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Does anyone have a problem with driving deer?The area i hunt is a 200 acre lease that we try to manage bordered by a 300 acre ol

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  • Does anyone have a problem with driving deer?The area i hunt is a 200 acre lease that we try to manage bordered by a 300 acre ol

    Does anyone have a problem with driving deer?The area i hunt is a 200 acre lease that we try to manage bordered by a 300 acre old farm thats managed.Gamelands to our east about 500 acres,the problem is the dutchmen get together day after day and drive.They kill everything they see.Our wonderfull game comm (ha-ha)say they are doing no wrong.With 15-20 deer piled on a trailer.Any advise?

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    I dont have a problem with small drives where the little deer all left alone but i do have a problem with what you describe. when we do a drive we usually use about 6 guys, including standers. where are you from anyway?

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      I don't have a problem with deer drives or what they are doing as long as they do it within the confines of the laws established. Unfortunately for you you are trying to manage land for good deer but are neighbored by the opposite of your intentions. This is merely speculation but I think the dutchmen are hunting game for sustenance and not for trophy, so it is going to be a issue you'll have to live with. I completely understand your position feel for your problem but there is no good way to fix it.

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        You mentioned a lease,find another one.If this is unaccetable then try to develop heavy cover where deer can hide to your favor.If they are taking so many, there has to be a lot of deer.I would bet more than a few old bucks already are wise to those tactics.

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