The High Fence Questions...

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I know some of you are aware of the elephant in the room. I've heard from a lot of you. The bottom line is I have no proof that any of the bucks entered thus far have came from a high fence area.

I have talked to the hunter/hunters that I've been questioned about and they have told me that the deer were not killed in a fenced area. Not a lot I can do about it if someone chooses to lie or cheat to win the few prizes we have in the contest this year. I hope you all understand and if you can provide proof then I will act on it.

Until then I have no choice but to put my faith in you all to do the right thing and play by the rules!

-Billy
 
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Look, it's a free contest. A few of the guys that play kill big deer every year they play. I respect that. If someone wants to enter a deer, likely shot in a HF, place a bag of Rack Extreme in front of it, then most here can see what the motive is. Happy hunting everyone.
 
And for the record...my buck was not in a fence. Not even a mid level horse fence. I was on a different spot. :D
 

BowanaLee

Senior Member
Oh lord, you caught me. You saw the fence in my trail cam pics. :rofl: :bounce:
 

spencer12

Senior Member
I'm not in the contest but I enjoy watching the pics roll in and reading what everyone is seeing.

I have no idea what this is referring to, but things just got interesting. :pop:
 

basschaser

Senior Member
Whoever is saying that hasn't been a member er long or doesn't pay attention. The biggest deer that have been entered has come from straight killers. They do it every year.
 
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Nicodemus

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City deer!! Maybe killed eating azaleas or tulips. The biggest deer are being killed in bow only counties.
Because there are no rifles. Same reason Iowa, Illinois, and KY produce dynamite deer. Dang gun hunters. :D


Ya`ll should see some of the bucks that come off some of our area plantations and farms down here in Southwest Georgia. They don`t get mentioned, don`t make the papers or social media, and if you don`t know the right people, you won`t ever hear of em, because most of the folks don`t care for the nosiness that comes with it.

Some true giants, both racks and body size.
 
Ya`ll should see some of the bucks that come off some of our area plantations and farms down here in Southwest Georgia. They don`t get mentioned, don`t make the papers or social media, and if you don`t know the right people, you won`t ever hear of em, because most of the folks don`t care for the nosiness that comes with it.

Some true giants, both racks and body size.

Even more true with the city giants. The average size of a city bucks antlers is far larger than a rural buck will ever be. Why? Age. Pressure. Etc.

But back to this high fence buck.....:banginghe
 
I personally haven't seen a buck entered I'd care to shoot in a high fence. I hunt Fulton myself but like nic said I don't show off or advertise my kills. And there are 130-140 inch deer running around all over the state.
 

Nicodemus

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Even more true with the city giants. The average size of a city bucks antlers is far larger than a rural buck will ever be. Why? Age. Pressure. Etc.

But back to this high fence buck.....:banginghe


One full time hunter and 2 part time hunters on a 15,000 acre plantation who will only kill one buck apiece is no pressure at all. And they are VERY selective.

Now, back to ya`ll`s high fence.
 
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