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Droptine is right. Minerals are the way to go.

Old 05-25-2008, 11:56 AM
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Default Droptine is right. Minerals are the way to go.

Checked my minerals spot yesterday. Had quite a few pics. They are really tearin it up.

A shameless doe




Fuzzy pic but a nice little buck


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Old 05-25-2008, 12:14 PM
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were gonna go put some out in the next couple weeks
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Old 05-25-2008, 12:20 PM
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Ya know..If you've got a good supply of protein in the area, add in your minerals....you may just even smoke a pig of a buck there..

Then you can change your username to GOODbowhunter20 !!!!
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haha nice pics
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Good pics and i agree, the deer, woodchucks, squirrels and even saint Bernard's are liking my mineral sight
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Default RE: Droptine is right. Minerals are the way to go.

I've been using minerals for about 3 years and it is helpful for getting pics. This year I started using my own blend and they are absolutely destroying my sites.

I have to get the camera up this weekend. I like to get them started on the sites unmolested before introducing the camera.
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Old 05-25-2008, 06:38 PM
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I've been using minerals for about 3 years and it is helpful for getting pics. This year I started using my own blend and they are absolutely destroying my sites.

I have to get the camera up this weekend. I like to get them started on the sites unmolested before introducing the camera.
I did just the opposite. My camera was up in this spot a month before I put the minerals out. Am I doing it backwards?
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I've been using minerals for about 3 years and it is helpful for getting pics. This year I started using my own blend and they are absolutely destroying my sites.

I have to get the camera up this weekend. I like to get them started on the sites unmolested before introducing the camera.
I did just the opposite. My camera was up in this spot a month before I put the minerals out. Am I doing it backwards?
One's no better than the other. My area gets a lot of pressure, so I only put the camera out when the antlers have really begun to develop. It may be a good idea to have the camera out there first so they get used to it.

Heck, maybe I'm doing it backwards.
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