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Fisher county #5968822 10/09/15 08:57 AM
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I'm looking at a lease in NW Fisher county. Can any of you guys comment on the deer quality in this area? Property has both whitetail and mule deer. Thanks in advance.

Re: Fisher county [Re: TTT Ranch] #5969188 10/09/15 02:48 PM
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Can be very good for both species.

The drought of 2011 killed about 50% of the population and the biggest part of it was the fawns.

So very few 4 year olds. If the property is not overhunted it has the potential for very good bucks.

Most of the MD are around the breaks where the river runs through. The biggest problem hunting this area is too many hunters per acre.

Should not hunt more than 1 Hunter per 500 acres.


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Re: Fisher county [Re: TTT Ranch] #5969274 10/09/15 03:27 PM
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Some very large deer near the Double mountain fork and it's tributaries.


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Re: Fisher county [Re: TTT Ranch] #5969352 10/09/15 04:02 PM
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Fewer deer per acre than other places, but some better quality in spots. Like pitchfork said too many hunters per acre and drought have hurt some areas.

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