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08 Aug 2007 05:48 PM  

I just wanted to know what baits yall are using to lure the deer?

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move twice, youre dead
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08 Aug 2007 08:09 PM  
I put out corn up until about 2 weeks before season starts.
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08 Aug 2007 10:42 PM  
Heard folks down here use rice bran.
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09 Aug 2007 03:55 PM  
I use corn and protien feed
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10 Aug 2007 05:52 PM  
Salt and mineral block used for cattle. Buy them at TSC Tractor Supply Co. Just set them on an old tree stump and when the blocks are gone and eaten away the deer will continue to eat the stump and the dirt where the stump sat. Deer love them and are cheaper than buying and trying all the lures on the market. Once the deer know where the lick is at they will use it often.
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16 Aug 2007 12:21 AM  
Peanut butter with bottom cut out. Grape Kool-aid (with sugar) sprinkled in with corn feeder. Or we use mollases over a stump or corn pile.
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16 Aug 2007 03:15 AM  
does the ants bother it much?never heard of that,sounds pretty neat
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16 Aug 2007 03:43 AM  
Ants are a big problem, but I have a few remedies for that too. A little axle grease at the base of you feeder or stump prevents them from being able to access it and the deer/hogs don't mind the smell either. Also, if ants start showing up on your feed site, throw out a few handfuls of the "Over and Out" granules. Also, ant's either can't or don't like to swim. So I start most of my feed sites in creek bottoms. Sandy soil leeches fast so your corn doesn't mold either.
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16 Aug 2007 03:44 AM  
Cool ,thanks for the tips.I'm gonna try the kool-aid thing
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16 Aug 2007 02:26 PM  
THE GRAPE KOOLAID SOUND COOL I WILL TRY THAT....I HAVE HAD GOOD LUCK WITH THE SALTBLOCK AND BLOCKTOPPER..
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22 Aug 2007 04:15 PM  
Buck Grub works well for me, i have tried the C'meer Deer, but did not have great results with this last year. I use the Buck Grub on the ground and mixed in with corn in my feeders.
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23 Aug 2007 11:04 PM  
I use corn and salt licks here in md
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24 Aug 2007 09:15 AM  
We feed corn and protein on a regular basis. I also use Buck Grub before my hunt with a lot of success.
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24 Aug 2007 06:20 PM  
I use corn, a mineral block , a deer cain block, and c' more bucks. all keep the deer coming back for more
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01 Sep 2007 07:00 AM  
i use corn and some sweet feed in my feeder
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05 Sep 2007 03:14 AM  
DEER CORN AND DEER JAM
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13 Oct 2007 06:55 PM  
Corn for me. I do gather acrons anad spread them around my stand which helps also. The grape kool-aid sounds pretty cool to me. im going to try that.
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15 Oct 2007 05:09 PM  
corn and protien feed only during the off season for my trail camera
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03 Nov 2007 03:42 AM  
I use (yr round) a mix feed that has cotton seeds, soy meal, and cracked corn. High in protien, fiber, and fat. People forget deer are like we are and need all three. When a feed is high in fat and fiber their body utilizes the protien better. Its a cattle feed i buy in one huge bag that weighs one ton, for $145. I use two bags a year.
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10 Jan 2008 03:48 AM  
Let us know if dat grape juice works
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