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aghunter09

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Registered: August 2007
Location: college station, tx
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Think this young guy has some potential?
· Date: Sun,January,11,2009 · Views: 1,699 ·
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marioncountykybuckhunter3
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Hunt n' Fish

Registered: October 2007
Location: ky
Posts: 3,119
Sun,January,11,2009 5:44am Rating: 10 

hell be a hoss next year

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Jake Krish: Member of the Murray State Trap, Skeet, and Bass team.................................................09 Diamond The Stud, Tikka T3 .270
shedoholic
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Were's the dang truck???

Registered: April 2007
Location: NW,Okie
Posts: 2,191
Sun,January,11,2009 8:50pm

That is one thick buck. Next year he will be a giant.

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bassman802
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bassman802

Registered: November 2008
Location: kentucky
Posts: 2,226
Mon,January,12,2009 12:43am Rating: 10 

Great buck, love the web look on the right beam. He'll be an awesome deer come next season too.
aghunter09
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Registered: August 2007
Location: college station, tx
Posts: 1,557
Mon,January,12,2009 1:05am

Yea I love the bladed brow too, knowing Kansas deer he will probably put on 40 inches for next season.
mbhunter

Registered: December 2007
Posts: 28
Mon,January,12,2009 10:19pm

He's gonna be a brute, he's got good mass ,length and already a 5x5. Good luck on him. He looks like a scrapper too.
aghunter09
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Registered: August 2007
Location: college station, tx
Posts: 1,557
Sat,January,17,2009 6:27am

Hey guys... I'm asking for suggestions. I'm thinking about putting either a protein feeder or a corn feeder on a couple of these properties to keep the deer close. What do yall think? Think maybe a big protein feeder would be best? Just looking for some input. Thanks
DEER 24/7

Registered: October 2006
Location: OKLAHOMA
Posts: 2,040
Sat,January,17,2009 12:58pm

aghunter in the spring i would mix soybeans or cow peas with corn 80% beans 20% corn,then in fall i would go with corn 80% beans 20% just a thought
aghunter09
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Registered: August 2007
Location: college station, tx
Posts: 1,557
Sat,January,17,2009 6:20pm

I'm not really up to snuff on feed so can you fill me in a bit. Is this something that can go in a protein feeder? The only thing is that this place is ten hours away. I was trying to come up with ideas to get some of the deer locked on to my property. Many of the deer travel so much there and while I might have a couple of giants using the property, they same to only show up once a week or once every 3 or 4 days so I was trying to think of how best to hold them in the area. Then I could put cams up and see which property has the best bucks frequenting the area most to give me a good chance to shoot one on a one week trip as next year I will be out of college and working full time. Thanks for the advice guys
DEER 24/7

Registered: October 2006
Location: OKLAHOMA
Posts: 2,040
Sat,January,17,2009 8:22pm

aghunter foodplots are cheaper then feeders,if u can'nt do food plots i would suggest feeding protien in spring and summer like beans or peas they are cheaper then the processsed feeds made for deer and work just a well you may already know deer need protien for antler growth and laceraning does in spring and summer months,they carbs in winter for fat reserves like corn being that far away i would recommend a BIGaz feeder [ link ] or the big boss buck feeder advertise on this page holds 1200 lbs hopes this helps
aghunter09
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Registered: August 2007
Location: college station, tx
Posts: 1,557
Sun,January,18,2009 5:02pm

I like that. Only problem I see is that I might have a big problem with rats, squirrels, raccoons and birds. I do really like that though, I wonder if I could build something like that for real cheap. I'm not sure when I would put this up, probably late summer just to start pulling deer in. The Kansas deer don't have any issues with nutrition. Thanks again for the advice
sp hunter
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Registered: September 2008
Location: Oklahoma
Posts: 434
Mon,January,19,2009 7:38pm

Love the palmation. I understand your problem. Big open areas allow those bucks to roam. We use food plots with peas in the summer and winter wheat in the winter, as well as feeders. That protein is good for em but the corn is "candy". That's what will keep em coming in if you don't have time for a food plot. You just need to decide if you want a timer (which will have problems, "batteries") or a gravity feeder. Only problem with a gravity, it goes so fast.
aghunter09
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Registered: August 2007
Location: college station, tx
Posts: 1,557
Mon,January,19,2009 11:15pm

Yea. I need to figure out what I'm going to do. I won't be able to get up there and plant and food plot and I don't need to worry about giving them nutrition because they have no problems with that. I will probably go put up some corn feeders in august or so but I just need to decide between gravity or corn feeder.
sp hunter
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Registered: September 2008
Location: Oklahoma
Posts: 434
Tue,August,11,2009 1:52am

Hope to see some pics of this boy soon ag.
aghunter09
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Registered: August 2007
Location: college station, tx
Posts: 1,557
Wed,August,19,2009 5:47pm

yea this is actually on a friends lease that he killed a 2yr old 170 class on about 5 years ago.... He has another bigger property that he likes better for bowhunting so he told me I could have this one this year. I went up last weekend and put out four cameras and you know I put one in here. This place has a milo field and I put 50lbs and a salt block with molasses on it in front of all of my cameras so hopefully I will have some great photos when I get back up there in september or october.
aghunter09
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Registered: August 2007
Location: college station, tx
Posts: 1,557
Fri,September,4,2009 3:01pm

going to check cams and put out feeders at the end of the month... Hope to have some good pics to look at. I have 4 cams out... 1 on 4 different pieces and this being one so I should have some studs to post in a month or so. The cams would have been out for 7 or 8 weeks.
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