The Cub-made food plots pay off

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Re: The Cub-made food plots pay off

Postby ToddW » Fri Dec 04, 2009 10:02 am

Thanks I'll try the oat / turnip mix then next year. Any special brand you use?

We didn't harvest any does this year to try to help the local population next year a bit.
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Re: The Cub-made food plots pay off

Postby Trent M » Fri Dec 04, 2009 10:06 am

No one around here plants oats for pasture. I found (I think I remember this right) 'Evolved Harvest Buck 'n Oats' at Wal Mart in the outdoors section. I bought 1/2-pound of turnip seeds from the local garden seed guy for $2.50. The turnips were 'purple tops.'
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Re: The Cub-made food plots pay off

Postby Yogie » Mon Dec 07, 2009 3:45 am

Very nice buck Trent, my brother and I put out a couple big food plots this year and I've had time to bow hunt them once this season. Feels good though knowing they have a little something since there's no mass at all here this year.
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