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.