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Old 04-19-2015, 12:29 AM   #1
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We went and took a feeder down from one of our stands and found three fresh scrapes still being worked along the woodline...crazy Florida deer. Guess that's where the December fawns come from.
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Dang, they using the wrong calendar or something?
That's weird behavior isn't it.
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What else is there to do in this kind of weather?
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Dang, they using the wrong calendar or something?
That's weird behavior isn't it.
Yeah I thought the same thing, but the scrapes were in the usual spots where scrapes are every year ( under same few trees). The weird thing is they were not there during January or February when they should have been.
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Saw a few in Bama like that on Easter weekend. All of them were old yesterday. Still searching for sheds
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Deer breed year round here, always have. That's why the rut isn't what some people think it should be.
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deer breed year round here, always have. That's why the rut isn't what some people think it should be.
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Deer breed year round here, always have. That's why the rut isn't what some people think it should be.
And we have too many does. People expect to see 3 or 4 bucks chasing a doe which isn't going to happen often around here. All they have to do is hangout 100 yards downwind of a feeder and wait...
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