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Old 10-21-2017, 08:06 PM
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That ghost hunting on tv doesn't do anything for me.
good point - put big foot in that category too I guess!
I do like when one of the big foot hunters says "you're not doing it right!" when another hunter makes the big foot howling noise or whatever.
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fox, especially on horseback. That must be terrifying for the poor fox, dogs & horses chasing you down until you are exhausted. I honestly don't understand the appeal of that.
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For me now a days my turn off is a hit list deer hunt on managed property. I did it for years owned the land, managed large hunting clubs, spent the money...

Iíve taken to roaming 5 deer/square mile(if that) national forest in north Georgia. Freestyle camping and the wildest land I can get to reasonably.
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Only predator I hunt is coyote. I enjoy trying to outsmart them and keep them off my cattle lease.
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