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Feeder Lights #8663362 08/13/22 08:17 PM
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For you guys who use feeder lights, do you run them during deer season or turn them off?

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Mine are on a remote, I turn them on when I want to hunt.

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Originally Posted by Sick Train
For you guys who use feeder lights, do you run them during deer season or turn them off?


Why would you turn them off? Are you no longer hunting hogs?

We always kept things the same between deer season and the rest of the year.


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For you guys who use feeder lights, do you run them during deer season or turn them off?


Why would you turn them off? Are you no longer hunting hogs?

We always kept things the same between deer season and the rest of the year.

Not sure if it would scare deer off.

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Originally Posted by Sick Train
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For you guys who use feeder lights, do you run them during deer season or turn them off?


Why would you turn them off? Are you no longer hunting hogs?

We always kept things the same between deer season and the rest of the year.

Not sure if it would scare deer off.


Deer are used to them. Makes corn easier to see at night????


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Originally Posted by Sick Train
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Originally Posted by Sick Train
For you guys who use feeder lights, do you run them during deer season or turn them off?


Why would you turn them off? Are you no longer hunting hogs?

We always kept things the same between deer season and the rest of the year.

Not sure if it would scare deer off.


If they are still around after using the feeder lights all year long, then they aren't going to be scared of the lights because of a series of dates on the calendar, which they don't have.


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Originally Posted by Double Naught Spy
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For you guys who use feeder lights, do you run them during deer season or turn them off?


Why would you turn them off? Are you no longer hunting hogs?

We always kept things the same between deer season and the rest of the year.

Not sure if it would scare deer off.


If they are still around after using the feeder lights all year long, then they aren't going to be scared of the lights because of a series of dates on the calendar, which they don't have.

Are you sure because for some reason they never come out on those series of dates on the calendar. laugh

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