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Have you ever missed a shot because of a stand and fill feeder #5280026 08/30/14 02:37 PM
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I really want to build a stand and fill feeder my only concern is missing a shot with a deer behind the feeder.

Re: Have you ever missed a shot because of a stand and fill feeder [Re: jbrooks] #5280030 08/30/14 02:40 PM
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I haven't, but the prominent feeding position is usually right under the spinner and bucks will almost always take that spot. Thats on tripod feeders, all I have used.


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Re: Have you ever missed a shot because of a stand and fill feeder [Re: jbrooks] #5280039 08/30/14 02:48 PM
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If I had one it would not be a problem since I put extra corn out from a road feeder or throw extra out from a bucket. That puts deer where I want them.



Re: Have you ever missed a shot because of a stand and fill feeder [Re: jbrooks] #5280105 08/30/14 03:33 PM
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No. But my stand and fills have 12 volt motors that really throw the corn out and spread it good so I have plenty of shot opportunities that aren't right next to the feeder.


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Re: Have you ever missed a shot because of a stand and fill feeder [Re: jbrooks] #5280542 08/30/14 09:55 PM
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You could always shoot the deer BEFORE he gets to the feeder.......

Re: Have you ever missed a shot because of a stand and fill feeder [Re: jbrooks] #5280614 08/30/14 10:55 PM
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I have several and it is not a problem.

Re: Have you ever missed a shot because of a stand and fill feeder [Re: maximus_flavius] #5280657 08/30/14 11:25 PM
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Originally Posted By: maximus_flavius
You could always shoot the deer BEFORE he gets to the feeder.......

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Re: Have you ever missed a shot because of a stand and fill feeder [Re: maximus_flavius] #5280806 08/31/14 01:16 AM
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Originally Posted By: maximus_flavius
You could always shoot the deer BEFORE he gets to the feeder.......


Oh yeah I never thought of that.

Its going on a sendero next to the brush and blind will be on the opposite side.

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All my feeders are 500-1000lbs and 5'10 tall. No issues

Re: Have you ever missed a shot because of a stand and fill feeder [Re: jbrooks] #5281069 08/31/14 04:08 AM
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No issues here either. Most of feed is broadcast well beyond the feeder, but inside the fence. Bigger issue is not hitting the cattle panel fencing. Trying to sneak a bullet half inch hi or low of the cross wire has cause me a deflection or two!


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Re: Have you ever missed a shot because of a stand and fill feeder [Re: stxranchman] #5281615 08/31/14 06:18 PM
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Originally Posted By: stxranchman
If I had one it would not be a problem since I put extra corn out from a road feeder or throw extra out from a bucket. That puts deer where I want them.


Ditto, I don't shoot em around the feeder




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Re: Have you ever missed a shot because of a stand and fill feeder [Re: jbrooks] #5281623 08/31/14 06:24 PM
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I still have a box of Winchester Fail Safes- I just shoot through the feeder.


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Re: Have you ever missed a shot because of a stand and fill feeder [Re: jbrooks] #5283279 09/02/14 12:47 AM
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Never hit thr feeder while hunting deer. Did put a hole through one of feeder legs while shooting a coon.

Re: Have you ever missed a shot because of a stand and fill feeder [Re: jbrooks] #5283315 09/02/14 01:15 AM
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Gotta learn how to curve the bullet. Ninja skills. ninja

Re: Have you ever missed a shot because of a stand and fill feeder [Re: jbrooks] #5284114 09/02/14 05:01 PM
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I've shot very few bucks standing directly under a feeder. and truthfully not that many does even. we hand throw corn when we sit...so there is a broader area there for the deer to feed. the majority of things that I've shot directly under a feeder have been hogs and raccoons.

like anything...just be patient on your shot. wait for them to move.


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I shot a doe one time that ran into the feeder leg after I shot her! Don't know if that counts lol.


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