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first time i seen a wild dear :-)

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by R10, Apr 30, 2012.

  1. R10

    R10 Engaging Member

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    hi people i went out the other day with a mate and we was walking threw some local woods camod up and quitely talking when we herd something moving so we stopped and looked and around 15 metres in front of us there was a dear stood there eating we moved for a closer look and it got spooked by us and trotted off i could not beleave how big it was. just thought id share my info with you guys hope this is in right place cheers.
     
  2. Donki Oaty

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    Was it a Roe Deer?

    Ps: My mrs can be a wild old dear when she doesn't get her way!
     
  3. Dunkman

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    First time you have seen a wild deer??????

    It's deer central around here with the bloody things all over the place, so much that certain roads you have to be on your guard because one will spring out of the woods, followed by up to 12 more from the herd. Catches people out as they think "phew missed that one" then they carry on driving only to hit the next in line to jump into the road.
     
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    Same as Dunkman....deer all over the place here, had a muntjac run into the side of my van, did a fair bit of damage. Roe deer regularly trot out as I travel through the woods, where there is one there is always another ready to follow!!
     
  5. gasman

    gasman don't try this at home,,,,,,

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    i wrote off a brand new tranist van 6 years ago,came round a corner their it was,blicking thing turn around and jumped back in to the road stright infront of me,lucky when you think about it,as i was on a bend and coud have gone off into a tree :eek:,still he was bloody tasty ,best sausages ever :D

     
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    nearly been wiped out twice! slowed down for bambi to cross the road only for its bloody mother to decide to play chicken with me!!;)
     
  7. Donki Oaty

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    They seem to be all over the place nowadays. Be careful if you're going along the M180 as they like to cross especially between jct's 1 and 3.
     
  8. bradleymarky

    bradleymarky Keyboard Hero

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    We dont get much deer in these parts......the locals would think its an "oss"....thats horse to you :D
     
  9. career 707

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    lovelly to see , so majestic. Managed corectly, they will be more & more to see. Shot by idiots, they will be scarcer than ever. Now that would be a shame ! ;)
     
  10. Donki Oaty

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    Our lass and I play the "Oss" game on long journey's 1 point per Oss seen, 2 points for an Oss in transit, 2 points for on Oss in blanket and if there's more than one Oss in a field it's still only 1 point (or 2 if they're in blankets)!
     
  11. theobencarbine88

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    I come accross deer sometimes when i'm out hunting.... Had a few in my crosshairs but theres no way i would ever pull the trigger
     
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    Rare oppertunity indeed in the north-west area, but they are growing in numbers and spreading. Two took me by surprise late last year.
     
  13. DaveC_24

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    We were taken by surprise when shooting up on the airfield the other day; we'd just set up our targets and this doe came out from behind the mudbank we use as a backstop, saw us and did a runner! Not seen a deer up there before - I wonder if it was from the woods that are a few hundred yards away.
     
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    Spell check?
     
  15. Donki Oaty

    Donki Oaty Post Whore

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    Calm down dear! It's only a thread!
     
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    There's plenty near to me but very rarely seen.They seem to keep to the high moors laying low during the day but in the early hours they come down out of the mist and are sometimes seen bouncing down the main road.A lovely sight to see and very graceful, beautiful animals.Came face to face with one many years ago as i was out around 4 in the morning taking a walk, unable to sleep with things on my mind, i heard the sound of hooves behind me and spun round to be faced with this huge beast that skidded to a panicked halt not 10ft from me, it froze,i froze and we just looked at each other for seemed like ages, then it suddenly gained its senses panicked again and bolted.
     
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    You do realise that is classed legally as poaching.
     
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    it wasnt if you had a valid game licence, because, then you had a the right to take game, but that was abolished
     
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    i was out this morning and was taking pics of a herd of 25 wild red deer, 1 stag and 3 spike males, all in south yorkshire, got to within 60 yrds,
     
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    Wrong. If you run a deer over and put it in your car it is poaching. If you are following a car that hits a deer, you can put it in your car cause it's then classed as road kill. Game licenses have **** all to do with it.
     

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