Nice display! Those European’s came out really white.
Thank you.Nice display! Those European’s came out really white.
Anything over 300 inches started out at $25,000. They didn't even look real.I was looking into one just for fun seeing the prices and these jokers want 15k for some deer. Who would ever pay that? The place is 15minutes from where I hunt, I don’t see the point. It doesn’t seem fun and gollybum the prices.
There’s a video going around on YouTube where a guy in Tx on a high fence management hunt shot one of the ranches trophy breeder bucks.Anything over 300 inches started out at $25,000. They didn't even look real.
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I have many bucks in the 130-170 range that mean so much more to me than his deer does. Everything from trail cam pics, personal encounters and sheds they dropped added to story each one has.I never have been on a hunt with high fences and don't intend to. There's no challenge to it. I have more respect for an animal I have harvested in a fair chase than one that has been penned up all its life.
That makes wonder how those guys on TV pay.Most of these high fence ranches aren’t a quarter section with trapped animals in a pen.
Most of the Tx ranches run 20,000 acres up to almost a million acres on the King ranch.
Shooting a high fence deer in those situations is just as difficult as any non fenced area.
The people typically hunting those ranches are highly paid professionals that don’t have the time to scout, develop food plots and pattern the animals so they pay the price to get a trophy for the wall.
BTW if the ranch is a legal professional breeder, the DNA of the bloodline has to be submitted to the licensing agency that gives the permits. They are not eligible for B&C recognition.