You might be wondering Stub why don't you chootem? Or maybe not
I have been fortunate to hunt this Honey Hole for a long time, but times are changing. I have been managing 80 acres but only hunting the east 40 which isn't much unless you have a lot of family members involved. Two of the family members own the 40 I am on, 4 own the 40 acres to the west. One of the 4 to the west is going to build a barndominium on their 10 acres next fall and they will be all over the place. Some of their relatives just sold their 80 acres to the east of me to a couple of lawyers from FT. Worth, there goes the neighborhood
Fortunately their is a 40 acre buffer between me and the lawyers!
So my honey hole will probably not be as productive but will see??
A couple of more pics this afternoon, I got into the blind at 3:45 and saw them at 4:31, the left a little after 5.
Sorry the pics are off I had to shoot through the netting because they were so close.
Its dry, need some rain bad. Thinking about putting a water trough outside the feeder?
Time to boogey down the road and have some fun