconsin. Heres an article you may like too. By the way Dr. Kroll didnt tell us anything the people of Wisconsin didnt already know. You can have him back. Have fun in your cage.

http://www.deeranddeerhunting.com/blogs ... funny-math

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Re: Jimmy Houston - High Fence Hunt

Postby Big Horse » Sun Oct 07, 2012 7:37 pm

Whats the average home range of a whitetail? 1 square mile? Yet high fenced ranches 10 times that are considered cages?
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