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Question by rebelhunter12. Uploaded on September 30, 2010
Tie up a hot doe? Really, it is difficult to attract deer. You can coerce deer to congregate in areas that they already live with food plots or feeders. If you are in an area that has very few deer, I would recommend a food plot.
Pile up all of there favorite foods and then drop some doe esturis around the plot. Set up your stand and peg one.
Good call,ED J!
Wanna bunch of deer to show up?
Try planting watermelons or blackeye peas! (that's Cow Peas for you Californios!)
In deer country, these crops are almost non-harvestable due to deer depredation! Unfortunately, especially in the spring!
Sweet 'taters in sandy soil are an awesome attractant!
Awesome food plot attractant! Try alfalfa!
Seriously, once more, I'm late. The guys above have the best answer already. Habitat modification!
The wife's roses and my apple trees keep a herd in my yard. Any advice on how to get rid of the buggers short of my bow and traumatized neighbor kids?
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