Now, picture this: you got yourself a good-sized piece of land, and you’re thinkin’ about huntin’ on it. But here’s the twist – you put up a big ol’ fence all ’round that land, tall enough to keep them critters inside.
So, what’s the fuss all about, you might ask? Well, let me tell ya, it’s like creatin’ your very own huntin’ haven. Them fences, they create a boundary, keepin’ them animals from wanderin’ off and lettin’ you know exactly where the huntin’ playground is.
It’s a bit like creatin’ your own wildlife preserve, where you can manage the critter population, give ’em room to roam, and have a more controlled huntin’ experience. You might find all sorts of game, from deer to turkey, all within them fence lines.
Now, don’t go thinkin’ it’s like shootin’ fish in a barrel, ’cause them critters still got their wits about ’em. But it does change the game a bit. You’re huntin’ in a more confined space, but it’s still got that thrill of trackin’ and makin’ that perfect shot.
High fenced places ain’t all cut from the same cloth.
First off, not all them high fences are for makin’ money – some are just folks’ private huntin’ spots.
Some of these spots are small, while others got more room to roam.
There’s them with plenty of bushes and trees for critters to hide, and then there’s them wide-open ones where critters ain’t got as many hidin’ spots.
You might find places where they pack critters in close so you’re sure to spot somethin’, while others let nature decide how many critters hang around.
Some places tinker with makin’ critters big and pretty for braggin’ rights, while others let ’em be as wild as the wind.
And remember, this ain’t no one-size-fits-all kinda deal. How we hunt and where we do it, well, that’s our own call.
So, when it comes to huntin’ behind a fence, it’s a matter of what you reckon is fair game. Some say it’s all fine and dandy, others say it ain’t real huntin’. At the end of the day, it’s your choice, and ain’t no one else’s business what you believe.