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Old 06-30-2013, 08:32 AM   #1
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I spotted the Rehwild during my Saturday hiking adventure. I mainly hunt Roe and boar. Rehwild are small deer about the size of a large dog.

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Here is a Reh after a successful harvest and some meat on the table.

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The foxes are as big as the deer! What, no giant bunnies?

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I will try to get a pic of the giant bunnies this week. I see them on the post all the time...

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I like seeing animals in their natural setting.

And that's one big pile of dead animals. Those deer must be very small or the foxes are HUGE.

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I like seeing animals in their natural setting.

And that's one big pile of dead animals. Those deer must be very small or the foxes are HUGE.
I have more pics of that hunt. Boar, Roe and Fallow deer and fox were harvested that day. The fox are big and the Roe are small.
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thanks for the photos! amazingly small deer!!

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Very interesting photos. I learned something.

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Here are more. I need to start taking more pics of my hunts. I keep using the same ones. I shot a Reh and a fox on this hunt.

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It appears that the hunts over there are group hunts,, are they the type of European hunts with folks hired as drivers, and trackers, etc. ? I have read about some of these hunts in older publications and as I recall, much of the meat goes to the land owner or something of that nature and the hunters get certain cuts and preferred innards. Is this tradition still carried on there?
Looks like a Hell of a good time, had by all, but the logistics and keeping the hunt safe seems like it would be a big undertaking. Great post.

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