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Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by Ktstroud3, Nov 21, 2017.
that's a big one.
I've heard a Dr who owned land out that way bought them and let them go to populate years back. I've seen them past billtown rd on the right side of the synder a few times. Congrats.
They hang around the Parklands of Floyd's Fork off Bardstown Rd, so you can spot one there often. We have a good amount of land all along Floyd's Fork not too far downstream from the Parklands but I've never seen one outside of the Parklands.
There are sika deer in this area. They escaped captivity several decades ago and now populate a piece of property that belongs to a friend. They are there. I have seen them. Not sure why they have not spread out to include a much larger area than what they currently occupy. I live 3-4 miles from the property, and I have not seen them here. Property along Floyd's Fork near Seatonville Road is the main area for seeing them.
Bullitt Co 12/1/17.
12-1-17 and today is 11-29-17?! Someone has a time machine! LOL
he would have been a dandy if given the chance to grow up.
Kentucky mooses in the future bub
They will do a number on those escarpment bucks!
Any one have a lead on the Kentucky Dall sheep? Looking to get on a lease. Have mountain climbing gear and Insurance. References upon request.
Congrats on the trophy, I've heard several times from several different people of the sika population in that area.
The story I've always heard was a guy had em in high fence. After he died some of the fence went down in a storm and they got out. Who knows but I've heard that same story from several different people.
There's would be very little hunting opportunity in the area where they are. A large portion of that area is The Parklands--a big park. There are also a lot of subdivisions and more coming. So it would be an opportunity for just a small portion of the population.
Apparently, such a hunt exists in the Commonwealth: https://www.huntersdomain.com/26221...ngs/2567/Kentucky-Texas-Dall-Sheep-Hunts.html
Thanks! but I only hunt free range wild populations of Ky Dall sheep.