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Nilgai question #7148608
04/23/18 03:08 AM
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Found an good spot I want to setup a tree stand to take one with a bow this year. But I also want to increase my odds for a nice buck..I'm not gonna put a feeder there but would like to maybe put up a t-post feeder for corn. Do you think this will throw off the nilgai?the are used to corn on the property but they are using this trail a lot as I just checked my trail cam.


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https://www.sidebysidestuff.com/hangit-t...BSABEgJ_P_D_BwE

Try some portable feeder hanging on tree..

Re: Nilgai question [Re: magspa] #7153686
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Another option would be alfalfa. The Nilgai love it as do the deer. You could get some pellets in a gravity feeder or if you are out there frequent enough, just put out some bales. This might increase your odds with both species.

Have never taken one with a bow. I wish you success.

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