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Old 03-14-2012, 12:23 PM
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I still have some family that hunts around Crowe Mountain and Hollytree that I go with every now and then. How are you hunting those mature deer in the mountains? They can be tough to kill.
I own my place, have for 25 years.Timber is checkerboarded, large,quality plots in the center. Shoot does in bow season and early gun season in several areas, not too much shooting in one place. Have some good neighbors. We keep it quite as possible. I know the land and deer very well, and run a few cameras. I stay out of areas where I know I want to hunt a big buck till late pre-rut or early breeding period. I wait till I think he might move in daylight, then I set up on him. Luck always helps!
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Old 03-14-2012, 01:24 PM
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Those are some great deer for anywhere, congrats on your success.

How many acres do you have?

I own a tract in Randolph County, AL
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Old 03-14-2012, 06:25 PM
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840 acres in one tract.
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Congrats on some dandy Alabama bucks 2Dogs, I hunted skyline back in the late 70's and remember it was one of the few places that had deer back then. You guys remember Flat Woods?
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Drawing a blank on Flat Woods.
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Drawing a blank on Flat Woods.

Flat woods is a good distance south of you around the Piedmont area, it was another place though that held deer when they were vacant here. use to hunt with a couple guys from arab they knew skyline pretty well. Spent a few summers on lake Guntersville also....great goodness those Alabama girls are wonderful!
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Spent a few summers on lake Guntersville also....great goodness those Alabama girls are wonderful!

I've spent a day or two on that lake myself.......graduated from G'ville High.
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Old 04-25-2012, 01:26 PM
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Those are some great deer and pics!
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