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Old 05-01-2013, 09:57 AM   #101
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i am seeing a few inches of growth on the bucks now, the only mature buck i recognize right now is the big one, he has a distinct look to his face and body and he is the biggest one out there.
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Old 05-01-2013, 10:10 AM   #102
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I just hope the main buck I was after comes back because he was a dandy. Guess we will have to see what shows up again in August!
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Old 05-01-2013, 10:12 AM   #103
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well good luck with it man, get us some pics!
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Old 05-01-2013, 10:59 AM   #104
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Same to you! I'll try and get some!
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Old 05-02-2013, 12:48 PM   #105
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It's hard to manage small acreage but a fun challenge just the same. Hopefully you can cross paths with the big one next season.
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Old 05-02-2013, 12:57 PM   #106
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It's hard to manage small acreage but a fun challenge just the same. Hopefully you can cross paths with the big one next season.
i hear ya, i would love to have a couple hundered acres more, or even just the 75 or so around me but until i win the lottery i am stuck...lol
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Old 05-05-2013, 06:28 PM   #107
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filled the feeders again and checked on the plot, it is looking good although we missed all the rain last week we have a good chance at some later this week. they still arent hitting the feeders real hard but i was happy to see the big buck at a spin feeder for the first time, he has previously only been seen at my gravity feeder. i put out a bale of alfalfa last week to see if they would eat it and i had some pics of them with it in their mouth, will see how quickly they finish it off. here are some pics...

some clover and chicory in the foreground, coming along real slow


turner spring mix


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the clover/chicory


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some does enjoying the buck ration and trophy rocks


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Old 05-06-2013, 06:32 PM   #108
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Nice work.
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Old 05-06-2013, 09:49 PM   #109
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Nice work.
thanks, have you seen this ranch for sale? it is gorgeous country up your way...


http://www.whitetailproperties.com/h...gy-development


need that lotto thing to come through....
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Old 05-08-2013, 09:58 AM   #110
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This looks like a buddy of mine place just outside of Mt Pleasant.
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Old 05-13-2013, 08:03 PM   #111
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went out today and was expecting more growth than i had but the plots are still coming in pretty solid, the soybeans are getting hit a bit harder than the mix, hopefully if this rain hits wednesday it will start filling in.

i will get a couple soil samples again at the end of summer but i am pretty sure i am still a bit low which is causing the clover to bemiving so slow.

i am thinking i might bite the bullet and go with another ton of pelletized lime so i can get it out before the fall planting...is it safe to lime an established spring/summer plot?
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I limed my plot when the plants were small one year and they turned out fine. The pelletized lime won't stick to the plants like powered ag lime will. The pelletized lime is amazing how it will break down so quickly with a rain. The particles in pellet lime are way finer than regular ag lime and will be absorbed quicker. It will change pH much quicker than ag lime too.
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Old 05-13-2013, 10:16 PM   #113
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great, thank you
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Old 05-13-2013, 11:11 PM   #114
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Awesome thread. Thanks for sharing.
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Old 05-13-2013, 11:20 PM   #115
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Old 05-13-2013, 11:31 PM   #116
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thanks guys, i've always loved looking at other guys progression pics and food plot pics and management/habitat ideas, hopefully someone can gain something from mine, whether its what TO do or what NOT TO do...lol
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Old 05-20-2013, 12:07 AM   #117
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well the does are looking good, bout ready to pop, the food plot is coming along, but i havent gotten a pic of the big buck in over a week, he was kind of spotty this time last year too.

this is the best looking buck so far, i am almost positive this isnt the big one as i usually recognize him right off, and big boy was way further along this time last year than this deer is.






couple of small bucks and one bedded down back to the left, he was there for about 15 mins.



some good doe





some deer in the plot




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Old 05-21-2013, 09:57 AM   #118
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Great thread...good luck on getting the big guy.
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Old 05-21-2013, 01:11 PM   #119
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thanks man.....hope.
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Old 05-21-2013, 01:36 PM   #120
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thats a good idea and makes sense, with as little as i am planting this year i will be able to replant in the fall if needed so i am gonna give it a shot.

like always, i am getting down to the line and havent finished all of my prepwork yet.
Did you get the electric fence? I would say with the amount of protein you are currently feeding, your deer are going to DESTROY a 1.5 acre plot. You are already holding the bucks on your place thru mid August. I would fence till August and then let them in. If you let it get tall enough it could provide cover and food in one.
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Old 05-21-2013, 01:42 PM   #121
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no man, i wasnt able to swing it this year, ran out of time and money lol. i have kept the protein feeder going along with two spinners throwing corn/soybean mix so i am hoping i am giving them enough to leave the plots alone for a while.
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Old 05-21-2013, 02:32 PM   #122
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I really feel like that fence could be the key to killing this disappearing act.
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Old 05-21-2013, 02:57 PM   #123
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I really feel like that fence could be the key to killing this disappearing act.
yeah, i can see why, and will try to start budgeting for one next season. he gave me a week last season, thats all i am asking for again since i am really hoping my new stand placements will give me a little more of an advantage than i had last year.

one thing i started thinking about last season was that maybe he wasnt the dominant buck on my (small) place and was getting ran off every year so i am really gonna try to watch things and see if thats the case. if it is one of my buddies will get a free deer.
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Old 05-21-2013, 11:04 PM   #124
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Either way, Keep up the good work. I think you are doing a great job for the size property you are working with.
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Old 05-22-2013, 07:43 AM   #125
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thanks man, and i appreciate all the help and suggestions. getting back to fencing till august, the two main reasons i am doing the plot is to give them more variety and hopefully a reason to come eat at my place everyday, but also to save some money. i was hoping that with the plot i would be able to cut way back on protein.

do you feed protein along with your plots? i guess i could keep the pellets going through the summer while i had the plot fenced off but it kind of defeats one of my main reasons for doing it. i think just making it bigger may be my best option.
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Keep another thing in mind.....if you are feeding corn and protein in the same field as your plots the deer will find those young tender plants very early and probably not let them get big.
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Old 05-22-2013, 09:52 AM   #127
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yeah, but i dont have much choice with the way my place is (currently) laid out. i have my sanctuary at the east end with the plot on the western edge of it. if i start moving further west with feeders i start getting into the firing range of neighbors...lol. this property is narrow and deep so i am not far from fence lines.

i have started a few brush piles though that once big enough will screen off some good areas from prying eyes and will allow me to open this plot up quite a bit and give me more stand/feeder options.
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Old 05-22-2013, 10:56 AM   #128
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You'll end up like me sitting on our 32 acre place that was all oats and having neighbors walk up and glass the field while u wave at them from the bushes
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yeah, but i dont have much choice with the way my place is (currently) laid out. i have my sanctuary at the east end with the plot on the western edge of it. if i start moving further west with feeders i start getting into the firing range of neighbors...lol. this property is narrow and deep so i am not far from fence lines.

i have started a few brush piles though that once big enough will screen off some good areas from prying eyes and will allow me to open this plot up quite a bit and give me more stand/feeder options.
I hear ya. My place is similar. I just ordered some Egyptian Wheat seed to plant for a screen....to keep neighbors eyes off and provide security for the deer when they eat.
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You'll end up like me sitting on our 32 acre place that was all oats and having neighbors walk up and glass the field while u wave at them from the bushes
Dang!!! If that wasn't so awful it would be funny.

You ever plant a screen around it?
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I never pull a food source while the deer are using it. If they are getting all they need from another source feeder use goes down automatically. I definitely would not stop feeding while your beans are young. If they get some size, maybe then you could back off feed.
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Looks like you need some help w/ coon Removal. Just PM me, I have traps, lights, 17HMR, AR, foxpro, and my recurve = a fun weekend!!!! Looking good our 60 acre plot is eaten up or weeds can't tell which is worse
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Old 05-22-2013, 11:28 PM   #133
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You are lucky to have some place to go like this. Best to you.
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Old 05-22-2013, 11:37 PM   #134
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Very impressive. Thank you for sharing.
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Old 05-23-2013, 07:40 AM   #135
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I never pull a food source while the deer are using it. If they are getting all they need from another source feeder use goes down automatically. I definitely would not stop feeding while your beans are young. If they get some size, maybe then you could back off feed.

thank you sir, i am out of town but believe the place has been getting a lot of rain this week, and i got out some fertilizer last sunday so hopefully they will really start taking off.
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Looks like you need some help w/ coon Removal. Just PM me, I have traps, lights, 17HMR, AR, foxpro, and my recurve = a fun weekend!!!! Looking good our 60 acre plot is eaten up or weeds can't tell which is worse
man i might take u up on it, especially if i end up having to feed protein all summer.

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I'm going to my lease next weekend to do the same- coons are wrecking havoc
. Your Place is looking good!
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Old 05-26-2013, 08:43 AM   #138
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i should be making a trip out there tomorrow, the place has gotten about 4 straight days of intermittent rain so i am really hoping it is thickening up. really want to see what Big is up to as well, if he is even still hanging around.

here he is about this time last year...




this is one of my favorite pics of him, my tree stand is about 15 yards in the background.

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Old 05-26-2013, 11:41 AM   #139
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Good grief...he is a giant!
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lol, he is my white buffalo. i got a few pics of him this past week but wont be able to upload them until tomorrow, i do have some pics of the plot though, had pretty good rain on it all week and is coming in strong, the clover/chicory is finally looking like it is gonna do something too, especially in the shadier areas.

turner spring mix



clover/chicory




soybeans are still a little thin but are getting taller and are getting browsed




i will get some game cam pics up tomorrow
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here are a few of the latest pics from the pasture, these were the only days Big was there, he is looking good, cool to compare him from last year at this time. pretty much just some rice bran with a little protein mixed in it in that feeder.










such a beautiful example of a mature buck


he wasnt there the previous week when i thought one of the other bucks was him, i am a bit ashamed after seeing him again this week, he is much more mature and full throughout than any other deer out there...i just wanted to see him so bad i made him into a modest 4.5 year old, lol.

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Old 05-28-2013, 05:26 PM   #142
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He sure is a great buck! Hopefully he will stick around.
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Old 06-18-2013, 10:16 PM   #143
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big has been a regular the last few weeks, it looks like he is going to pick up some trash this season, around the bases at least. he has been using the food plot pretty heavy the last week or so, since i let the protein feeder go dry, i am really debating on whether or not to fill it again but i probably will. here are some pics from the last week, the soybeans are getting hit hard and kept thin, the turner mix side is getting hit hard too but is holding strong and getting pretty thick. the clover and chicory is looking better, hoping it will hold through summer. i have some volunteer corn coming in around my black spin feeder, was a bit surprised to see it.




u can see were they are nipping the leaves off





turner spring mix




my crazy boys in the turner spring mix


soybean side, is thin but is being mowed down


one of the clover/chicory pockets, i have 4 pockets of clover/chicory, they are pretty much the 4 corner of the plot. i hope they will reseed and give me that year round plot while i keep expanding them


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deer in the plots, i moved a few cameras to get more plot pics





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Looks great! Love those deer in the plots pics.....nothing better!
They are serving their purpose.

If you continue to get rain the chicory/clover has a good chance.
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Old 06-30-2013, 09:24 PM   #145
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well, i havent gotten any rain and it is getting depressing out there quick. the soybeans are getting hit hard already and are really thin, the turner mix is looking decent but getting real dry, and the clover/chicory looks real good in one spot and is getting dry in the others. i will be out there for a few hours with my 25 gallon tank sprayer trying to salvage it with hopes that the rain hits this weekend.






the buck in the front hasnt been seen since mid-october, he was a real tall 8 last season, the one with the rice bran on his nose on page 1 of the thread, looks like he may split at least one g2 this year. the buck in the back has been gone since lat march, he was a nice 10 last season and has something going on with his right front leg.



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Old 07-02-2013, 02:54 PM   #146
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made it out there today to water the plot and, well, it didnt work out to well. was one thing after another starting with breaking the pick up tube in half while removing it from the tank, i didnt even try to water the plot, just hoping what some of it can hold on till this weekend when hopefully i can get back out with a buddies big water tank.

i did get some new pics and they are still tearing up the plots.

times are off on this moultrie cam..whatever that weed is in the foreground is starting to take over sections of the plot too. u can see the G2 splitting in this pic




i am real interested to see what this little guy turns into, i like those high brow tines




split g2 buck




this guys has some problems



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Old 07-03-2013, 02:23 AM   #147
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Definitely invest in the electric fence...you'll be thankful you did. Unfortunately for me, I had to tear mine down and section off the pastures to rotate cattle this year due to the lack of rain. But invest in one next year when you plant...and good luck on getting that stud!
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Old 07-06-2013, 05:12 PM   #148
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One of the coolest threads on TBH right now!

Been a pleasure following along.....and can't wait to see one of those big boys go down!!!
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Old 07-06-2013, 06:52 PM   #149
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thanks man, i just want to see one of them, a certain one one really, in october. i am going tomotrrow to see how bad the plot looks, gonna try again to get some water on it. i sent you a pm with the info on the land.
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thanks man, i just want to see one of them, a certain one one really, in october. i am going tomotrrow to see how bad the plot looks, gonna try again to get some water on it. i sent you a pm with the info on the land.
Got it sir...will definitely be in touch!!!
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