Sunday, October 02, 2011

Do the Doe

Can't eat horms
I would like to convince all of the people who manage their leases for trophy bucks that they need help with doe population control.  I have heard of hunting clubs making rules that each member must kill a doe before harvesting a buck. This is to ensure quality deer management.  I would like to humbly offer my services free of charge to come to your lease at my expense and crop your does. I promise I will not only pass on all the old grizzly bucks I see but I will document their movements for you members that wish to harvest these over the hill bucks.  I think it is a wonderful idea and any of you guys who wish to take me up on it leave a comment, that is if you are within driving distance of East Tennessee.  I sure am tired of hunting public land your pal the Envirocapitalist.


  1. That is a very good idea and I'm sorry I didn't think of it, good luck.

  2. I found your comment on Tovar Cerruli's blog and I wanted to say something-
    "I have never eaten moose (not found here). But I can imagine with their size one could feed my family for a year."

    A large white-tail buck yields 120 pounds of meat- it keeps a man for an entire year. A moose than yield 300 to 500 pounds- that'd probably keep a family of four for a year and a half.


  3. Motaki, I would like to know where you live I have yet to skin a whitetail that I was able to get 120 pounds of meat off of. I have skinned more deer than I can count and I would say only a quarter of them weighed 120 punds field dressed. I guess the deer are smaller in E. Tennessee. A typical year for my family of four is to eat six deer couple of Turkeys, some squirrels, groundhogs, and some crappie. Your pal the Envirocapitalist