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Thread: What should I do ?

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    What should I do ?

    I arranged to meet Woodmaster this morning for him to do a level 2 stalk on my ground.

    when he arrived a little late instead of parking outside the front of the bothy he drove round to the larder at the rear. When I went to see why he informed me that he had already taken a buck this morning, however the problem was he had taken it with his front bumper ! It seems that a small 6 point buck had jumped out onto the lane a few hundred meters from the bothy and as he was doing his level 2 he decided to take it.
    unfortunately it has done probably about 1k of damage to the front of his recently repaired truck

    so my dilemma is........ Should I charge him a trophy fee based on the one remaining antler or should I go for the full 6 points ?

    i might add he did have a successful witnessed stalk on a Muntjac later in the morning too.

    all advise appreciated

    ​P

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    Charge him for the buck, charge him extra for the antlers, charge him for not taking a shot, charge him for parking in the wrong place, charge him for the L2 stalk, charge him for the Muntjac and charge him for your time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik Hamburger View Post
    Charge him for the buck, charge him extra for the antlers, charge him for not taking a shot, charge him for parking in the wrong place, charge him for the L2 stalk, charge him for the Muntjac and charge him for your time
    You forgot to charge him for the damaged venison

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    Me personaly wouldn't have posted it on here as he too is a member as some will say charge some will say not, leading to another debate leading to no final answear.
    Sure you could between you both agreed to a mutual agreement away from here.

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    If you are claiming this is one of your bucks
    ​surely Woodmaster may hav a good case of charging you for damages...

    but more in importantly I don't think i would of posted this info on here or anywhere TBH
    has Woodmaster not only just hit and killed a deer with a motor vehicle , then picked it up and removed the carcass from the scene
    wot are the legal implications surrounding this??
    then with you knowing and receiving said carcass still did a sucessfull L2 witnessed stalk afterwards...!!!


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    Obviously an offence has occurred here of driving deer, under the spotlamps, & depriving hungry highways workers of burger materials.
    (The Unspeakable In Pursuit Of The Uneatable.) " If I can help, I will help!." Former S.A.C.S. member!

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    this is a little harsh you should give him a chance hows about if he eats the entire stomach content of the roe with his arms tied behind his back you will let him off the charges fairs fair

  8. #8
    I find it hard to believe you even posted this! Wot's the world coming to?

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    Glad to see this "humorous" thread has been taken in the manner it was intended. Unless I'm mistaken (I doubt it) Simon is a decent bloke and has made NO charge. Glad I'wasnt out with you Erik I'd be bankrupt. Now for those who aspire to be laywers the buck landed on the verge which "may" belong to the estate as its a small lane, so the carcass would become their property. I gave it to Simon who gave it back to me so no problem there. If it was the property of poor highway workers who now have no dinner, if they come and fix my f**king truck I'll cook the bloody thing for them, and hope it makes them ill.
    TBH after getting home from what turned out to be a most enjoyable stalk I have to laugh at the irony. The deer are fighting back. Plus I didn't want to spend 1000 on a 6 point buck. He must be the most expensive 6 pointer taken by anyone on here this season so far.
    Last edited by woodmaster; 12-05-2013 at 10:54.

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