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Old 03-11-2013, 04:01 PM   #21
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Deer also kill a lot of drivers too, people get in wrecks trying to avoid them and get killed, more often than you think. I really think they need to up the bag limit in some areas to slow them down. I don't like deer much at all, I keep a garden in the summer and they get in there and get in my veggies and I wanna kill them all. That's a lot of ass busting work to keep my garden healthy and to see a deer destroy that pisses me right off. There is rolling fields full of grass around us yet the stupid deer gotta get in my garden. We put up a 7ft fence last summer though and that kept them out good, better than the old electric fence by a long shot. Coons and stuff can still climb in though.
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Better to use a gun to hunt deer and not a truck.....

Ammo is cheaper.....
$5000 bucks for a deer. That's mangled. At least you don't have to buy a tag..
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Deer also kill a lot of drivers too, people get in wrecks trying to avoid them and get killed, more often than you think. I really think they need to up the bag limit in some areas to slow them down. I don't like deer much at all, I keep a garden in the summer and they get in there and get in my veggies and I wanna kill them all. That's a lot of ass busting work to keep my garden healthy and to see a deer destroy that pisses me right off. There is rolling fields full of grass around us yet the stupid deer gotta get in my garden. We put up a 7ft fence last summer though and that kept them out good, better than the old electric fence by a long shot. Coons and stuff can still climb in though.

weird that the areas with heavy deer hunting have the most deer hits. (im from PA and have hit a few) out here in WA state, at least in the seattle area, not many hunters.. not many deer hits, lots of deer.
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