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Old 06-10-2012, 07:37 AM
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Default Hunting timbered land

We just had four pieces of our lease timbered. Our hardwoods with a mixture of pine bottoms are still intact. I've already put some corn and cameras out in different sections to see what kind of movement will now be taking place. I keep hearing hunting on timbered land only makes the hunting better but I really can't see the deer just popping out in the open like that. The best scenarios I see at this time is to set up in the few hardwoods they left standing in the cut and watch the edge of the bottoms. Does that sound about right?
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