Four Season Whitetail's

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About Four Season Whitetail's

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    Trophy Hunter!
  • Birthday 11/26/1963

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Antlerville
  • Interests
    Long Tined thick based wide whitetail bucks.

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  • Hunting Location
    6G-8M
  • Hunting Gun
    weatherby 300 mag
  • Bow
    Mathews switchback

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  1. All is well, Thanks. I check in about everyday, My phone shit the bed and now having a heck of a time with Taptalk trying to get hooked back up. Bucks are putting new growth on already and even found a couple sweet sheds out in the back 40... Everyone stay safe till this crap passes for sure!
  2. But the research did show that there were declines in some small local areas? Which proves anything is possible. I know in our area at one time it was going backwards with numerous packs but after a war for a few years they are back to being just another mouth to feed in nature and the wildlife has came back to good numbers. When one see’s more dogs than other wildlife there are to many dogs. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Lol. Ahhh man did you just admit to a big No,No around some of these SPCA types? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Yeah I’m sure it is the Whitetails are the top food in any area that has Whitetails but I would guess our line would be a pretty steady line for most of our year with us having long hunting seasons and long winters. Prob start dropping in July until September and then start leveling off again. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Would like to see a real updated study done in an area say like ours that have a real four season years. I would bet they would dispute this study a lot. Of course our hunting season being long would put deer on their table for many months because of poor hunters but I would bet deer would be a very steady line across the study in areas that have real winter’s. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Maybe when you start paying the taxes on people’s land the they bought for their hunting enjoyment. Not the Vermin’s!! You do know that some of us actually hunt right? You can enjoy feeding the puppies on your property to cause problems for other hunters in your area and some of us can enjoy blowing them same puppies sky high. It’s all good! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I take the words of some smart people... In other states of course.. They say they want you to carry because they can’t say a cop will be there to protect you. Hopefully it will never be needed and a whole bunch of people are safer at the moment with me around wherever that may be at that time Me or mine will never be a sheep in line waiting our turn to see the Wolf. Our permits are unrestricted so it’s around most of the time. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Yes in some cases it is. My neighbor lost 14 fallow deer in one weekend. Ate part of one and just killed the rest. His land bordered our’s. Me having them in my backyard after my dog without fear. Me having some of the best deer and turkey hunting along with some pretty great small game all but wiped out! Remember they do not have to kill your deer to ruin your property? Just the mere running them non stop will take care of that. On top of that to have them run along pens chasing animals on the inside running them against the fences trying to put distance between them. So yes all out war was put on and will continue as needed to protect livestock and my property for it to continue to supply the needs I bought it for. I have no problem being called a poacher or any other words some might want to come up with. Until someone pays my taxes or replaces anything I may lose because of their useless Vermin they will continue to be destroyed as needed. Also will have no problem accepting anything law wise that might arise from my actions. But will say it again.... Most will never see a true Vermin problem. If you can sit in your yard and listen to packs talk to each other in 6 different directions and see more dogs than any other form of wildlife on your property you may have a problem starting, If not already. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I would have to say I’m with ya on the Fan thing but be careful because some on here think it’s taboo to even stalk Tom’s. Both tags filled about every year stalking the same areas but to each their own I guess. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Lol. I was waiting for the “Safe” guys to speak up on this one. You know.... The..It’s to dangerous to sneak on Tom’s. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. True That. And right or wrong, Anyone that really has a Vermin issue and are not will to take the law into their own hands be it right or wrong will never even scratch the surface of the problem. Our whole problem started prob 8 years ago when a piss poor farmer had cows... That he did not care for..And Lost, let them lay dead in the fields only to have 3-4 yotes out at them during mid day at times. Different family groups moved into the area at made dens. We had 4 dens on our property at one time. Years of all out war 24-7 all year and running dogs every winter around the local area had all but taken them out. The only time you will really take out the problem is when you take out the den. The young are history and the adults are taken out during the year. But again very few will ever see a real Vermin problem but will know when you do. Your hunting property will no longer be YOUR hunting property. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Best part is I would bet the farm that these comments come from guys that do not even hunt the animal and have no actual experience but read from 30 year old science. Most will never see a true Vermin problem. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Lol. Or have 3 of them in your backyard with your Lab pinned up against your sliding glass door scratching to get back in the house. Like I said, Most do not know what a true Vermin problem really is. A few pic’s of then killing a fawn or two or taking down a deer in winter is enough to piss you off and want to kill them but that’s not a Vermin problem. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. They can live wherever they like and in any numbers..... As long as it’s not on my properties. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk