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Old 07-29-2017, 09:41 AM
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Pulled the trail cam cards on the feeders here at the house and the big boys started showing up at the feeders this week, first time since last fall.
The tall 8 is coming in around 6:30am and the big wide beast is coming in at 4am
I'm thinking the boys are starting to break from the group a little and venturing out on their own.
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Old 07-29-2017, 11:24 AM
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Pulled the trail cam cards on the feeders here at the house and the big boys started showing up at the feeders this week, first time since last fall.
The tall 8 is coming in around 6:30am and the big wide beast is coming in at 4am
I'm thinking the boys are starting to break from the group a little and venturing out on their own.
Not sure about there, but they rarely break apart around here until the velvet comes off in September.
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Old 07-29-2017, 11:27 AM
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I'll be slipping through the corn and setting up within the rows
When do they cut up there? I never see standing corn. I see standing soybeans and sunflowers.

I wonder if a mirror blind would work there, use to think it was a gimmick, but the idea is solid
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When do they cut up there? I never see standing corn. I see standing soybeans and sunflowers.

I wonder if a mirror blind would work there, use to think it was a gimmick, but the idea is solid
Now ya got me thinking about the mirror blind
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Now ya got me thinking about the mirror blind
It would work I bet. They are pricey
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Not sure about there, but they rarely break apart around here until the velvet comes off in September.
and even then some dont break apart at all or very little
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Not sure about there, but they rarely break apart around here until the velvet comes off in September.
I'm just sharing what i'm seeing on the trail cams and watching the fields every evening
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When do they cut up there? I never see standing corn. I see standing soybeans and sunflowers.

I wonder if a mirror blind would work there, use to think it was a gimmick, but the idea is solid

This field got planted late, it should be one of the last ones standing in the area. Probably won't get cut till mid to late October
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Looking Good Frank. When does season open up there?
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Sept 30th
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