Does anyone have any feedback on the Xtreme Texas Hunter Protein Feeder or the Pro Evo All Seasons Protein Feeder?
Some things I was wondering about is there a lot of feed that is wasted due to varmints? The All Seasons claims that it is varmint proof as to where the Texas Hunter looks more open on the tube end.
When the weather becomes humid or wet does the feed get soggy and mushy at the open port of the feed tubes on either brand? The area I hunt in usually has a lot of humidity, dew, and rain and worry about the feed inside turning soggy and mushy and having to clean it out to get it working again.
Are one of these feeders better than the other for that aspect of varmints and weather?
I don't have a high volume of deer traffic, maybe a total 5-10 which include day & night (combination of bucks & does), a few coons (which will be taken care of soon), and a pig here and there and was leaning towards the smaller gravity feeders such as the 600lb (Xtreme Texas Hunter) and the 500lb (Pro Evo All Seasons) and I'm able to fill them about every 2-3 weeks. Would these sizes be okay or would it be better to upgrade to the larger sizes?
Links posted for reference:http://www.texashunterproducts.com/texas-hunter-600-lb-xtreme-protein-feeder/http://www.allseasonsfeeders.com/collections/protein-feeders/products/500lb-pro-evo