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Old March 10th, 2020, 07:15 AM #41
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My wife found one yesterday walking the dogs around the farm. The irony of this is she would never care to look for them, or go the places you would think too. She found it while walking through an area we created for our wedding reception... nice little fork with a browtine (sp?) she finds me working and proudly walks up with it half excited and half laughing. Photo to follow on
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Old March 10th, 2020, 11:51 AM #42
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I went out a couple weeks ago and pulled my cameras at one farm. Didn't find any sheds, did have 3 decent bucks each with 1 side holding on at the end of Feb. I pulled another camera on a another farm yesterday. Looked around for a bit and didn't find any sheds and only had 1 buck on camera since beginning of Feb. Unfortently for me after rifle season the deer are pretty much ran off and don't make their way back until spring and my luck finding sheds is about 1 n a million.
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Old March 14th, 2020, 10:20 AM #43
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I got a 6 pointer on one of my cameras in Columbia Tuesday night.
Last year I saw a post about using bungee cords and corn to attract them to a spot, position the bungee cords so they have to poke through their heeds through the cords to get them. If they're ready to drop the bungees grab them, if not the deer can wiggle out.
Anyone have any experience with doing this?
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Old March 14th, 2020, 10:48 AM #44
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Yeah turkeys and coons sometimes get the corn before the deer will stick their head in it. The boys tried it but never really had any luck but you never know what can happen.

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I'm gonna try and get out tomorrow. Too much yardwork staring me down...
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Found a small one today (3 points), nearly found it in a tractor tire but straddled it the first time around and didn't see it until the next round. Got lucky. Then saw a large buck carrying both horns.
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Antlers will be glowing after this rain. Heading out today. Hopefully my knee holds out...
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Antlers will be glowing after this rain. Heading out today. Hopefully my knee holds out...
Here's today's haul. Had a pretty decent day...
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you eat tootsie rolls when look for sheds
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LOL! I guess a fox thought it might be funny.
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