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First attempt at a food plot #7189966 06/06/18 12:03 PM
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6 weeks after seeding . Before and after picture.



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Re: First attempt at a food plot [Re: varnoldi13] #7189968 06/06/18 12:06 PM
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I Feed Indian Corn. The deer love it and all the colors make them stay at the feeder longer.
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What did you use to score the gournd and what seed did you throw? more details would be appreciated up

Re: First attempt at a food plot [Re: varnoldi13] #7193725 06/10/18 10:12 AM
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Is the yellow line I drew on your picture the road/path you take to get into your blind ?
If so you should switch your feeder and blind positions around, you do not want to walk past/through their food source to get to your blind.
Place your feeder at the back end of your food plot so you do not have the feeder blocking line of sight of deer grazing in the plot.

Also if you are rifle hunting place your blind as far away as you feel comfortable shooting, you look awful close if you are rifle hunting.
You also should stake your deer feeder legs to the ground with T Post and wire to make sure your feeder does not get knocked over by hogs or??

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Re: First attempt at a food plot [Re: varnoldi13] #7195866 06/12/18 06:52 PM
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No that is the area I tilled up, I approach from the back side of the blind . We are bow hunts, 30 yards away.


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Originally Posted By: varnoldi13
No that is the area I tilled up, I approach from the back side of the blind . We are bow hunts, 30 yards away.
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Re: First attempt at a food plot [Re: varnoldi13] #7199059 06/16/18 01:24 AM
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Looks 'Deery'. Good job. Now all we need is rain. You in north Texas?

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