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Author Topic: 2022 Plot pictures  (Read 417 times)

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Offline deadeye

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Today at the land I took some pictures of the plots. They are really looking great. Now I just have to sit back and watch them grow until the deer decide it's time to eat them and then all heck breaks out in the plots. lol.























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It's a PLOT!

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And it thickens.
Hey look your bobber is up!

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The pictures are from 5 different plots spread around the land. These are mostly for keeping does and fawns in the core area to attract bucks. Also, being close to the cabin we just use them for viewing. It's not unusual to have deer feeding in the plots while we are in the cabin having lunch or taking a break from hunting. The big bucks rarely come on the fields during daylight, but I have seen them occasionally.   
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