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Foxpro?? #5380317 10/26/14 04:04 PM
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I know some of y'all have great success using a foxpro.. I'm all tagged out for deer so I wanna get a jump on some varmint any tips y'all can provide I would appreciate it.

My hunting area is a long power line I hunt from a box blind .

What foxpro are you using and what calls?

Thought about trapping but rather try a call first.. Also ordered some mouth calls from tj

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Re: Foxpro?? [Re: daniel1381] #5380649 10/26/14 08:49 PM
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How many Box blinds do you have to hunt from? Normal calling day would be 8-15 spots 1/4 to 1 mile apart spending 10-20 minutes at each stand.


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Re: Foxpro?? [Re: daniel1381] #5380661 10/26/14 09:00 PM
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2 stands.. Plenty of cover areas to hunt from the ground. Just gotta get me a good set of shooting sticks


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