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Ever wonder how coons get on your feeder? #7481790 04/08/19 09:29 PM
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They have help.

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Re: Ever wonder how coons get on your feeder? [Re: twinbubba] #7482093 04/09/19 02:00 AM
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Why is it so low? It seems low to the ground for a hang 'em high feeder.

Re: Ever wonder how coons get on your feeder? [Re: twinbubba] #7482232 04/09/19 11:53 AM
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So, if I understand this correctly, the more deer I kill the fewer coons I will have on my feeder.
Thanks for the advise.


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Re: Ever wonder how coons get on your feeder? [Re: twinbubba] #7482266 04/09/19 12:48 PM
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Originally Posted by hornetfan63
Why is it so low? It seems low to the ground for a hang 'em high feeder.


That's a hang'em high stand and fill nidea


Re: Ever wonder how coons get on your feeder? [Re: twinbubba] #7482294 04/09/19 01:35 PM
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I think if you look at that picture real close, it's curious timing of the picture, not cooperation. I believe that deer is well behind the drum.


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Originally Posted by hornetfan63
Why is it so low? It seems low to the ground for a hang 'em high feeder.

That's the way we found it when we got to the lease. I believe the high winds we had recently caused it. We must not have had the lock arm secured on the crank gear teeth.


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Re: Ever wonder how coons get on your feeder? [Re: twinbubba] #7482526 04/09/19 07:23 PM
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Originally Posted by CharlieCTx
I think if you look at that picture real close, it's curious timing of the picture, not cooperation. I believe that deer is well behind the drum.

Depth perception illusion, OP either is joking or would not optically qualify for piloting in the military.

Re: Ever wonder how coons get on your feeder? [Re: twinbubba] #7617298 09/26/19 11:19 PM
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With night vision or red spots, green somehow spooks coons, with a either .22LR or small 20ga with #9 shot cures most coons
at close range, if your blind is that close, if not get a pop up and camp out and wait. Yes is a pain, or the get the traps out!....


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