Hi All, I know this debate has been talked about many times before but i am trying to understand what the marketing hype is about high fencing. What the practical and rational reasons are for people not liking high fenced properties. or is it a pure emotional thing ? There is allot of debates and discussion about how the species breed themselves, ect, and there is allot of valid point made. but here is what gets to me, i see allot of people bragging about their non-high fenced hunting, and in allot of them you see pictures.. in allot of these pictures you see the low fence, or as we know it cattle fence with game on the other side or next to it, now mostly the species are things like springbuck, blesbuck, wildebeest ect. Now the part that bothers me, of all the species i know of, the only species that actually has the nature to jump fences are Eland, Kudu and Impala "i may have missed one or two". as for the rest, they crawl trough fences, so excluding the ones i have mentioned and the few i might have missed, the rest are contained even though the fence is low... is this not just a Marketing scheme the hunting community bought without considering the facts ? If boundaries is the issue, there is always some boundaries, mountains, valleys, rivers, borders, oceans ect.. but my point is, if you refuse to hunt high fenced animals, and you shoot a blesbuck in a low fence, what is the difference, i cant get out anyway ? I am hoping someone can help me understand the logic behind this high fence saga !!