how to keep deer away

Discussion in 'Outdoor Growing' started by dew-b, Mar 1, 2007.

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    schmokee

    schmokee Active Member

    Also, try bringing a male dog with you. Let him mark close to your patch. Deer do not like dogs (canines), and the marking may encourage other predators in area (fox,wolf,coyote,etc.) to investigate the dog smell and in turn remark the area with their own scent and make an "invisible" danger/ no go area (high predator activity) for deer.
    Food for thought...
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    Biggietalls

    Biggietalls Well-Known Member

    the louder the better a bow is just too quiet for me :mrgreen:
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    Godkas

    Godkas Well-Known Member

    WAIT not flyswatters. Hide in the bushes with a wiffle ball bat in each hand. When they get near just roar and start beaning them with them.
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    green_nobody

    green_nobody Well-Known Member

    you don't know deer, they jump those 7ft. okay had them never in my little grow and set was barb wired up to 7ft but we had them always in hay yard and for that the had to jump 8ft high plywood walls to get in:evil:


    no shit about that, we finally stoped them by puting 4x4s up with barbwire like a prison wall just to the outside, so the had to jump 9ft and barbwire which was enough, never seen one in after nor found traces:mrgreen:
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    green_nobody

    green_nobody Well-Known Member

    then go for a .54 or bigger muzzle loader, damn loud lots of smell and a white out that smokes every deer in a mile:D a industrial .8ga gun/cannon will do the same, remington still build those:D
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    green_nobody

    green_nobody Well-Known Member

    a well placed .22lr will do the same job without the thunder;) really, within 150ft a .22 is the most accurat bullet and enought for a spinal/head/heart shot which will kill it for sure, you just have to be a good shot;) and .22 is the best to silence, even from a rifle just above speed of sound, pressure in the barrel drops already after 8" since then all powder is burned... .22s are nice stuff!:)
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    green_nobody

    green_nobody Well-Known Member

    bows are hard to master, even compound bows, toke me a year to master my really in terms to be capable to hit 98% of my shoots on 30 yards but it just toke me a day and 200 rounds to become a great shot with a .22 rifle:mrgreen:
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    Biggietalls

    Biggietalls Well-Known Member

    yeah a .22 round will go a hell of alot farther then 150 ft. but once again just too quiet and muzzle loader would do good but it's just one shot I need atleast 5-6 rounds....if a deer was eating my plants i'd want that mother fucker turned into hamburger on site
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    green_nobody

    green_nobody Well-Known Member

    sure it does, i shot pop cans from 300yr with my anschutz rife:D and that it is not as loud as other guns is my benefit of it;)

    and a muzzleloader be loaded with balls and shot or just smaller balls riding on a caliber sized one and their are side by sides too but they are not cheap:( you could also by a muzzleloader revolver in .44 just a .44mag. with the right load of slow-burning powder a .44mag produces hell of a lot noise and a big ass muzzle flash, and it holds 5-6 rounds;) ruger super blackhawks are nice by the way and they pack the stuff;):D

    and to the hamburger again, balls and shot make really a mess with what they hit on short range, nasty!:D
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    Biggietalls

    Biggietalls Well-Known Member

    used to have a .44 mag with a big ass scope on it bought it for 250 had been shot about 5 times but ended up tradeing it in for a camo .22 with a ridiculously high powered rifle scop on it and a 12 gauge with a turkey choke very nice guns
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    mogie

    mogie Well-Known Member

    The fencing suggestion works fine around a dozen plants or so. Deer won't go into a small fenced in space (I am talking like 10 x 10) if they can't easily jump out. Add to that plastic chicken wire over the top held up by stakes and no deer. All of these gun blasts are ways of attracking unwanted attention.
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    Biggietalls

    Biggietalls Well-Known Member

    yeah but it's soo much fun
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    mogie

    mogie Well-Known Member

    Attracking unwanted attention is fun?
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    Biggietalls

    Biggietalls Well-Known Member

    no just the blowing animals apart thing..........but i guess if your not in a secluded area away from many house's and people then i suppose you shouldnt shoot any guns that way theres no attention attracted.
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    mogie

    mogie Well-Known Member

    Blowing animals apart is fun? Innocent animals gross. Now that children abuser John Couey I will take first shot please.
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    green_nobody

    green_nobody Well-Known Member

    well if you live in the inner city maybe, out where i used to live - no way, my next neighbor was 5 miles away from the grow and 7 from the farm and his kids been shooting squirrels and deer all around the year too:mrgreen:
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    green_nobody

    green_nobody Well-Known Member

    not a bad trade but not the best also if the .22 is a lousy shot, and what type was the 12ga? if it was a remington 870 or better it was not a bad trade after all:)
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    green_nobody

    green_nobody Well-Known Member

    i don't blow them apart, i make a quick human kill and have then some BBQ with them as special guest:twisted:
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    Biggietalls

    Biggietalls Well-Known Member

    it's a pointer a5 copy semi-auto

    and the deer are the same way over here in indiana hell me and my buddies go down a trail not even a 1/2 a mile away from a little town has about 75 ppl max. and play a little game we call "anything that move's" get anything between deer>squirels>birds>rabbit hell well even go for butterflys just b/c fun as hell :-D
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    Otoole

    Otoole Active Member


    This makes me want to quit smoking, just to get farther away from you.

    Just imagine for a moment an alien species landing in your yard and using their superior technology to torture you, just because they can.

    I suppose my words are wasted. Go back to dreaming up things Calvin can piss on.

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