Hey fellow hunters. I got a question for you? I have been a whitetail hunter in Texas my whole life, but really got into it during the past 15 years. My stand is in a creek bed with very long views. For the past 3 years, I have had 3 feeders throwing at my stand, 1 with all corn, one with corn and protein pellets mixed, and 1 with corn and roasted soy bean mixed. I just liked the idea of seeing which feeder deer would frequently visit, and having more than one place to focus on while hunting.
Well this past weekend I went to my stand to begin off season feeding, and one of my feeders needs a new thrower, the other needs a new lid, one still works perfect. My question is. . . . is it dumb to have more than one feeder at your deer stand? I am debating just going back to the basics and feeding one feeder, as opposed to the 2 or 3 feeder strategy, but first I wanted to get opinions from some other hunters. Thanks