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image.jpg Here it is y'all think he deer will like it? The land isn't heavily pressured.Any thought are greatly appreciated
 

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According to those that have hardly any experience hunting around corn I'm surprised a 150" buck didn't rush you while taking the pic. Me, I love it.
 

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Haha thanks man I just hope they start using it!
 

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Course you can already got a stand set up for you!
 

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I was doing some research and everyone was complaining about darn coons climbing up the legs and having a feast so they all said pvc works great so we will see when I check the camera.
 

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Its a gravity feeder the feed comes down the pipe and falls on a plate so no noise!
 

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Zap haha yeah no clue it was our property in Md. Deer seem really spooky there regardless. Put up feeders and never got a pic of a deer until we took them down for the next season. Could just be the area I guess
 

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Zap haha yeah no clue it was our property in Md. Deer seem really spooky there regardless. Put up feeders and never got a pic of a deer until we took them down for the next season. Could just be the area I guess
I was just kidding around, happy holidays!
 

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I know bud. Just read my statement. I didn't mean it like I was accusing u of anything lol. Just meant it was probably just our property down there. The reason the deer were skittish! Sorry if it sounded like anything else! Merry Christmas to u and yours



I was just kidding around, happy holidays!
 

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Hey if they do work I'll post some trail cam pics
 

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I was doing some research and everyone was complaining about darn coons climbing up the legs and having a feast so they all said pvc works great so we will see when I check the camera.
I suspect you’re going to need longer piece of PVC than you have on there. I think they’ll go right over that. I would think you’d need pieces at least 3’ long. .
 

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I would expect to see about 400 blue jays pestering the crap out of that feeder. Not to mention and army of other hungry critters.
 

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Just thought it would help so are you guys saying other animals are going to destroy?
 
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