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That time of the year again what's your plan; Rackstacker again here
Topic Started: Mar 18 2018, 07:40 AM (99 Views)
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Will be working the food plots up in a month an half likely. Going with Rackstacker again. This year will likely plant sweet success. Lots of beets to till under as the deer left our area early due to coyotes. Since taken care of some of them.

I'll post up pics soon.
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Hope you can get more of them! I can't put in food plots because the property owner leases the land to a farmer next door for summer/autumn grazing. It would be futile. My main attractions now is an apple tree that the deer just love. When I bring in apples from other trees they won't touch them until they clean up the ones from that tree. The tree usually holds onto the apples into the deer season and to bait I have a long pole and just have to have to knock a few off. I also also put out a little corn on a stump and they love it.
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