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DarkDawg 10-21-2005 09:07 AM

Couple of questions i have
 
first of all i went scouting today because i got up early even though i dont have school today.i went up between two mountains, what we know around here is "below the eagles nest" and on this old fourwheeler trail i seen a small deer track that went for like 30 yards and disappeared.
how do you know how old a deer track is?
the track i found was smaller then the palm of my hand and then i found another deer track that overlapped the palm of my hand.I put my hand down to size it up, i didnt touch the deer track just put my hand above it.
i put peanut butter on a tree thats a little off the small fourwheeler road and a couple of sliced up apples a little further up.i seen a good tree that would be good for a tree stand with open paths for a good shot.
would the deer use this trail again?
any help would be appreciated

Finch 10-21-2005 09:38 AM

RE: Couple of questions i have
 
You must have a small hand or you got some monsters running around up there.

buttonbuckmaster 10-21-2005 09:42 AM

RE: Couple of questions i have
 
I have an average sized hand......and if the tracks are wider than I can spread my index and middle finger......call me. I'll help you take the runt;)

DarkDawg 10-21-2005 09:44 AM

RE: Couple of questions i have
 
i seen these sizes before..well the firstdeer trackis pretty standard for deer tracks around herebut the second footprint was a lil wider..i was surprised

DarkDawg 10-21-2005 11:15 AM

RE: Couple of questions i have
 
will the deer use that trail again?
or would it be a one time thing ?...i have a tree picked out for a stand.


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