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Neat Deer photos #828640 08/04/07 05:12 PM
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BigJim Offline OP
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How long do you think a Deer can hold his breath? Yes there is corn under the rain water.
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Re: Neat Deer photos [Re: BigJim] #828641 08/04/07 06:38 PM
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ChefMark Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Oh yeah that's that TX style huntin' shooting deer under a barrel.
Kinda like shooting fish IN a barrel.
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I used to hunt on a lease out near Seguin when I lived in Houston. Lot different than Back East or Colorado hunting for sure.


Chef Mark


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Life is like a hardcore offroad trail...put it in 4-lo and get over it!!

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Re: Neat Deer photos [Re: ChefMark] #828642 08/04/07 07:33 PM
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Mark Where did you see a dead deer? All of them I see are alive and dunking for corn.
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Re: Neat Deer photos [Re: BigJim] #828643 08/04/07 10:23 PM
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Nice pictuers Jim! Bobbing for corn, I love it.

Re: Neat Deer photos [Re: BigJim] #828644 08/05/07 05:45 AM
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ChefMark Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Didn't see any dead deer. Just commenting on TX style hunting is all.
Nice pics though.


Chef Mark

Life is like a hardcore offroad trail...put it in 4-lo and get over it!!

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Re: Neat Deer photos [Re: ChefMark] #828645 08/06/07 03:10 AM
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Knowing BJ as well as I do I am positive thet he is not hunting them. He just likes feeding thjem and the only thing that he shoots is photos of the deer and wild hogs with a gun on his land. at anyrate not all Texans use those methods im sure and to put them all in that style is just wrong.

BJ I am glad to see that your not floating away with all that rain that you have received (texas in general not sure how much you got). I know moose can browse under water but never seen a deer do it. Leave it to you to once again teach me something new. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/cheers.gif" alt="" />


out of all the jeeps in this town the d**n gremlin had to invade mine

I've done so much,with so little for so long i can practicly do anything with nothing
Re: Neat Deer photos [Re: cuervo25] #828646 08/06/07 02:37 PM
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ChefMark Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
didn't mean to offend.
merely my back east sense of humor/character rubbing the wrong way, regarding a very common/popular method of Texas hunting. Barrel solar feeding deer and hog trap/cages. Which when living in Houston I myself went to a lease to hunt in such a manner. I have just always found humor in that particular mehtod as I grew up hunting in Maine, Vermont, Mass and Colorado.

My sincere apologies to any Texans that felt I generalized or dissed.

I was making light of it rather than disrespectin'.


Sincerely,

Chef Mark

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Re: Neat Deer photos [Re: ChefMark] #828647 08/06/07 03:07 PM
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playinmud Offline
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idk how much rain texas has got but here in illinois we're supose to get 5 inches today, but then again how often is the weather man correct?


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Re: Neat Deer photos [Re: BigJim] #828648 08/17/07 01:12 PM
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hlhneast Offline
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Nice pics Jim! I have seen feral hogs in Florida do the same. I could here em blowing bubbles as they dunked thier noses under to gobble up the corn. I have spent most of my hunting experiences just enjoying the odd things game will do when they dont know someone is watching. I just bought a bunch of new camera equipment and cant wait to get out there once it cools down some. Keep the pics comin', I know I love seein them. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/notooth.gif" alt="" />


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