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Author Topic: Some pictures from last weekend hunts  (Read 245 times)

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Offline deadeye

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Friday afternoon I ran into these rubs while scouting a swamp edge






Friday evening bow hunt.


Friday evening bow hunt.  Saw a doe and fawn late.


Friday evening bow hunt. 


Views from Saturday morning's stand






Ducks and geese kept me company all morning.  Tundra swans made a visit as well.
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I recognize most of those spots.  All great spots to see nature's bounty.  And a few  big bucks.
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Nice Deadeye,thanx for sharing....you have some great looking property,any wood ducks orother ducks hangin out on the pond,curious,pond looks "ducky"

Scrapes look older? but come first frost things will change as you know,fun none the less crusing your property,checking thing's out.
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snow1,
Yes, lots of ducks, geese, tundra swans, and crains.  See the caption on the last photo.  I tried to zoom in and get a picture of the ducks and geese but it didn't come out very clear.  Probably 75 geese landed in the pond while I was hunting.  The rubs were probably made while removing velvet great to see non the less.
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Swans already? hmmmm They usually come thru just before freeze up in minnesota,maybe now that canada opened it's borders this year hunters are pushing these northern birds south early..

Again D.E. quite the spead,I'm envious,thanx again for sharing your pic's as we move through our season's.

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snow1,
Actually these swans live there all summer.  They arrive in spring and nest in the ponds.  Usually 6-8 every year.
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