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Old 05-31-2019, 06:33 PM   #151
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Need to move these cameras closer in the next month. Just a tease right now but they are putting on bone daily


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Old 06-01-2019, 07:07 AM   #152
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Need to move these cameras closer in the next month. Just a tease right now but they are putting on bone daily


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Looking good! That one is way ahead of any deer we have on cam yet.
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Old 06-01-2019, 07:35 AM   #153
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Wow they're putting on bone fast! Nice!
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Old 06-03-2019, 04:45 PM   #154
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Checked plots today at dairy, dove field and cottonmouth.

Dairy was drilled... then 7” flood... then re planted... then 8” flood. It’s up 4”-8” but looks poor in most spots due to too much moisture. Also seen army worms as well as looks live a virus in peas. Sunflowers doing fair and millet looks good (but shows no use, as I expected and intended)

Dove field.... drilled before the first flood. I’d guess a 90%+ loss there. Worst crop I’ve ever planted. Too wet

Cottonmouth.... upland plots look awesome (pics of them). Bottom land looks poor and thin but up and taking on heavy usage.

Just too wet. But I will get to see what this millet brings to the table as an addition. Screening and structure were my goals with it
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Old 06-03-2019, 05:59 PM   #155
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Little buck at the ranch likes me! Following me around like I'm his momma.

Filling feeders and he cam stumbling out of the tree line over to me.
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Old 06-03-2019, 07:24 PM   #156
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Little buck at the ranch likes me! Following me around like I'm his momma.



Filling feeders and he cam stumbling out of the tree line over to me.




Should have put your ear mark on him lol


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Old 06-03-2019, 08:07 PM   #157
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Pretty cool antlers86. Got to lease this weekend, cams not working, food plot seeds flooded out and gone.

Walked out to the blind late, to find wasps and an empty can of wasp spay. Kinda discouraged I leaned against the blind in disgust. Then the hogs started coming in. So I got in with the wasps and picked one out.
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Pretty cool antlers86. Got to lease this weekend, cams not working, food plot seeds flooded out and gone.

Walked out to the blind late, to find wasps and an empty can of wasp spay. Kinda discouraged I leaned against the blind in disgust. Then the hogs started coming in. So I got in with the wasps and picked one out.
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Old 06-04-2019, 07:49 AM   #159
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I’m over run by hogs like not even funny how bad they are


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Old 06-04-2019, 08:09 AM   #160
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Same!!! They are there now but I have to run to town. Lucky pigs this morning
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Clearing feed from all of my setups! They have traveled 1300 yds in the last 45 minutes eating everything they can access
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Old 06-04-2019, 08:30 AM   #163
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Clearing feed from all of my setups! They have traveled 1300 yds in the last 45 minutes eating everything they can access


I’ve got several different groups of 10-16 each and a few lone boars. On just one property my other places are even worse


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Old 06-04-2019, 08:33 AM   #164
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I just have 2 groups of 15+. I think 1-2 lone boar. Pigs will die this week!

Going to set trap here in a few minutes. Probably only catch 1-3 depending on size.
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Old 06-04-2019, 08:56 AM   #165
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That's why i am not feeding during the summer anymore. It seemed like just a few people on our entire lease and general area would feed all summer long and guess what that meant? That we had all the pigs!
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Old 06-04-2019, 09:03 AM   #166
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That's why i am not feeding during the summer anymore. It seemed like just a few people on our entire lease and general area would feed all summer long and guess what that meant? That we had all the pigs!
My bucks hit my pens daily! The middle pen I have never had a pig inside and I purposely put sweet feed out to attract the pigs there. My trap is set at that location 20 yds from the pen so now I can set it. Pigs really don't bother me. As soon as I go and fire away at this group they will disappear for 2-3 wks sometimes longer. The last group I shot 4 out of just last week. They have yet to return. This group hasn't learned there lesson.

Good practice, good eating, and relieves the itch to get out and hunt during off season.
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My bucks hit my pens daily! The middle pen I have never had a pig inside and I purposely put sweet feed out to attract the pigs there. My trap is set at that location 20 yds from the pen so now I can set it. Pigs really don't bother me. As soon as I go and fire away at this group they will disappear for 2-3 wks sometimes longer. The last group I shot 4 out of just last week. They have yet to return. This group hasn't learned there lesson.

Good practice, good eating, and relieves the itch to get out and hunt during off season.
Yeah by all means if youre gonna hunt them in the summer then i can see the added benefit. I fish and enjoy being out on the water to much this time of year lol. I've feed all year round for the last several years and it was mostly pigs all summer long with the occasional few deer passing through. My first few weeks of bow season was always just whacking hogs. After i would shoot a few and everyone else on the lease starts feeding my pigs dissapear and the deer show up in numbers. So this year i topped my feeders off in february and let them feed out around april and will start again in august. Just trying something new
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All year feeding does keep the pigs around, but also the few deer that I have on my small piece of land. I really like to be able to hunt year round.
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Filling feeders and he cam stumbling out of the tree line over to me.
You’re gonna hate pulling the trigger on him in 4 - 5 years.


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That’s why I opted to delay feeding this year. I started early last year and it just seemed to draw them in more.
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Old 06-04-2019, 05:30 PM   #170
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I agree on feeding pigs during the off-season. I quit several years ago for that reason but decided to give it a try again this year just in the one spot I have a feeder pen.
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Old 06-05-2019, 08:09 AM   #171
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Old 06-05-2019, 05:52 PM   #172
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Had to go fill and repair some feeders at “The Cottonmouth” today... he had to get dealt with

Tail was shaking like a rattler when I walked over to him, and he struck twice before his head came off.

But got the feeder funnel fixed the squirrel I’m guessing ate a hole in.... inside the everlast cage. Guaranteed hog if I can ever get free to go
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Old 06-05-2019, 05:53 PM   #173
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We’ve got a deer gents


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Old 06-05-2019, 06:15 PM   #174
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Had to go fill and repair some feeders at “The Cottonmouth” today... he had to get dealt with

Tail was shaking like a rattler when I walked over to him, and he struck twice before his head came off.

But got the feeder funnel fixed the squirrel I’m guessing ate a hole in.... inside the everlast cage. Guaranteed hog if I can ever get free to go
Appropriate name for your feeder sight! How many have you found at this location?
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Appropriate name for your feeder sight! How many have you found at this location?
I took on this “project property” last year, From scratch. It’s 1/2 low drainage land with slew like springs, myrtle and ponds with broken dam and beaver slews. While clearing new roads and man made deer trails through it last year, there were so many you couldn’t waste time killing them. I named the property “The Cottonmouth”. Snakes don’t bother me, but I reaaallllyyyy won’t track a hog past dusk on the property in spring and summer.

I found one right after season this year scouting a bedding area in last February. He has out, and I guess about to shed... and wasn’t in a good mood. He was probably the most aggressive one I’ve killed


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Old 06-05-2019, 10:17 PM   #176
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Old 06-05-2019, 10:27 PM   #177
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I took on this “project property” last year, From scratch. It’s 1/2 low drainage land with slew like springs, myrtle and ponds with broken dam and beaver slews. While clearing new roads and man made deer trails through it last year, there were so many you couldn’t waste time killing them. I named the property “The Cottonmouth”. Snakes don’t bother me, but I reaaallllyyyy won’t track a hog past dusk on the property in spring and summer.



I found one right after season this year scouting a bedding area in last February. He has out, and I guess about to shed... and wasn’t in a good mood. He was probably the most aggressive one I’ve killed





So... lots!


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Old 06-10-2019, 02:59 PM   #178
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Old 06-11-2019, 11:06 PM   #180
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Rut is in full swing!
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Rut is in full swing!


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Yep, early rut, and bucks are starting out EARLY too!!

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Old 06-12-2019, 10:40 AM   #183
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Silly rabbits y’all know “ruts on” in first two weeks of August...


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Old 06-12-2019, 02:00 PM   #184
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Went and checked my cameras at the lease this past weekend.
Had 2 does over a 3 month period, and hogs. A literal crap ton of hogs, have them coming in every morning and evening.
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Old 06-14-2019, 06:51 AM   #186
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Familiar face just showed. I call this deer Pronghorn. My last picture of him was opening weekend of rifle season. Haven’t seen him since


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Cool deer, he has some good growth already. I need to go check cameras
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Dang Tony, based on you pics, you gonna need you a good one-eyed Beagle!!
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Pulled our game cam pics. Got some potential targets, some culls.
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Nice looking buck..pronghorn he definetly got the gun season opener dialed in to go MIA
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Killed 2 of the 16 yesterday they turn around an come back 2 hrs later and this morning when it slung guess I’m gonna have to build a pen even though I’m not a pen fan for mature bucks. But better than them wiping my corn out in 3 minutes


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Dang, Tony. It’s June and that deers already huge.
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Old 06-15-2019, 09:40 PM   #194
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He is a shower and a grower lol!


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My hill top plot at “The Cottonmouth “ is still intact. Peas are getting thrashed! But are keeping up so far. Would probably back off on millet ratio if I use again .5 an acre max. Most low land plots just got too much water. I think the roots rotted.
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Old 06-22-2019, 06:40 PM   #197
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Well paneled off my feeder tired of feeding hogs..


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Old 06-23-2019, 02:33 PM   #198
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Plots planted, feeders filled, cameras going. I’ll update in a few weeks.





This youngin’ survived a leg injury last year and seems to be doing good.



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Old 06-24-2019, 10:48 AM   #199
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No big bucks have showed yet but great potential on some young bucks. Twins are growing fast as well!
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Went to check Lola’s stand I built her for Christmas and make sure it survived all the rain. There are deer around and under it all the time. Just where they want to be
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