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    I have not really been reading over the answers... but to me the most simple way to trap a deer and kill it without a gun would be to use wire line like one would use for shark, a treble hook in an apple and the wire wrapped on a tree. Deer will stand on two legs to reach at apples, when it gets the apple in its mouth it will then fall back down on all fours. When it does this it will set the hook and no way it can get it out. When you shank it, rather than a knife use a spear. That way you stay clear of the hooves.
    Nasty way to kill a deer... I would only suggest this in extreme emergency's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old GI View Post
    This reminds of a kid I went the high school with that did the "drop out of the tree stand with a knife" trick. The six point buck did quite well; he returned to school after 3 or 4 months in the hospital. Sooooo, be very careful trying to use a knife on a deer under any circumstances.
    There is a video on youtube of a guy doing this to a black bear. he didn't get hurt and he did get the bear... kinda stupid though. I tried to find the video but can't. I will try to find it again later
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    Holy crap Hunter 63, now thats funny. Haven't laughed that hard in ages. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by intothenew View Post
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    Beginners are allowed ten foot of paracord.


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    Quote Originally Posted by intothenew View Post
    Beginners are allowed ten foot of paracord.


    Advanced technique involves a third "hold", you bite a ham.
    LOL, well played.....and funny no matter who you are.....Thanks!
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    find a deer trail with a limb or something that they would have to lower their head to get past and put a snare their so when the deer lowers his or her head to go under the limb it will unkowingly put its head in a noose but getting close enough to kill him or her with a knife is another story

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    Does are easier as the rope/wire doesn't get caught in the antlers.........
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    Use a spear.
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    snares can be rigged to dispatch what you are snaring you can also use a "deer stop" to keep the snare from closing up all the way there is a dvd out on hog snaring you just adjust the snare up higher 18-24" off the walking surface to dispatch with a knife you are gonna need to lasso and hog tie the back legs and stretch it out I have watched a friend stab a buck to death not pretty and fairly hard to pull off stretching them out is much easier

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    I'll bet that meat was good. Probably enough adrenaline flowing throw that animal to float a ship.

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    Ive always wanted to jump out of a tree with a sharp stick onto a deer
    I Wonder Who was the first person to look at a cow and say, "I think I'll squeeze these dangly things here, and drink what ever comes out?"

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    My luck it would be the only buck in the woods that knew karate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick View Post
    My luck it would be the only buck in the woods that knew karate.
    lmao!!!!!!!! yeah same here
    I Wonder Who was the first person to look at a cow and say, "I think I'll squeeze these dangly things here, and drink what ever comes out?"

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    I would try bowhunting.
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    u can use the apple hung about a foot above an 18" slipnoose of aircraft cable. suspend the noose on 3 threads. Still a horrible way to die, it takes minutes for it to strangle itself to death. Snaring deer is illegal in most places, and rightly so.

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    hey everyone i'm cheryl, i'm new here and i'm literally laughing out loud while reading this thread. baseball bats and jumping out of trees with knives? ... i guess if you're hungry enough right?

    this is by far the most entertaining thread i've read yet.

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    wouldn't it be easier (and safer) to sit in your truck at the edge of a field around dusk and just run it over?

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