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Something Wonderful: Locked Bucks Freed with Chainsaw

The next person to tell me that hunters do not care about being stewards of the land and wildlife can go sit on the stool in the corner with the pointy hat on.

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  • John Venlet December 18, 2019, 9:49 AM

    “Well, we’ve got stuff that’s got to get done, let’s get goin’.” Perfect.

  • Juliette December 18, 2019, 9:53 AM

    That was astonishing and terrifying. My heart was in the throat for the safety of the animals and the humans. Thank you for sharing.

  • Rick December 18, 2019, 11:07 AM

    There was no safety for the animals. If these guys hadn’t come along one or both deer would have died, locked together forever.

    Here’s one of an elk saved by guys that were hunting elk!

  • ghostsniper December 18, 2019, 11:35 AM

    Pretty ballsey to take that on like they did. In a second he could have been impaled, and with a running Stihl, severely cut too. Now let em run and do their thing and maybe next year they’ll be on the supper table. The weather there, where ever it was, looks like around here now. Saw 8 deer out back this morning. A lot of people around here keep a chainsaw in the truck for downed trees on the road. Since we moved here I have cut up 8. Once a deputy stopped and helped, another time a woman helped. Regardless, no one gets through til it’s done. Used a Poulan the first few years then I got smart and bought a Stihl. Buy Stihl cry once, buy anything else cry twice.

  • Patvann December 18, 2019, 12:45 PM

    Led Freedom ring. ..Or simply help it ring!
    Unless you are a Denier of Freedom.
    And ringing.

  • Casey Klahn December 18, 2019, 6:01 PM

    That was some manly shit right there. Good job!

    I have broken up actively hunting coyotes as they were predating deer. It may sound preferential on my part, but we husband the deer, not the coyote.

    Around here, it hasn’t been uncommon on a hunting day to observe 150 or so deer afield. Now, with the idiotic no-hound hunting laws vis. cougar, and with the introduction of wolves in the West, the deer have been predated to almost nothing. We note when we see the smallest buck – it’s rare now. Also, they had the hard luck of suffering from blue tongue (a viral disease) the past few years. It’s heart-breaking to see the herd so decimated. As a result, the coyote population is also down.

    The guys in this video know what side the bread is buttered on. Their actions speak much louder than the anti-hunting crowd.