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    Question Lakosky's Hunts-Fair Chase??

    I have always been impressed at the deer Lee and Tiffany harvest, but was wondering if their Iowa farm is "fair chase" or is their land fenced??



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    300 acres of fair chase !

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    which farm..they have a good amount of land.
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    I'm sure its all fair chase and I believe they own close 2500 acres probably more now. That land is not all conjoining though.

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    They hunt 100 percent, 1000 percent, ONE FRICKING MILLION PERCENTfair chase.

    WHY would they risk all they have worked to build to get busted in a scam?

    Read my lips.......NO HIGH FENCES
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    Lee & Tiffany hunt fair chase, they are just lucky enough to have access to some GREAT farms here in Iowa.
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    I hunted right down the road from the Kisky's farm and let me tell you, that area of Iowa is awesome! I loved it and would move there in a second, but finding land to hunt that is not leased is nearly impossible.
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    What difference does it make?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike from Texas View Post
    What difference does it make?
    He's asking a pretty basic question. One way is commonly considered fair chase and another way isn't.

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    I might be a dummy but so far the Lakosky's are my favorite hunting show and they don't seem the type to hunt behind a fence. Lee hunted for how many days straight once? 70? I'm not sure. Probably would have tagged out sooner behind a fence.

    I just hope I am not prooved to be a dummy.
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    I think it is a great show and b/t it and the realtree gang I cant get anything done around here! I would say plenty of prime habitat not high fenced

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    It's all fair chase. They've got 1300 acres in Kansas that's awesome property too. No fences!

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    Quote Originally Posted by boarman1 View Post
    300 acres of fair chase !

    Isn't that number up to nearly 4, 5,000 total acres now? Heard they just picked up another farm. heck if I know though.
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    Even though I have seen the Lakosky's television progam many times I cannot say that I am particularly a fan of that program (nothing against it, just not my cup of tea). Even so, I can honestly say that I have NEVER seen anything on that program that is anything other than Fair Chase. The presence of fences in and of themselves do not necessarily mean that a hunt is not Fair Chase. After all, one may encounter fences even on public lands in places like Montana and Wyoming. Rather, the question is whether those fences inhibit or restrict the movement of game animals. I have never seen a fence in a Lakosky television program that a deer could not jump.
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    Hey guys,
    Everything that we hunt is 100% fair chase and always has been.

    Happy hunting!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AB328 View Post
    I have always been impressed at the deer Lee and Tiffany harvest, but was wondering if their Iowa farm is "fair chase" or is their land fenced??
    Its a terrible time when the question even has to be asked.
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    piggy in the house! Do they really own land in Kansas?

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    How do you define fair chase ?.... is 300 plus acres of food plots legal ? When does it start to be defined as baiting ?
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    The question has been answered.


    Quote Originally Posted by Piggy1 View Post
    Hey guys,
    Everything that we hunt is 100% fair chase and always has been.

    Happy hunting!
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    On another thread, I believe Tiffany said they have about 5K acres in Iowa.
    This is the place where brilliant minds assemble to willfully pool ignorance with questionable logic in order to reach absurd conclusions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boarman1 View Post
    300 acres of fair chase !
    Try 3500 acres or at least that is what Lee told me at the Iowa Deer Classic

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    Quote Originally Posted by CamSpeed View Post
    How do you define fair chase ?.... is 300 plus acres of food plots legal ? When does it start to be defined as baiting ?
    If the damn thing can get away, it's a fair chase.

    Why wouldn't 300acres be legal? What's different from that and hunting an ag field?
    This is the place where brilliant minds assemble to willfully pool ignorance with questionable logic in order to reach absurd conclusions.

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    No fences just QDMA....yes it would be nice to have CONTROL over that many farms..
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    Quote Originally Posted by CamSpeed View Post
    How do you define fair chase ?.... is 300 plus acres of food plots legal ? When does it start to be defined as baiting ?
    How do you define antler envy?

    Lee and Tiffany deserve everything they have. They bust their butts to try to shoot big deer.

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    Its nothing to do with that but leaving crops up in late December and early January is not common farming practice back in Indiana I could of left crops up and done basically the same. Again why is it baiting when you put a pile of corn out but its not to leave a standing corn field up. Might as well face it the deer all those so called great hunters chase are easier to go after less pressure less competition less everything. Im damn happy and proud of the bucks I've shot the blue collar way.
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