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post #24 of (permalink) Old 12-21-2007, 09:41 PM
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Originally Posted by onehorse View Post
One of the best places to hunt really big whitetails in the world is about an hour's drive from where I live along the Shields River, (Montana) but most of the good hunting land is leased by an outfitter who charges thousands of dollars to bow hunt there. He puts up tree stands, and has everything setup for mostly out-of-state hunters who want a trophy. These are free-ranging deer and there are no fences that any fawn can't jump over. It pisses me off that so much of that area is not available to the average hunter, but it seems like good old American business to me. Anyway, I might be getting a little off the subject, but do you think these deer should be entered in the book?
YES if there are no high fences

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