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Here are a few pics from my deer cams. All are from the property that I posted the ariel photo from last week. I put a little corn and acorns on the ground to get them to stop long enough for the camera to get them.

Here are two doe with fawns




Here is a nice doe... smile...




Here are two small bucks (you can just make out the antlers)




another buck




Last pic, how many deer can you count????


Oh, and yes the camera is mounted crooked on the last three shots, I only had one bungie with me.

-dan
 

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I count 6
 

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Is this one of those pen hunts ? Looks like they are fenced in to me :D
Just kiddin'. Nice pix [up] My head should straighten up in a few days from looking at them :D
 

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nightstalker, yep, it is one of those low fence hunts, you can come and hunt it for only $35k per week. Let me know and I will blow up the air bed for you.

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luv2hunt,

yes!


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Dan, was I right on the number of deer?
 

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mpemt,

Yes, 6.

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I didn't notice the ones in the back. At first I thought there was only 3.
 

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I did the same thing when I first downloaded the cam. Where those deer are is right where I saw a group of 6 bucks last week.

Can't wait for the 10th!

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Hey, when I was growing up, I lived in the upper Adirondack Mtns in NY. I could walk out my door, hit the woods, and only have to cross one back road to be in Canada, of course it was around 35 miles, but talk about hunting areas out your back door. It is a real different thing for me, hunting small woods, so I know how bad you must feel for me....[cool]
 

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Cheese,

Patterning deer around crop fields and in tight places is very new to me. That being said, I am looking forward to filling the freezer this year!

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Dan, I have hunted over corn or soy for years and have found that hunting the edges of the corn on well traveled trails seems to work best. But like someone said above get in early and slowly as not to spoke them. I primarily hunted wood plots and fields, roads split our property in all directions. In my experience the deer would walk the edges of the woods about ten yards in. In the morning the deer would be heading back to their beds and in the evenings to the corn. You would get some deer that just stayed in the corn and you would only catch a glimpse of them here and there. If you know the farmer ask when he is going to cut the corn and make sure you are in the woods that day, the vacuum clearners will be out shortly after he is done.
 

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Ya, Dan, I feel bad for you.[smirk] Early season, will be like deer heaven for you, from what I can see. The tree you have your camera in seems like it would be an A OK spot.;)
 
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