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    Senior Member tnts79's Avatar
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    is getting freebies on stand placement. Lets see how well my stands are placed according to some other hunters.... The arrows denote access points, one by foot, the other by boat. The seemingly bare spot in the middle is grown up in heavy cover, used heavily for bedding area. Large field is just open grass, no farm crops in the immediate area. We planted a small food plot last year near the southern edge of the property about 50 yards north of the river.....
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    And another
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    Alfalfa field edge for morning, woods for afternoon, back to field for evening. I've noticed I see more deer in teh woods during noon...well duh, its hot out. But I hunt 104 acres by myself, so i get the whole area by myself.
    "I have a passion for whitetail deer, not a passion for killing them. The fact that I deer hunt does not make me their enemy, but their guardian."
    I play snake

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