Let's see em

Let's see em

This is a discussion on Let's see em within the The Tavern forums, part of the Oklahoma Hunting category; Anyone catching anything good on trail cams? I hope to get a minute and pull one of mine this weekend. First time planting food plots ...

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    Let's see em

    Anyone catching anything good on trail cams? I hope to get a minute and pull one of mine this weekend.
    First time planting food plots as well kind of excited to see how their looking.

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    I don’t have trail cams out yet. I will put some out in a couple of weeks though.
    Have some cell pics though.



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    No trail cam's out this year. My son is taking a welding class at school and going to make me up a couple bear boxes for my cams. I've got plenty of mule deer running around town and the yard and was watching a pronghorn buck chase a couple does through the field some 300y from are place tonight why walking the dogs. The mule deer and pronghorn are thick as skeeters around here. Do have a couple pics on my phone of a cow and calk moose I saw a couple weeks ago out scouting for elk.
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    Nice looking woods Mr. Hoddy.

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    Bullbuster lets see those pictures! Sounds like your in paradise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bear Sits In The Woods View Post
    Bullbuster lets see those pictures! Sounds like your in paradise.
    I truly feel blessed to be living here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullbuster View Post
    I truly feel blessed to be living here.
    I believe it. I know it's at the other end of the state from you, but if you ever drive that highway between Sundance and Devil's Tower at sunset, I guarantee you won't be able to go faster than 35mph. The muleys and whitetail are so thick up there it's like cattle walking across the roadway. We eventually conceded we would definitely hit one, they were just everywhere, and we very nearly hit one driving 35 mph when we made a curve. INSANE
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    Quote Originally Posted by Archer22 View Post
    I believe it. I know it's at the other end of the state from you, but if you ever drive that highway between Sundance and Devil's Tower at sunset, I guarantee you won't be able to go faster than 35mph. The muleys and whitetail are so thick up there it's like cattle walking across the roadway. We eventually conceded we would definitely hit one, they were just everywhere, and we very nearly hit one driving 35 mph when we made a curve. INSANE
    Oldest boy and I took a drive south of town on some BLM. Saw over 120 mulies with 24 of them bucks. One group of 20+ had over a dozen bucks in it. 2 will easily make my top 5 list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bear Sits In The Woods View Post
    Nice looking woods Mr. Hoddy.
    Mule deer from our 2 months in Colorado this summer. I put a game cam out the other day, but haven't checked it. Lots of work to do getting some mowing done and feeders filled in my future before opening day.
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    Couple pics from a trip last week on the North Platte River and the famed Miracle Mile. We caught at least 30 fish. Rainbows, Cutthroat, Cutbow and brown.

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