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#5915460 - 09/06/15 02:27 PM my daughter's neighborhood in Driftwood
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And you can't touch 'em!

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#5915480 - 09/06/15 02:43 PM Re: my daughter's neighborhood in Driftwood [Re: pedrov23]
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Doh!

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#5915587 - 09/06/15 04:27 PM Re: my daughter's neighborhood in Driftwood [Re: pedrov23]
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Looks like my backyard feeder at night. My garden got hammered this year.

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#5916178 - 09/06/15 11:43 PM Re: my daughter's neighborhood in Driftwood [Re: pedrov23]
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#5928072 - 09/14/15 12:46 PM Re: my daughter's neighborhood in Driftwood [Re: QuitShootinYoungBucks]
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#5928147 - 09/14/15 01:41 PM Re: my daughter's neighborhood in Driftwood [Re: pedrov23]
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And they probably know they can't be touched. Wait a couple of years. Once they start tearing up yards bad enough a plan to eliminate some of them is bound to come up.

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#5928155 - 09/14/15 01:48 PM Re: my daughter's neighborhood in Driftwood [Re: pedrov23]
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Man... home of the "luckiest" buck in the world!
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#5930326 - 09/15/15 06:46 PM Re: my daughter's neighborhood in Driftwood [Re: pedrov23]
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Maybe you can shoo! them to a public hunting area and have someone on the other side shoot them lol..
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#5931285 - 09/16/15 10:04 AM Re: my daughter's neighborhood in Driftwood [Re: Hunt Dog]
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Originally Posted By: Hunt Dog
And they probably know they can't be touched. Wait a couple of years. Once they start tearing up yards bad enough a plan to eliminate some of them is bound to come up.


Lakeway when it first started and for a number of years had "those cute deer"

then it got to the point where 30 or 40 deer were standing around in the middle of major intersections and would not budge for horn honks or unless you just started to roll into the herd

and the lawns and landscapes were being eaten to the nub

they brought in some bow hunters and then I think even some "marksmen" with silenced low caliber guns and then finally trapped a bunch and moved them to Cemex property in Mexico that had been poached bare

I don't think they had a ton of accidents because you could only go about 20-25 mph around the neighborhood most of the time because they were everywhere

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