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Old 06-02-2009, 06:34 AM
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a few more products of the nonsense of learning all you can about the deer year round


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Old 06-02-2009, 06:36 AM
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another bearded fool who scouts all year

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Old 06-02-2009, 06:40 AM
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Sometimes the foolishness of scouting all year and even doing so in multiple states ends up costingextra in butchering and taxidermy costs.

How dumb can some guys get


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Old 06-02-2009, 07:17 AM
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Gotta love the antler porn. I know what BB is saying about hunting the same areas though for a long time. i don't scout in June either unless I'm prospecting for new properties to hunt. The deer definitely change their patterns many times during summer as ag food sources mature, etc and other than scratching an itch to look for deer I can't say that it has been a productive time to scout for me. having hunted many of the same places for years I have already pinpointed their travel routes, etc esp for rut hunting, repeat scrape corridors and rub lines in funnel areas. I don't mess with bedding areas,too risky,so that doesn't matter that much to me, either. And of course, since I have an ethical disagreement with food plot hunting I'm not doing that either. Not to mention with a wife and four kids I have plenty competing for my time in the summer that I'm just lucky enough to get my time to hunt in the fall. Spending all summer scouting would probably spell the end of my marriage! LOL
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Old 06-02-2009, 07:27 AM
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Gotta love the antler porn.

Here's some soft core antler porn LOL!


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Old 06-02-2009, 10:21 AM
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How dumb can some guys get
Not much dumber than you because you are pretty near the bottom of the scale.
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Old 06-02-2009, 10:57 AM
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"Sometimes the foolishness of scouting all year and even doing so in multiple states"

Some dont have the time, the money and/or the desire to hunt multiple states.... The discussion of PAs hunting and failed deer management have nothing to do with hunting in one of the easiest states in the nation on a "deer farm" where the guy paid more for the deer than his truck down payment. LMFAO.

BTW, this is a very "timely" comment coming from you. I didnt have to work today, just walked in the door from scouting new territory. Been out since daybreak. Found several potential stand sites as well as one area of solid briars, where I've begun clearing a thin trail for deer use, and cleaning up an already existing one, with a climbing stand tree about 25 yards from the 2 paths intersection. Cutting the briars with a "swing blade" by hand for a couple hundred yards total combined. Also can shoot to 40 yards behind the tree into bordering crabapple thicket...Spot looks good and no doubt in my mind, come last week of Oct/1st week of nov. something will die there.


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Good point BT. You made him squall like a banty rooster. I guess that comment hit a little too close to home. Would be kinda nice to collect an SSI check and have time to travel to far off deer farms, though I guess if you want things easy. Very easy. LMAO.
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Old 06-02-2009, 12:36 PM
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We all have our reasons to be in the woods or not in June. But time in the woods is good time if you ask me, no matter what time of the year it is. You can always learn something . I don't know why it would be a waste of time as some say. Your in the woods in June or not in the woods in June, either way it's not a waste of time!!!


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Old 06-02-2009, 12:45 PM
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Absolutely Jack. There isnt really anywhere else Id rather be.
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Old 06-02-2009, 01:25 PM
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I don't waste my time scouting in the early summer. Everthing changes in the fall. Acorns start falling, apples ripen, corn stalks are full of corn, farmers cut corn, the first hint of the rut begins.

Things are totally different in the fall and deer's patterns change with it.

The racks aren't as nice but heck, the venison tastes the same.


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