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Question for high fence owners and managers #5922730 09/10/15 11:19 PM
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Do any of you have your property divided in two with a gap in the internal fence so all the deer that move from one side to the other have to move through there? It seems like a great way to catch all your deer (at least the ones that move around) on camera.


Re: Question for high fence owners and managers [Re: postoak] #5924812 09/12/15 02:49 AM
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We have a gap with a low part around 12' long works great for the camera. We also have protein feeders on each side about 100 yards from the gaps don't want all the deer staying on one side.

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