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    Default Scouting live 1/7

    Who is going to go scouting today?
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    Lol .... I can't put my arms down!!
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    I went yesterday pre "snow". Learned a lot about the deer, primarily buck, movement on the piece I hunt. Still impossible, in my mind right now, to get in without busting them but good to see they are still in there doing their thang

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    seeing tracks coming to beans around three. tracks made after i had walked past the area an hr earlier. now sun has popped out so they are rollling i bet.

    tomorrow will be great day to see what is around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldest school View Post
    seeing tracks coming to beans around three. tracks made after i had walked past the area an hr earlier. now sun has popped out so they are rollling i bet.

    tomorrow will be great day to see what is around.
    This is a pointless question but are these ag fields or food plots you're referencing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunthard2 View Post
    This is a pointless question but are these ag fields or food plots you're referencing?
    they are cut bean fields that have sections that were not picked. pretty much perfect given the snow cover.
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    I was out a little today, but saw no sign - the animals were still holed-up due to the storm. We'll see more wildlife activity tomorrow.
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    The "3 Amigos" (three fawns at my place) were up and about.
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