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Corn - feeder #7355402 11/22/18 06:27 PM
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Besides corn, what else can I do to draw doe(s) into my set up?


Where I'm hunting you have to shoot two does before you can hunt any bucks.

I've got a feeder out and they hit it, but at different times. And not every day.

What else can I try to get them coming in consistently?


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Re: Corn - feeder [Re: Hopedale] #7355414 11/22/18 06:34 PM
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Corn is the number one thing to draw in does. so, just keep hunting that feeder.


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Re: Corn - feeder [Re: Hopedale] #7355710 11/23/18 02:49 AM
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I've heard that a fawn in distress call works. I've never tried it but I'm sure someone on here could chime I'm that has.

Re: Corn - feeder [Re: Hopedale] #7355717 11/23/18 02:54 AM
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Can you only hunt one feeder? They hit some of ours daily and some sporadically. Sometimes they disappear for a while. Usually Jan is easiest time but that doesn't help you. I have seen 4 times the bucks as doe this year. They move randomly throughout day and dont touch the corn.

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