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It's only $20,000.00 and from the looks of the operation you can pet him before you shoot him.

 

Link to eBay whitetail auction

 

 

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I wonder if you get your money back if you miss?
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SOLD TO SOMEBODY, IS THAT CRAZY ARE WHAT
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Doesn't seem like much of a hunt.  I love the discription he posts on ebay:  "This will not be an easy hunt..."  Why is that?  Are the employees at the petting zoo going to be pissed off because you just killed their main attraction?
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THE POOR DEER DOSEN'T HAVE A CHANCE





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Hasn't sold yet, 20k is just the starting bid.
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This deer hunting business has gone crazy, hasn't it.  People are growing deer just like they do cattle, and selling them as "game".  I guess at that place you pull in and say "I'm here for #69".

 

They call it wildlife management.  There's nothing wild about it.

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Originally posted by mwyates mwyates wrote:

I wonder what I could get for this one?

 

http://www.opticstalk.com/photoserver/photoDetail.aspx?photo =3287

 

Do you know where that deer lives?  Is it free ranging?

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FELLER AT HOME NAME OF JERRELD DARNAIL, PAID BIG MONEY
FOR BREADING STOCK BUT NOT FOR KILLING,HE HAS AROUND 4 TO 6K ACRES BEHIND HIGH FEANCE HUNTS START AT ABOUT 4000.00
I CAN'T AFFORD THAT FOR A HUNT,MUCH LESS 20K.
BUT THAT WOULD BE A HELL OF A HUNTING STORY TO TELL!!
{THE COMO U WAS WEARING,WITCH GRUNT CALL,IT WAS HARD TO HOLD STILL HE CAME IN SO CLOSE
ABOUT THE MOST I PAY FOR A HUNT IS WHEN I GET TO GO TO
MURPHYSBORO ILLINOIS. THE REST ARE FREE, PUBLIC LAND.
I DON'T THINK HUNTING IS A SPORT,IT A WAY OF LIFE FOR ME
KEEPS ME OUT OF THE MEAT MARKET.I RAISE A BEEF EVERY OTHER YEAR.

IF SOMEONE CAN PAY THAT FOR A DEER I,M HAPPY OF THEM AND GOOD HUNTING
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A lot of this goes on.  Here's another place.

 

http://www.wildernesswhitetails.com/

 

I've got a friend here in East Texas who has high fenced his 3000 acres, imported deer from Kansas, and is growing some incredible bucks.  He doesn't sell them though.  He has his friends and customers out for hunts (I use the term liberally; these deer aren't tame, but not near as wild as most of the whitetails around here).  No, I haven't gotten one; I'm not a customer and not a good enough friend   He has a blast doing it.

 

I have a problem with operations like the one on eBay, though.  I'd rather kill a wild spike with my bow than shoot a monster buck with a tag in his ear.

 

 

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very true mwyates,

when i hunt on state land it is with a bow
about 80% of my hunten is done w/my bow. my son started bow hunten with me last year.he has killed w/gun before first one he was 7 yr. old he is 13 now. he has 6 does and 1 buck under his belt.it will be a little harder w/bow, the deer where i live walk around looking up in the trees it is all
select cut timber about 8 yrs. old so it is thick
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Looks like the http://www.wildernesswhitetails.com/ place found a way to crossbreed Fallow with Whitetail.  Did you see the palmations on some of those deer??

 

 

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