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#6560644 - 11/27/16 12:48 PM Thoughts on how to convince nocturnal deer to see the "light of day?"
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Registered: 02/24/07
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Loc: Rockwall Tx
All my deer, bucks and does, are nocturnal for the most part. Not just recent but ongoing most of the year. Any thoughts on how to change this pattern. The hunting pressure is average to low average all around us and very low pressure on our place. We've gone from feeding 2x/ day (morning and late afternoon) to one feeding in the morning.

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#6560667 - 11/27/16 01:08 PM Re: Thoughts on how to convince nocturnal deer to see the "light of day?" [Re: gunslinger922]
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Maybe try and set up on the ground in between their bedding and food source and maybe you can catch them up and moving before dark. One thing is for sure if what's your doing isn't working you need to change something and I'd start by not hunting the feeder but instead trails or sneak in close to bedding area.
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