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Maybe it was the rain? #6058388 11/30/15 08:00 PM
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Not sure what it is, probably the lack of rain (we only had 4 days straight) but between yesterday afternoon and today I have had deer hitting my feeder at odd times for my place. They have all been little illegal/spike bucks and what not showing on camera, but who knows what might be out lurking in the food plot or brush. Wish I could have been out yesterday when the rain broke, but there was no way I was getting through the creek bottom to get to my one stand. My other stand is flooded but had deer there this am too. Never in a million years would I have thought to see deer at that flooded feeder.

Re: Maybe it was the rain? [Re: Texas buckeye] #6059766 12/01/15 06:47 AM
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You know the water doesn't affect them as much as it does us. Come to think of it, with dominant bucks on the loose and hunters in every field, a little flood water doesn't sound that bad.

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