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Anybody else seeing their exotics go nocturnal #7052332
01/25/18 01:58 PM
01/25/18 01:58 PM
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Round Rock, ranch in Junction
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Round Rock, ranch in Junction
We had great acorn crops and weeds this year on the ranch, so getting the exotics to come to corn feeders has been tough
lately they seem to be moving more nocturnal and eating corn or alfalfa after dark, but then disappearing all day.

Ranch is 1900 acres outside Junction, with high fence and lots of cover

just curious if anyone else is experiencing challenging hunting conditions this year?


Stuff my dad said in the deer blind

"I can dive deeper and come up drier"
"did you do that?"
Re: Anybody else seeing their exotics go nocturnal [Re: rsquared] #7052800
01/25/18 08:02 PM
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Not the antelope species but deer species are not showing up to feeders because of the incredible acorn crop that has lasted ALL STINKIN winter. There are still fresh acorns on the ground.


Crotchety old bastidge
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