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neighbor #7337918 11/05/18 11:29 AM
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i was sitting in my stand sunday morning it was still dark looking around when a lite caught my eye i looked at it it was an infra red lite i got my binocular after it got light low and behold my neighbor has a camera on my feeder its on his property makes me wonder if he is hunting my feeder. what do you think.

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He'd be a fool to do that. Probably just curious what you're seeing without incurring any expense.


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He could be...

He could be just making sure your not coming on to his place...

Hard to say, without asking him


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Irritating for sure. The grass is always greener for some people.


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So you’re hunting a fence line? popcorn

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Your feeder must be close to his place if it is within range of a game camera.

Have you thought about asking / talking to your neighbor?

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nope not hunting a fence line. i can see the fence most of the deer come from his side

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that feeder has been there for 5 years without incident. maybe he has a feeder over there. i dont walk around to see what or where peoples stuff is at.

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The effective range of a normal game camera is what? 30 to 80 feet? Maybe 100' at most?

Would your shot be towards the fence line?

Have you talked to your neighbor and asked him?

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no sir seen it sunday morning. left and came home after morning hunt.he could have a feeder there i dont know if not he should a lot of deer movement over there. i dont know the people but last year they came driving thru with 3 teenagers in the back with guns but thats there property

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How close is your feeder to the fence line?

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50 yards

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Originally Posted By: SlaminEm
50 yards


That’s hunting the fence line in my opinion

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Originally Posted By: SlaminEm
nope not hunting a fence line. i can see the fence most of the deer come from his side


If most of the deer come from his side of the fence, then IMO you’re hunting the fence line.Evidently he has good, deer-holding habitat on his side of the fence. What’s the habitat like on your side of the fence so that most of the deer come from his place?

I was hunting a fence line myself Saturday morning and killed a spike. However, I was sitting with my back to the fence and looking into my property that has good, deer-holding habitat. I was also shooting away from the property line and into my property. There isn’t a feeder or food plot on my neighbor’s side of the fence, nor on my side of the fence. The fence has a wash out under it that acts as a travel funnel. The spike that I took was on my property and moving towards the fence, but I also watched a young six-point come from my neighbor’s property and onto mine. Because both tracts have good, deer-holding habitat and there are no feeding attractions on either side of the fence, I see no foul in my setup.

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Originally Posted By: SlaminEm
50 yards


roflmao roflmao hammer

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Is your keyboard broken?

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He prob wants to gather evidence of you shooting a deer close to his fence so he can take it to the GW and try to claim your bullet crossed his fencline when you shot the deer. If his camera is on his property and it can get pics of a feeder on your property then you are hunting the fencline.

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Fence line for sure.

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Originally Posted By: SlaminEm
that feeder has been there for 5 years without incident. maybe he has a feeder over there. i dont walk around to see what or where peoples stuff is at.

Just look over the fence since you are that close to it. hammer



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LOL, id take it as a sign that your hunting a little to close to the fence line. Chances are if you move the feeder the camera will go away too.


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50 yards!!!! loser8

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Originally Posted By: SlaminEm
50 yards

Clearly he set the camera up on his side of the property to keep an eye on you. To make sure you are not crossing his fence to recover deer or for any other reason. Good neighbors don't hunt that close to fence lines without prior consent.

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he dont need to keep an eye on me i dont cross fence line without proper approval of the land owner first. and i dont wound deer if i dont have a good shot i let them walk so. you owe that much to the animal.

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rofl funny how someone clearly hunting someone's fence line gets upset over a game camera. muyloco


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