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    how can i ruin or reclaim a baited field...baited with dry corn pellets for deer...does human urine discourage deer?
     
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    Be careful messing about with another man's fields

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    o did i not make it clear its on my fucking property......long story....my husband gave permission without talking to me....funny i could have sworn we are co owners and make decisions together..guess not
     
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    apparently no one thought i would discover the baited field....he was wrong...now we are a house divided...total scream fest yesterday and its not going to be any better today....
     
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    Some anti-hunting advocates have been known to violate private property in order to make sure no one eats Bambi (except the wolves and mountain lions)..

    But, I do believe human urine keeps deer away.
     
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    great now i get to walk uphill for a while to pee.....guess who does not understand the total violation of trust and privacy ....apparently there is now a tree stand (on their property) that overlooks the glade where the baited field is
     
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    maybe fresh urine and only for a short period of time

    deer are used to human activity
     
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    Try using wolves, bears, coyotes or mountain lions to get rid of the deer. Or kidnap Ted Nugent and chain him to a treestand on your property.

    Or get some anabaptists such as mennonites or amish folks. They fuckin' hate deer and will shoot them on sight. They don't give a fuck if it's deer season or not.
     
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    jon_berzerk is correct..urine might work for long enough for it to cool off, but not much longer...deer are accustomed to our smells and don't react to them in the same manner they did 70 years ago. You could visit the field with a mower or weed eater and cut down the plants the deer are after, or perhaps spray them with round up...or you could plant the field with plants that deer don't prefer...keeping in mind that deer will eat most anything when they are hungry.

    Alternatively, you could get over yourself and realize that culling the herd is the responsibility of any land owner with enough land to support a community of deer and consider the fact that while a couple of deer per season may be taken on a baited field, that same field will possibly feed an entire deer community through the winter months after deer season has ended....or do you prefer that they simply starve and die of disease out of your sight?
     
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    And venison is yummy ...

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