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    Went In for a evening hunt to the best spot I have with a cold front caming in I thought I would give it a try It's a half mile hike straight up but worth it start getting closer to my spot and no trees it's been logged out rrrrrrrrr went 2 plan B circled around down wind to see how far the went, the trees that are left it is to thick or no cover did check out plan c it's still thick but after a good frost it should be ok if I can get the wind right
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    Hang in there. Adapt and overcome!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Double S View Post
    Hang in there. Adapt and overcome!.
    It was just a surprize the bedding area is there I just need find some trees
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    I guess we now know what is worse than having your treestand stolen! Having your tree stolen!!!! LOL
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    It's not the first time they dozed over the old bedding area about 10 years ago had to readjust to that
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    Quote Originally Posted by TEN RING View Post
    It's not the first time they dozed over the old bedding area about 10 years ago had to readjust to that
    Stinks getting old huh buddy! yeah just have to keep adapting.






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    That sucks! On to plan C then. Hope you can find a good tree with the right air currents.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    That sucks! On to plan C then. Hope you can find a good tree with the right air currents.
    I guess thats why they call it hunting not killing
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    Quote Originally Posted by TEN RING View Post
    I guess thats why they call it hunting not killing
    So true!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TEN RING View Post
    I guess thats why they call it hunting not killing
    Yeah, but for goodness sake you're supposed to hunt for deer, not a tree to get in.
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