RobAlan said:Does anyone know of any professional videos that are not at some Ranch or managed property? Watching some so called professional hunter rattle in 6 very nice bucks within a 30 minute period and then brag about it is ridiculous. I also don't believe that Ted has helped Bow Hunting. Ted didn't make me go out a buy a bow and start hunting. I was Bow Hunting before I even knew he hunted. However, what he does outside of hunting could be applauded.
I'll lighten up when f'ers like you stop cannibalizing me and my brothers. In the meantime, KMA moron. Eat me and f you.Elk-ruse said:DT- Lighten up! This is NOT DT's personal bulletin board! Once in a while you post a thought provoking topic but when you start with the "KMA, Moron, Eat me" ****, you make yourself look like, well, a friggin Moron.
And you need to brush your teeth.It seams that every bulletin board has somebody that thinks they own the place.......Maybe you do, I don't know. But I do know that you really need to lighten up.
That's ridiculous.You basically ruin the whole concept of a board like this. I've seen it many times before. You singlehandedly WILL be the cause of the demise of this great place to share thoughts and information. If that's the type of reply people will get for posting an opinion that differs form yours, who the hell will post anymore?
Ah ha! Big surprise.Yes, I am one of those "Elitists" you hate sooo much.
That would get you shot around here. Destruction of private property is against the law.High fence? Cut 'em the hell down.
Then don't use one and STFU about it, cannibal.FEEDERS? What a joke! It's not sporting.
No, the chicken hunting thread was funny. It also had underlying meaning, but it obviously went over your miniscule head.Why else would y'all revert to the chicken hunting joke because you know in the back of your mind that it is not in fact a sporting method of hunting and it's your way of skirting the topic.
That's your attempt at being nice? All cannibals can KMA.Other than that, best wishes to you and yours for a successful and most of all safe hunting season.
I've killed mule deer in those CO mountains that were a push over compared to some of the hunts I've participated in on high fenced ranches. You will surely find a way to discount that fact, though.Erik from the non-fenced-free-range mountains of Colorado.
You think I want your *** in Texas? LOL!! Stay where you are, pal.BTW- don't start with the"come down here and see how hard it is" crap.
I've spent weeks at a time in the Rockies in New Mexico and Colorado. It's no stranger to me. Elitist is right. Eat me some more.I could make even the "chicken hunt" impossible for the non-believer. Better yet, lets swap hunts. I do know CPR and First Aid as well as high Alpine rescue techniques so I'll be able to rescue you from 12,000 feet after you pass out trying to keep up.
You cannibalized Ted with your nonsense (above) just as you cannibalized me. I aint tellin him jack for you. Eat me again. Eat me, eat me, eat me! Then KMA once more.BTW2- Love Ted, love what he stands for, own all his albums and books. Give him my sincerest THANKS since you seem to know him so well.
Same to you, my friend.Buckskin73 said:I agree DT. While most states were still shooting every buck that walked by Texas ranches were managing herds by reducing doe populations and harvesting mature bucks. A wonderful place to hunt.
good luck this year.
You must have missed my earlier comments. To reiterate, KMMFA!nwmthunter said:Here's my theory,If you control a situation with a game animal by high fences,feeders,water troughs,and you know what to expect, it is NOT fair chase hunting.When guys hunt animals that are living under these conditions and talk about there huge racks and what a trophy they are that is a bad deal because it was not fair chase and you used unfair means to harvest the buck.I personally do not know anyone locally in NW Montana that would think a animal taken under a controlled situation is a trophy.When I took a a 5X7 2 seasons ago I felt proud because it was a great hunt and I had no control over this animal's being.DT you are the opposite of every good hunter I know in Montana and that is your loss for sure.
Nor would I. Personally, I would not hunt an animal that had no chance of escape.Highstander said:How many take delight in hunting Programmed Animal's?,Surely not I.