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Old 07-20-2013, 12:58 PM
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And Yes, JMonte who also serves in the military will be coming up to my place to get a buck!
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And Yes, JMonte who also serves in the military will be coming up to my place to get a buck!
Where was my invite ;(
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Old 07-20-2013, 2:44 PM
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Its more like this:










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All this i enjoy on a daily basis.

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Nice pictures looks like a nice relaxing place to live.
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You will notice a number of posts have been deleted. If nothing is learned from that, the posters will be next. Stay on topic and stop the insults.
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I hunt right on the coast for blacktails and we have water everywhere.If you look for water here you'll find a lot of water and not a lot of deer.
The poster talking about water and deer lives in lake county known for being dry and hot during the season.We don't have any problem finding water here just too much fog.


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If you can get on a good ranch your success rate will soar and it will have nothing to do with skill or water or watching deer move or walk.
I hunted a 13,500 acre ranch were the club on it shot 60 bucks a year and over 600 pigs for 3 straight years.You could drive around and see 15 legal bucks a day without getting out of your jeep/truck.Tagging out on that ranch was no big deal ever and we lost our lease when they had the state come in to get rid of the pigs.Believe it or not we had a guy who missed over 20 bucks complain that the ranch wasn't that good.
I am not impressed with guys/kids hunting on ranches like that one telling me about the forked horn they shot.
A guy hunting public lands for 50 years with a 100 sets of horns is a real deer hunter not some punk whose daddy lets him and his friends shoot deer in the vineyard at night.

The problem with the deer in california is too many predators not enough fires and the DFG taking time away from the ending of our seasons and not the front of our seasons.They regulate the hunters and not the game.They kill more deer on the roadways each year than in the fields.

To those seeing alot of does/fawns and no bucks how did they all breed without bucks? Immaculate conception is only for the movies.
Interesting. Thanks for the info. Curious about something... How many of you hunters have held a shot because of fog? I would imagine that, even if you know the area, not being able to see what's beyond your target can happen in fog. Do you take the shot anyways, expecting to hit? How many have given up and lost out on a kill?
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Old 07-20-2013, 5:20 PM
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I lost a California 4x5 buck due to fog once...was crystal clear when I spotted him sky lined 600 yards away.....my friend is going "shoot"!"shoot"! But I just didn't feel good about it....
He was working his way towards me...low crawling,very cautiously...as soon as he hit 400 yards he was mine...then the fog rolled in and he disappeared like a ghost.I know he dropped into the finger of a canyon
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OP. Have you looked into vandenburg at all? Are you able to hunt there? If so, take advantage of it...
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Thank you for doing that and stepping in. It's much appreciated.

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OP. Have you looked into vandenburg at all? Are you able to hunt there? If so, take advantage of it...
Vandenburg has great habitat. Not sure what the regulations are though. Something worth researching.
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Taperx I noticed not to much grass left for the beef do you supplement with dry hay.Nice horse but be careful having him eat off the ground . We almost lost our paint because of that got dirt in her stomach but our horsemen saved her with a home remedy beer and vegetable oil threw both ends lol.

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Taperx I noticed not to much grass left for the beef do you supplement with dry hay.Nice horse but be careful having her eat off the ground . We almost lost our paint because of that got dirt in her stomach but our horsemen saved her with a home remedy beer and vegetable oil threw both ends lol.
That area is a small holding area that leads to the back part of the property. I kept them in there waiting for the calves to drop so i could monitor them. Yes i do feed them oat hay.

As for the horses. What you are describing has nothing to do with them eating off the ground. Most animals do. What you are describing is colic. Thats when a horse gets bad feed or moldy feed. Their stomach doesn't react properly and they get a blockage which is painful. They can then roll on the ground and their intestines can get twisted making it even worse. Surgery is then required or a bullet.
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I was told it's illegal in Ca to shoot a horse!
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Vandenburg has great habitat. Not sure what the regulations are though. Something worth researching.
Open for active duty military, retired military and base personnel. There are a lot of other regs in addition to state regs there.
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Old 07-24-2013, 12:51 AM
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Interesting. Thanks for the info. Curious about something... How many of you hunters have held a shot because of fog? I would imagine that, even if you know the area, not being able to see what's beyond your target can happen in fog. Do you take the shot anyways, expecting to hit? How many have given up and lost out on a kill?
What I meant by the fog comment is we couldn't see far enough to even see the deer it was just that foggy.
I don't think we have ever downed a buck and the fog kept us from finding it.
As to not being able to see past a deer due to the fog I don;t think a good buck was ever passed up if we could see it clearly but the background was foggy.
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