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Author Topic: Is it too early?  (Read 94 times)

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Online deadeye

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Yesterday was just too nice a day not to go stomp around on my land.  My brother in law and I spent the day removing stand cushions and blind material.  We also scouted several possible stand locations and moved two unused stands to new spots. We didn't put them up, just moved them to the location.   Also explored a few areas we seldom get to so it was a great time in the woods.

Took some time to watch the sun set as the day ended


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Too early?  Heck no.  You don't always get the opportunity to survey the post-rut woods in nice weather.  Take advantage of it.

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post rut?? ive seen very little sign of tje actual rut.headin into my land tomorrow to prep for ml er'
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