Hunting & Fishing  Pics out of or from your blind or stand.

drglock

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  • Jan 13, 2012
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    I like to see the type terrain people hunt in . I’ll get this started with mine. North Central Oklahoma.

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    MinnesotaMulisha

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  • Jul 30, 2013
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    This is looking to the west. My stand is in Northern MN on a high voltage line. I can see 700 yards+ to the West, and about 600 to the east.

    I run a Big Buddy propane heater and have a 20 pound tank outside the shack. Being cold is foolish anymore.
     

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    WoobieJ

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    Dont worry guys, I'll bite the bullet and accept the invite to hunt this awesome looking place. Lol. Great pictures of a great looking spot bud.
    hahaha thank you! It's got more character than most ranches I've seen. Blessed to be able to hunt it!

    The best part is that it produces, and is only getting better. 160" (right at 160.0") low fence whitetail harvested last year, with only 1 year of protein feeding (so he was big even before).
     

    TanktheFrank

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    hahaha thank you! It's got more character than most ranches I've seen. Blessed to be able to hunt it!

    The best part is that it produces, and is only getting better. 160" (right at 160.0") low fence whitetail harvested last year, with only 1 year of protein feeding (so he was big even before).

    I had a semi serious invite to a place similar, out towards Water Valley in the sameish area. Might have to follow that one up. 160 for low fence is fantastic! Not many make it that that big around here.
     

    WoobieJ

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    I had a semi serious invite to a place similar, out towards Water Valley in the sameish area. Might have to follow that one up. 160 for low fence is fantastic! Not many make it that that big around here.
    I would do that! There can be some big ones around especially if the surrounding area hasn't been hunted too hard or inappropriately. Depends on the ranch.

    Yea I know why he survived to be that big though, he was very very cautious. We had to hunt almost every day, and we still never saw him at the feeder when we were in the blind. He was always a step ahead it seemed like. We got lucky and happened to notice him bedded down with a couple does in the middle of the day far off by a cement water trough. This was towards the end of the rut, so I guess that explains his "out of character" behavior that day. My friend was able to put a stalk on him and make a longer shot with his .25-06 as he stood and started to trot off into cover. He was DRT, and now resides in the lodge as a shoulder mount.
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