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    Ive got to move my camera, Im getting the same pose every time!........


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    TD, that is not funny! LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arrow Splitter View Post
    TD, that is not funny! LOL

    All joking aside, I think you would agree that this buck is using this trail often! What you can't see in the pictures is the pond at the end of the trail plus the alfalfa field !
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    Yeah, you've got that right. Hmmm...a tripod stand right next to the camera?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermodude View Post
    All joking aside, I think you would agree that this buck is using this trail often! What you can't see in the pictures is the pond at the end of the trail plus the alfalfa field !
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    Are you going to have your stand in the same tree that the camera is on? If he keeps using this trail, it will give you a nice quartering shot. If you move the camera over to one of the trees he is looking toward, and time it just right, maybe you could get a trail cam pic of your shot!
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    Just on the oposite side of him about 15yds in the woods I have a lock on stand in a hickory , it over looks this old clear cut. Ive hunted this trail for many years now and have taken some nice bucks. Last year on Oct. 9th I took a real nice 8pt here, I was in my stand well before daylight and my trail camera started going off. This is a huge oak grove and they were eating acorns. Long story short when it got light enough there he was standing just off the trail eating acorns.

    This is a pic from last year of the buck Ive been posting pictures of.....he was a 9pt. last year.............

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    Real handy clear cut, small wonder that you've hung your tree stand there!
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    Real handy clear cut, small wonder that you've hung your tree stand there!
    Its actually whats left from an old powerline that went to a small farm years ago. The poles havent been there now for many years but I keep it mowed low and I have small food plots in various parts of it.
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    Hey thermo i dont want to see you posing with that deer barretta in hand!!!! Lol!!!! Seriously good luck this season!
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