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How many people have hunted game that is fenced?

There you go again 7mm calling hunting what it is not.

I'm a lot more concerned about defeating those who'd like to see a sport we all enjoy done away with, rather than going after the guys who only hunt "fair" chase.

I personally have read every post youve writen and your starting to sound a little hipocritical to me and how do you even start saying he was talking about guided services alot of guided services have nothing to do with fenced ranges and you just tryed to put them in the same category there why is that?I dont think in ontario there is more than 5 guided fenced hunts. Every, sorry almost every guide ,guides you on crown land or owned private land not fenced properties with less than 200 acres.There is a very thin line in fenced hunting and for me and alot of people like me we just dont wanna cross that line and quit talking crap about people that prefer fair chase over it your father and grandfather might not be on your side, and they might be. I know mine wouldnt be. I dont think they had thoughts of spending thier hard earned money on going ot hunt a fenced property when most of them had to walk out there back door to hunt back then and had all the wilderness they needed right in front of them I dont think my family hunted anywhere but in our province.Im not saying anything is wrong with anyone that hunts anywhere else and Im not saying anything about anyone this is strickly my views and is not made to offend anyone its just my insight.I personally have enough forests and ridges around here too keep me guessing whats around every corner probably for the rest of my life and deffinetly enough wildlife to keep me going back. Thumbs up

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How many people have hunted game that is fenced?

There you go again atomikall turning something someone says into something it's not.

QUOTE:I personally have read every post youve writen and your starting to sound a little hipocritical to me and how do you even start saying he was talking about guided services alot of guided services have nothing to do with fenced ranges and you just tryed to put them in the same category there why is that?
Actually what I was doing was drawing attention to a statement kssticker wrote in his last post on this thread that CVC also touched on:

kssticker: Where is the pride in killing a trophy buck, when you new he was there to begin with? maybe you even saw his pic n a catalog.

I have no idea what the whole catalog thing is about, but what I was speaking to was his accusation that there is no pride in killing something you already knew was there-guess what? Guided services that are not high fenced, those guides there personally scout and monitor the game movements on their land-they know roughly what is and is not there, otherwise they would not have any business because their clients would continually leave unhappy and with no animals! That's the point I was making, again, one CVC touched on in his post about most hunters who spend time and money feeding, scouting, monitoring game on their hunting land-they know what's there, for the most part.

I'm sorry to break that to you, I hope it's not like finding out santa claus isn't real for you or anything.

You don't need to worry about what my father or grandfather have to say about how/when/where I hunt-they're not a part of this discussion last time I checked. They know where the internet is and how to use it if they want to get involved though.

Can I get some examples of my being hypocritical, as you suggested above?

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Not once in that post did you address what I said You keep calling hunting a sport time and time again HUNTNG IS NOT A SPORT GET IT RIGHT. Who cares what he says if you wanna hunt a fenced in area and feel good about yourself go for it all the power too you.I know your talking to kssticker and I agree with him on a few things and I also agree with somewhat of the statements you make but I dont take sides I really dont care what you guys do but I would say you give alot more ammo to the antis then he does.
By the way killing a buck in a fence is alot different then killing a buck in a field eating out of a natural food source not all of us plant food plots and you make it sound like we do.I also have no idea about the catalog thing cause Ive never seen oneor heard of one for that matter.For the next statement I dont agree with him on that because why would people hunt a certain area when they know there is no animals in it, makes no sense you obviously track them to know where to hunt.As for your family you should tell them to come on and get into the heat of this or do they have the same way of thinking as you do I hope not too many people do.BY THE WAY FOR THE LAST TIME HUNTING IS NOT A SPORT quit calling it one.

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How many people have hunted game that is fenced?

I must agree with atomkill, for me hunting is away of life and not a sport!

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Ty Thumbs up finally someone else agrees with me anyone else feel this way?

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Yes For me it's a time to reflect on the more important things in life, among other great gifts it brings. If it were a sport, there would be a competitor. There would also be consession stands and beer that you had to pay an arm and a leg for. I do have occassional tailgates though. T'aint nothn' like brewing a pot of coffee, and making breakfast on the back of the truck after a good morning's hunt. Besides, if it were a sport we'd also have cheerleaders. My wife would never let me hunting then!!!!!

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LMAO mine niether she wouldnt let me out the door. You gotta love that early morning coffee.

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Like I said in another post today, call it whatever makes you feel good. I hunt because I enjoy it a great deal.

Atomikall, never in your post did you respond and give any examples of me being a hypocrite. I'm still waiting on that. But I won't hold my breath!

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You wanna keep this going even though I offered a truce, Give it a rest 7mm.

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A truce? Where and when was that offered?

This was your last post that had anything to do with me:
Not once in that post did you address what I said You keep calling hunting a sport time and time again HUNTNG IS NOT A SPORT GET IT RIGHT. Who cares what he says if you wanna hunt a fenced in area and feel good about yourself go for it all the power too you.I know your talking to kssticker and I agree with him on a few things and I also agree with somewhat of the statements you make but I dont take sides I really dont care what you guys do but I would say you give alot more ammo to the antis then he does.
By the way killing a buck in a fence is alot different then killing a buck in a field eating out of a natural food source not all of us plant food plots and you make it sound like we do.I also have no idea about the catalog thing cause Ive never seen oneor heard of one for that matter.For the next statement I dont agree with him on that because why would people hunt a certain area when they know there is no animals in it, makes no sense you obviously track them to know where to hunt.As for your family you should tell them to come on and get into the heat of this or do they have the same way of thinking as you do I hope not too many people do.BY THE WAY FOR THE LAST TIME HUNTING IS NOT A SPORT quit calling it one.

Does your family have the same way of thinking as you? I hope not too many people do, otherwise all the hunting organizations out there who have ever called hunting a SPORT are going to be getting a lot of letters to the editor sometime soon huh? I really hate reading through all the BS ones like that in magazines in order to get to some real substance, such as politicians here who want to stop what we enjoy, or just some good tips on hunting for that matter.

I'll call it what I want.

I think it'd be best to leave families out of these discussions though.

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