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T-Hat Mar 29th 2015 07:19 PM



Not sure if anybody was interested in this, but I would like to see what others think about how the sale prices looked.


Here are the Lot details. http://www.alabamadeerassociation.or...15-catalog.pdf* I think I got all the prices correct.


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Lot 01 ***************** Bred Doe *********** $7,000


Lot 02****************** Bred Doe************ $7,500


Lot 03****************** Choice Fawn****** $10,000


Lot 04****************** Bred Doe************ $9,000


Lot 05****************** Doe Fawn*********** $4,500


Lot 06****************** Bred Doe************ $20,000


Lot 07****************** Doe Fawn*********** $6,000


Lot 08****************** Choice Fawn****** $4,000


Lot 09****************** Bred Doe************ $5,000


Lot 10****************** Choice Yearling* $24,000


Lot 11****************** Doe Fawn*********** $6,000


Lot 12****************** Choice Fawn****** $7,000


Lot 13****************** Choice Fawn****** $7,000


Lot 14****************** Choice Fawn****** $12,000


Lot 15****************** Bred Doe************ $8,500


Lot 16****************** Choice Doe******** $5,500


Lot 17****************** Choice Fawn****** $10,000


Lot 18****************** Choice Doe******** no sale


Lot 19****************** Choice Fawn****** no sale


Lot 20****************** Bred Doe************ $4,000


Lot 21****************** Bred Doe************ $6,000


Lot 22****************** Bred Doe************ $5,500


Lot 23****************** Choice Fawn****** $6,500


Lot 24****************** Bred Doe************ $5,000


Lot 25****************** Choice Fawn****** $3,000


Lot 26****************** Doe Fawn*********** $9,000


Lot 27****************** Choice Fawn****** $6,000


Lot 28****************** Bred Doe************ $4,500


Lot 29****************** Bred Doe************ $4,000


Lot 30****************** Choice Yearling* $6,000


Lot 31****************** Bred Doe************ $4,000


Lot 32****************** Choice Embryos $21,000


Lot 33****************** Bred Doe************ $13,500


Lot 34****************** Bred Doe************ $20,000


Lot 35****************** Choice Fawn****** $3,500


Lot 36****************** Choice Fawn****** $4,500


Lot 37****************** Choice Fawn****** Missed Sale


Lot 38****************** Choice Fawn****** $2,500


Lot 39****************** Bred Doe************ $3,500


Lot 40****************** Bred Doe************ $3,500


Lot 41****************** Doe********************* $6,500


Lot 42****************** Bred Doe************ $6,000


Lot 43****************** Bred Doe************ $5,000

champs01 Apr 2nd 2015 06:01 PM

Am I missing something? I understand there borders are closed, but there prices were for the most part better than most of the sales ive seen this year. Is that because of the closed borders?

Four Seasons Whitetails Apr 2nd 2015 07:42 PM

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Am I missing something? I understand there borders are closed, but there prices were for the most part better than most of the sales ive seen this year. Is that because of the closed borders?




Thats because they have a great Association filled with great people and closed borders with high fence hunters. When a guy can sell 100 stockers a year in his own state he is doing great. There are many pushing those numbers. *Its crazy how they and Texas operate, Their 200 inch bucks bring twice what the same buck in the north would bring.

Whitetail Sanctuary Apr 3rd 2015 06:02 AM

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Thats because they have a great Association filled with great people and closed borders with high fence hunters. When a guy can sell 100 stockers a year in his own state he is doing great. There are many pushing those numbers. *Its crazy how they and Texas operate, Their 200 inch bucks bring twice what the same buck in the north would bring.




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Why is that ?

Four Seasons Whitetails Apr 3rd 2015 06:12 AM

That's the million dollar question my friend. When I sat at Nadefa and heard them fellas tell me what they were doing I could only scratch my head! Crazy!

richie0033 Apr 3rd 2015 08:41 AM

Well believe it or not those numbers from the auction are way down from last year. About half. Our hunting industry in our state has a lot to do with in state money. Most would rather stay here and hunt. And some are corporations. Plus it's not just the price it's the accommodations and atmosphere

Show Me Racks Apr 3rd 2015 11:49 AM

it is nice to see good prices, but sucks to stand on the outside looking in. My question is, do the preserves get more in Texas and Alabama for hunts or are the preserves not making as much per deer?

D&T Whitetails Apr 3rd 2015 01:15 PM



200" is about $13,500 in Texas so yeah...loads higher. It's supply and demand guys. Bama is limited so farmers and preserves can ask what they want. Ohio preserves can but deer from any state they want so prices are driven down. bama has 100 farms to choose from. Ohio has 1,000 to choose from ..(and those numbers are not fact..just put out for example)

Four Seasons Whitetails Apr 3rd 2015 02:33 PM

I believe you are right but I also believe its the state also. I mean Ny is closed and you will never see that kind of money! They will just go hunt in Ohio! Lol

D&T Whitetails Apr 3rd 2015 03:36 PM



There's a lot of unknowns Mike. why would someone pay $13,500 to hunt a 200" deer in texas when they could drive out of state and get that same thing for $10k less??? i'd do it in a heartbeat myself. If i could afford a hunt at $13,500 i could surely afford to drive..or fly somewhere else and still save money. that's the price of convenience i suppose

Four Seasons Whitetails Apr 3rd 2015 05:05 PM

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There's a lot of unknowns Mike. why would someone pay $13,500 to hunt a 200" deer in texas when they could drive out of state and get that same thing for $10k less??? i'd do it in a heartbeat myself. If i could afford a hunt at $13,500 i could surely afford to drive..or fly somewhere else and still save money. that's the price of convenience i suppose




Ya buddy..A guy could kill like 4 bucks in 4 different northern states for the price of 1 of the same size buck in the south. *


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