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Why can't we hunt year round on managed land?

Has anyone ever asked the DNR why we shouldn't be able to hunt deer or other big game on Fenced Managed Land. It would make since that their herds would need to be managed more than herds in the wild.

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Re: Why can't we hunt year round on managed land?

Depending on what state you live in and how high you fence is is what will be the determining factor in year round hunting. As far as wild deer go in the US they belong to the state and only belong to you after they have been harvested and tagged, or your harvest report filled out. High fenced deer is the only way you'll get to shoot them year round,unless you get crop dep permits. It takes a bunch of money and the right state to hunt them year round. You'd also need a ten foot high fence .

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