View out my back window

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  1. LSOSGT1109

    LSOSGT1109 10 pointer

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    We recently put a new double wide on my father in law's land. We finally got moved in and this was the view out my back window the other day. We've only got 14 acres but deer travel across it on a regular basis.[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
  2. KYBH4Life

    KYBH4Life Banned

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    Well they won't go hungry
     
  3. captain71

    captain71 10 pointer

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    If you ware to plant you a food plot of an acre or two you would have a great place to hunt.
     
  4. LSOSGT1109

    LSOSGT1109 10 pointer

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    Yeah I've got a feeder back in the woods about 65 yards from the tree line in the pic but it floods back in there pretty regularly and it's flooded back in there right now. I think this summer I'll plant something right where these deer in the pics are.
     
  5. Sammy

    Sammy 6 pointer

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    One of my all time favorite hunting spots is only 10 acres. Got you a field of dreams in the making......good luck!
     
  6. Bigspringhunter07

    Bigspringhunter07 8 pointer

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    Awesome looking spot , i'm working on one myself along with digging a pond close by .
     
  7. Regulator623

    Regulator623 12 pointer

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    You can forget about growing a garden....I thought I would enjoy seeing them around the house, and I did up until the time my fruit trees and landscape bushes started getting chewed up.
     
  8. LSOSGT1109

    LSOSGT1109 10 pointer

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    Haha you apparently have under estimated my obsession with deer! That would make me happy! Lol.
     
  9. LSOSGT1109

    LSOSGT1109 10 pointer

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    I'm also thinking of digging a pond between my house and where those deer are standing. I would also like to plant a couple of persimmon trees, anyone know how fast they grow?
     
  10. Doublelung

    Doublelung 6 pointer

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    Just a thought, but check into sawtooth oak trees. They start producing after a few years and they ripen pretty early. They're a bowhunters dream and they're great to hunt over early season. Check out mossy oak http://nativnurseries.com.
     
  11. forddeerslayer

    forddeerslayer 12 pointer

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    Great view, enjoy it it. I love watching all the critters too.
     

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