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Old 08-26-2015, 10:59 PM   #201
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Hoping to get in about 4 about 20-30 yards square. Most of them in areas that have been cleared to bare dirt by the hogs. Not going to be anything fancy at all this year with it being so late in the year and it the first year to have the lease. I'll be taking my weed eater with the tiller attachment just in case I need it.



Justin Seed has their Fall Food Plot blend $19.00/50 lbs. and I'll grab some Arrow leaf clover to mix in with it.



Put a camera up on our small pond last time I was up, set to take video. Can't wait to pull that card, also want to see if the protein blocks and rice bran had any activity.



But we have to put some pressure on those hogs so I'm hoping for a shot or two while I'm there. Maybe MWW982 and I can take out a few.

I'm in on those plots. Hope you have some good ground to work with. Ours is rocks on top of rocks with what possibly was dirt at some point in time. Tough sledding.

Good luck on the hogs. They are wiley boogers up in this neck of the woods.

We will be back up second weekend of Sept to put our plots in. Praying for rain.
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Old 08-26-2015, 11:26 PM   #202
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We have some decent spots but there is a lot of rock in the ground. Going to spend the next month prepping for deer and hopefully KAP or two in the mean time.

For you guys that have been hunting this area in the past have you had any issues with bears taking out or destroying your ground blinds? I know and have experienced one destroying my feeder as seen by a previous post.
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Old 08-27-2015, 07:17 AM   #203
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Hoping to get in about 4 about 20-30 yards square. Most of them in areas that have been cleared to bare dirt by the hogs. Not going to be anything fancy at all this year with it being so late in the year and it the first year to have the lease. I'll be taking my weed eater with the tiller attachment just in case I need it.



Justin Seed has their Fall Food Plot blend $19.00/50 lbs. and I'll grab some Arrow leaf clover to mix in with it.



Put a camera up on our small pond last time I was up, set to take video. Can't wait to pull that card, also want to see if the protein blocks and rice bran had any activity.



But we have to put some pressure on those hogs so I'm hoping for a shot or two while I'm there. Maybe MWW982 and I can take out a few.


Good luck on the pig killing!

What's harder on the food plots then anything planting early is when we get a few days of rain then none at all. As long the seeds don't germinate then they are fine in the ground until we get a little bit of consistent rain (like once a week) we were in the same boat as well at first with the really rocky ground but after a few years it has gotten much better.

I bet you will have some action on that camera on water .. The deer seem to consistently visit those little watering holes a few times throughout the day in my experience . We actually have sets on a few them and have had luck hand Corning around the bank.
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Old 08-27-2015, 08:38 AM   #204
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we have had little luck with plots at our place. lots of rocks.
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Old 08-27-2015, 08:41 AM   #205
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i use the justin seed at my place here in collin county though and love it. its a far better deal than the throw and grow crap at academy. much cheeper as well. We do not plant until the first week of october though each year.
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Old 08-28-2015, 01:48 PM   #206
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Haven't been on here in awhile been trying to catch up on what everyone's been talking about. Those are some great bucks q-all !!
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Old 08-31-2015, 06:28 PM   #207
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The deer have all but disappeared and there are bear everywhere. Actually seen one Friday evening while out corning some roads. They are doing some heavy logging on the surrounding places so I think that has all the bear pushed onto our place, I'm sure that has pushed our deer out.
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Old 08-31-2015, 07:29 PM   #208
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several of the guys on our place went up last weekend and said they saw deer everywhere. even said they saw a couple shooters while filling feeders. we don't have anything ready to log on our place for at least another five years. the short pines (12-20') are the most productive spots on our place. we don't mess with the river bottoms as much now that we have them patterned.
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Old 08-31-2015, 07:30 PM   #209
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Also we just now filled feeders and set cameras. I expect to see some bears on camera this year. anyone wanna buy a bear hunt from me? I'll sell it cheap. i hate the dang things.
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Old 08-31-2015, 08:30 PM   #210
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We seen plenty deer while out riding around but our hand corn spots where we have been getting pictures have slowed WAY down. We don't have any cameras on feeders. There have been a couple shooters seen on the roads pretty regularly. Our best spot is in some short pines where it transitions into oaks back to pines.
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In the shorter pines are you stand hunting or ground blind hunting? We were up Saturday and Monday to get some work done. Got a couple stands hung and checked cameras. Had a couple shooters and saw at least 20 deer coming and going from the lease. The deer were hitting the rice bran right after I put it out and the hogs that we had been seeing around the corn didn't really touch it. I am thinking of scrapping the corn and just putting out rice bran on the ground or in tube feeders. Has anyone had any luck using the tube feeders with rice bran or does it just clump up or should I mix it with protein?
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In the shorter pines are you stand hunting or ground blind hunting? We were up Saturday and Monday to get some work done. Got a couple stands hung and checked cameras. Had a couple shooters and saw at least 20 deer coming and going from the lease. The deer were hitting the rice bran right after I put it out and the hogs that we had been seeing around the corn didn't really touch it. I am thinking of scrapping the corn and just putting out rice bran on the ground or in tube feeders. Has anyone had any luck using the tube feeders with rice bran or does it just clump up or should I mix it with protein?
We are using both. Tripods also.
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Old 09-01-2015, 08:19 PM   #213
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Another lease member sent me this!
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Old 09-01-2015, 09:59 PM   #214
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Another lease member sent me this!

That's motivating. Is he known? You guys seen this one before?
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Old 09-01-2015, 10:29 PM   #215
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Great deer slinger, r your fellow leasemates forthcoming on his location ?
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Old 09-02-2015, 07:17 AM   #216
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That's motivating. Is he known? You guys seen this one before?
We think he is a new deer. He looks young in this picture but hard to age at that angle.
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Old 09-02-2015, 07:19 AM   #217
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Great deer slinger, r your fellow leasemates forthcoming on his location ?
Yes we share pictures and locations. We all have designated "areas" that our ours to hunt and nobody hunts someone else's location without permission.
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Yes we share pictures and locations. We all have designated "areas" that our ours to hunt and nobody hunts someone else's location without permission.

"...and nobody hunts someone else's location without permission." Except the locals, that is.
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"...and nobody hunts someone else's location without permission." Except the locals, that is.
And the logging crews lol
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Old 09-02-2015, 07:23 AM   #220
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It takes a village..... to keep all the nice, maturing stud bucks killed off way before their prime.
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Old 09-02-2015, 12:51 PM   #221
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great bucks.

also we use tripods in the short cut pines. also have some pop up blinds.
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Old 09-03-2015, 10:30 AM   #222
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Finally on my way to my hunting grounds with trail cameras in tow, some mineral licks and some throw and grow and a rake. Updates to follow!
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Old 09-03-2015, 10:43 AM   #223
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In!
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Old 09-03-2015, 12:29 PM   #224
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Old 09-03-2015, 03:01 PM   #225
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Camera 1:
Set up on a well traveled game trail where three different trails intersect. There's a pond to the south that has lots of tracks around it. There's also a bunch of bedding areas south of that. I saw a bunch of runs in the area last year. I couldn't find any scat, which sucks. I did find a doe skeleton though that was stripped but not bleached, so I know deer still use it. Should've brought a snare to trap a 'yote, but I'm not sure if that's legal. I haven't hunted here long enough to know if deer move into this area as hunting pressure increases, but I hung a camera and set up the mineral site and threw a whole bag of throw and grow. We'll see what happens, my biggest concern is that I'm back at the end of October and there's a ton of deer around, but I still can't figure out a way to get in and out without blowing all the deer out (pretty much what I did every single time I hunted the area last year).

Here's a view from the camera;


A pic of my camera about 10' up, hopefully that'll deter anyone from messing with it:


About to head out to set up the next camera...updates to follow.
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Looking good, Ron. That entrance and exit strategy is a concern. How far back is your hunting area?
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Camera 2:
Set it up on well used trail that is north of a food plot with a lot of bedding areas around it. Still no scat, kinda crazy honestly, cause I know deer poop, just couldn't find any. Set up the mineral lick and threw more throw and grow. Best part about this area is that there are multiple trees to hang a stand from depending on the wind, just gotta figure out what trail they use to get in and out of the area.

Here's a pic from the camera angle, the brow liquid on the ground is the mineral lick:
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Old 09-03-2015, 07:21 PM   #228
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Looking good, Ron. That entrance and exit strategy is a concern. How far back is your hunting area?

Its almost two miles. There's a ridge on both sides, I ran outta time but when I go back up I'll probably try to bush whack my way to the ridge and pop over so I'm not walking in on a game trail.
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Old 09-03-2015, 08:40 PM   #229
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Looks great ... I agree with 100%.. I believe the most important thing in hanging a new set is access... Over the years I have seen a stark difference in mature buck sightings from the stands that are cleanly accessible and the stands that are tucked in somewhere that u risk blowing deer out as u access..

Keep us updated when u check ur cams
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Old 09-03-2015, 11:58 PM   #230
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Got these screen shots off of the videos taken at the pond. Looks like a few decent bucks coming through. Downside is that we didn't get but a few videos on the bigger bucks. Had some 3-5 pointers come in multiple times.
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Old 09-04-2015, 04:21 PM   #231
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They look healthy BG.
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Old 09-04-2015, 09:59 PM   #232
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Heading up this weekend with the wife nd do some final prep work. Hope to post pics when I get back.
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Old 09-04-2015, 10:09 PM   #233
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Any age guess on him. 41/2 by this picture?
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Hard to tell from this angle. Judging from the legs to body size I'd go a little younger than that.
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Old 09-05-2015, 10:08 PM   #236
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I would say 3 1/2 based on the body. Would like to see his head a little better. He should really be something next year! Impressive!
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Old 09-05-2015, 10:16 PM   #237
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First good deer on camera, planting plots next weekend. Not best pic, but it's in a field that we are planting this weekend and the camera is on the edge.
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That's a good one Christian!

The rain chances for look good for next week. I was at our ranch from yesterday thru this evening .

It was a productful weekend. We went ahead and planted 10 acres in the irrigated field and started watering it.. Hopefully we can get the rest in by Tuesday. I also did some more scouting and found a prime stand location on a natural funnel that leads away from our winter peas plot.. Went ahead and hung the set, threw some corn out, and set a camera.. We will see what happens.

Checked cameras as well. All the big ones are still accounted for and have now shed velvet. It's gonna be a good year!

The first 2 pics of are a buck we call batman .. He is 5 this year and definitely makes the shooter list, I was wondering when he would show back up. The other 2 deer are g1 and spike..

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I think your right he's young, he will get a pass for sure. He looks like a 31/2 here. Will be a stud in 2 years
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Love to see those bucks shedding velvet!
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Has anyone had luck using Mock Scrapes in the area?
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Has anyone had luck using Mock Scrapes in the area?

Tried them several times over the past few years B G with no significant impact that I could see. (I may not be doing it quite right or in the right places though)

Have had better luck using scent wicks that I put out when I first get into the stand and remove when I leave.
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I'm going to experiment with doing a couple of them and see what happens. Never tried them before and had researching them over the past few weeks. I like the idea of them for areas where I don't want to put feeders.
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We lost another feeder this past month. Have a bear on video walking towards the feeder with a hog under the feeder. Don't know what happened after that as it was only a 10 second clip. Next video is more that 12 hours later and the feeder is on the ground with sections of legs everywhere. Would have liked to have seen what happened with the bear walking up to the hog but the stealth cam didn't think it important or it was just out of trigger range.




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And another one bites the dust. Sorry to see that BG.

Are you sure that's a pig under the feeder? Could it be a cub? I ask because I can't imagine a hog letting a bear get that close.
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And another one bites the dust. Sorry to see that BG.

Are you sure that's a pig under the feeder? Could it be a cub? I ask because I can't imagine a hog letting a bear get that close.
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It's a pig. I've watched that video enough. Large ears, long swishy tail, mud line almost to his back. I was amazed that the bear got that close to him also. I've got picks of them running when a bear comes out of the woods.


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Very cool. Never would have thought. Two annoying species eating your corn. I have the same.
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Here is the video Booner.

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Shouldn't you be working BG and not playing on the interwebs?
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