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    Default Deer stand views.......

    Let's see em..... we've had deer stand name threads how about views from your stands.....

    Handicap Field view1

    Handicap Field view2


    Condo Field view1



    Hippopotamus Stand view1

    Hippopotamus Stand view2


    Daddy's Stand



    Tha Strip


    Creek Xing


    Harlem Stand
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    How high up is that first stand? You got some nice set ups thats for sure!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jtmartin View Post
    How high up is that first stand?
    It's not but a 15' ladder but it sits on top of a bluff. Stand level to ground at the back of the fields is 70'+ difference.
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    Dang nice views/setups.

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    Good looking spots......keep em coming.

    D, the spot with water is nice.
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    "Across the road"

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    Dead deer.


    Another dead deer.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BOOMSTICK069 View Post
    Dead deer.


    Another dead deer.


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    damn dude, amazing what a little trimming would do for those spots...
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    Just joined this place this year. Richland County. These are my favorite there so far.

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    Default Club #2 - near Bowman and I-26/I-95

    One of my two allowed "private" stands... the "Ditch stand"


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    Timberman What county do you hunt?
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    Timberman What county do you hunt?
    Fairfield
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    We call this the Southside stand. It is Sorghum with strips of clover and chiquory. The four pointer is actually eating squash. The Co-op had some left over and sold it to us cheap so we planted it. Sorry about not posting directly in the thread. I've not yet figured out how to do that.
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    Default DJP??

    That sorghum looks great. Is that Egyptian Wheat? Do you see much wildlife utilizing that stuff other than cover. We've notice very little usage other than song birds....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricequacker View Post
    That sorghum looks great. Is that Egyptian Wheat? Do you see much wildlife utilizing that stuff other than cover. We've notice very little usage other than song birds....
    Good call, That is egyptian wheat. That spring plot is a mixed bag of chufa, egyptian wheat and sorghum that I bought at a QDMA auction. The diabolical plan is to use the sorghum to attract deer and then mow it as late as legally possible in the spring for the turkeys to access the leftover seed and chufa.

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    Fairfield
    The deer hunting's good up there in Ole Tom Patrick's territory for sure.

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