deer proof fence ideas hints or whatever

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    had a doe and two fawns in garden today....and when i walked down ...i could see where the doe had bedded the fawns down...so suggestions of successful fences would be nice...with all the stats ....height of fence etc...electric or just angled? we are thinking of beginning by adding an electric to the existing fence and baiting it with peanut butter on foil....sounds a wee bit crazy
     
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    You could try some motion detection lights.
     
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    they just get use to them
     
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    Just invite that hunter over that you were talking about, and tell him to hang out for a while.
    BOOM BOOM BOOM problem solved.
     
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    no one is killing doe with fawns damn it.....but he is coming over today and we are asking his advice and you may refer to him in the future as my wildlife deer herd manager...thank you
     
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    We like to keep our deer around here in case the grid ever goes down.
     
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    it will solve the problem. And probably more humane than killing them by electric current :dunno:
     
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    I was thinking long, deep pits with stakes..........
     
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    You could try motion activated claymores. Strap a canister of foo gas to the front of each one just to make sure.......... Ground, bbqed venison.......
     
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    I’m thinking something like this

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    You may even get Mexico to pay for it
     
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