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Old 10-18-2010, 05:27 PM
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WARNING!!!! BE CAREFUL ABOUT THE CORN YOU BUY!!!

Apparently, I bought the queer corn. As you can see by the photo below, there's one flipping off my camera. Hefty, but a "button buck" I think.

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You hunt that with an elephant gun?
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I'm glad I'm in the other pasture...I bought deer corn, I know 'cause he's never been around my feeder.
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You hunt that with an elephant gun?
He'll think an elephant shot a load in him...




That didn't sound right. OR did it?
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I'm glad I'm in the other pasture...I bought deer corn, I know 'cause he's never been around my feeder.
Saturday, I found some hog scat on the trail between Paul's area and mine (to the west) and by your side on the east high fence, south about 100 yards from your feeder.

So make sure your t-posts area secure in that sand trap you are in. I have a bad feeling about hog and coyotes this year. I have some pics
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Old 10-18-2010, 05:39 PM
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You went Saturday?
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Yeah, Jen went with me. Surprisingly, no complaining. I only spent an hour or two filling feeders. 12 bags corn, 2 batteries, and didn't get to work on my stand. Work called.
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Was there corn on the ground under my feeder?
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Was there corn on the ground under my feeder?
Small scattering. I think you need to turn up the morning feed time. Put your cam up on a t-post to the north of the feeder by the brush. And you really need to clear out the brush to the west towards your stand. I spotted some more blind spots.
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Old 10-18-2010, 05:49 PM
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What else ya'll seein up there besides hogs n deer??
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