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#6452356 - 09/14/16 05:33 PM Native vs Non-Native
WestTexasGolfer Offline
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Are there things you look at when trying to kill off the native deer on a high fenced place when there has already been non-native deer exposed to the property? If so can someone give me insight on what to look for to see if they have all been or mostly cleared off before they brought the new deer onto the land?

Thanks,

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#6452515 - 09/14/16 07:33 PM Re: Native vs Non-Native [Re: WestTexasGolfer]
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If you are trying to distinguish between northern deer and Texas deer, just wait and listen for the y'all vs you guys....it's easy to tell by the way they talk cheers

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#6452524 - 09/14/16 07:38 PM Re: Native vs Non-Native [Re: WestTexasGolfer]
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Deer from the Pittsburgh area say "yinz", so don't forget them.
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#6452533 - 09/14/16 07:48 PM Re: Native vs Non-Native [Re: WestTexasGolfer]
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Yes reminds me of my wife's family who said "you'ins"
Pronounced yinz. This was in northern Ohio, country folk. They talk differently than city folk from Ohio. And don't even get me on southern Ohio/Kentucky folk, couldn't hardly understand them but it wasn't southern talk...

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#6452671 - 09/14/16 08:55 PM Re: Native vs Non-Native [Re: WestTexasGolfer]
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Thanks, I will go listen to the deer in the morning and see what I can figure out!!!!

hammer hammer hammer hammer muyloco

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#6452780 - 09/14/16 10:02 PM Re: Native vs Non-Native [Re: WestTexasGolfer]
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roflmao

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#6453231 - 09/15/16 09:25 AM Re: Native vs Non-Native [Re: WestTexasGolfer]
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If they are from south texas they will habla espanol
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#6453242 - 09/15/16 09:31 AM Re: Native vs Non-Native [Re: WestTexasGolfer]
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Tough crowd bolt

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#6453325 - 09/15/16 10:21 AM Re: Native vs Non-Native [Re: WestTexasGolfer]
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Native don't have tags on their ears.

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#6453425 - 09/15/16 11:38 AM Re: Native vs Non-Native [Re: WestTexasGolfer]
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This is great!!!
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#6453583 - 09/15/16 01:39 PM Re: Native vs Non-Native [Re: PWRANCH]
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this is going about like I thought it would

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#6454904 - 09/16/16 12:26 PM Re: Native vs Non-Native [Re: WestTexasGolfer]
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Has it got to the point that native whitetails aren't good enough? My uncle high fenced 300 acres of his ranch in Mason (lot of deer but not huge) and started feeding protein. Some of those Mason county deer are over 160". I dunno, maybe I'm missing the mark. Seems like native deer are ok.

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#6454938 - 09/16/16 01:16 PM Re: Native vs Non-Native [Re: WestTexasGolfer]
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I would not bring in any deer until the native deer have been harvested out.
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#6456081 - 09/17/16 10:27 AM Re: Native vs Non-Native [Re: WestTexasGolfer]
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We have all seen pitchfork predator's 8 pt under the photo section. All natural. If that's not good enough for a hunter, I don't know what is.

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#6460300 - 09/20/16 12:14 PM Re: Native vs Non-Native [Re: WestTexasGolfer]
Erich Offline
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If a person brought in non-native deer and is attempting to kill off all native deer then I would imagine that they did so in the name of large antler characteristics. Although I agree with the above, native bucks under good management will grow plenty large antlers. I don't think you can distinguish between the two just by looking at them. although stocked deer probably have ear tags.

if its in the name of antler characteristics, then do like always...shoot the ones you don't like and keep the stuff you do to propagate.
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