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xedge2002

Hunt tonight

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Does anybody think tonight will be good as the cold front is coming through? I am planning on going and sitting in one of two spots I haven't tried yet this year and see what happens.

Do you guys think it would be better to sit by some willows near a combined cornfield or by some CRP that has standing corn about 200 yards away?

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I would think tonight should be great. Deer often feed heavy before a cold front rolls thru in preparation for a storm. I would definately key in on known food sources.

Good Luck!

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Willows!!! great stagin area evening feeding.

Good Luck

joe

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If I had the night off, I know I would be in a stand!

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Just got in, the deer were moving!! Saw 5 within about 50 yards, had a fawn come about 3 yards from me, pretty neat considering the only stand I had for the wind condition was a old gun stand and that was only 6 feet high!!!!

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