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Offline Smokey Hills Bandit

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The wife and I were able to get a food plot cut in the woods before the snow flies. Were able to cut 1/3 acre plot between our logged section and hardwoods. Ended up cutting about 10 small aspen and 2 oaks for firewood. The rest was tackled by the brush hog, but was far from a walk in the park














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 :happy1: :happy1: looks like a good start to me!!!!!!!
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yup its work in the beginning for sure!! but im seeing some nice deer on my litt rye plot !
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Nice job Boar.  Is that Nick running the brush hog?

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Just don't get discouraged it often takes years for a food plot to develop.
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those arnt my pic barry.
this is tho..
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Looking good Smokey! :happy1:
Hey look your bobber is up!

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those arnt my pic barry.
this is tho..


Oh ya, sorry I was thinking that was your spread.  Say hi to Nick anyways.

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now im addicted. and its just enough for me to maintain!
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how old do ya think she is?
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4 years old.
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yu dont know....
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yu dont know....
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im seeing if anyone has an idea on it. a smart one..
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Looks good Boar, nice work!
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a nice looking doe, so maybe 3 or 4 years old??  she's not looking to gray... 
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a nice looking doe, so maybe 3 or 4 years old??  she's not looking to gray...
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2 years and 7 months give or take a couple of days..

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a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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2 years and 7 months give or take a couple of days..
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 What i win!!! I'm a winner right??  :nerd:

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I think it's very hard to judge the age of a doe.  I go the head size a big head with a long snout is an older doe.  Then the back legs older does have very big hind quarters.  Then the back as older does have humps like old bucks. If they are facing you or directly away fawns are a lot narrower than a doe and a big doe is just simply big.  The picture has three sizes of doe.  Front left is a fawn from this year.  Closest to camera is an adult doe probably 1.5-2.5 years old. The one on the right is a very big probably 5-6 year old doe. 

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I've been pretty happy with how this fall food plot is turning out. I have never used a disc before and the one behind the 4 wheeler would barely break ground. With some weight and speed I was able to break most ground that wasn't pure grass.
Went with a mix of turnips, radish and clover. 




Still need to drop a bunch of trees / branches