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Old 09-14-2010, 08:38 AM
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Default Swamp Donkey Smackdown Plot (pics)

This plot has produced a doe kill for the past two years on opening day of gun season and I have a feeling this year will be no exception. The last two years its been 1/2 acre of brassicas. We expanded this year with 1/2 sorghum, 1/2 acre brassicas overseeded with rye, and 1/10 acre wheat.

Looking back at the blind, and sorghum screen. I plan to spend a bit of time in that shooting shack with my Mr. Buddy heater during december muzzleloading season.


View from inside the blind. My lease partner is just putting the finishing touches on the wheat seeded this past weekend.


View out left window:


Mix of Dwarf Essex Rape, Purple Top Turnips, and Groundhog forage radishes are already being hit:
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Old 09-14-2010, 10:43 AM
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You have plenty of food there. Plot really looks healthy. In the first photo it looks like there are houses in the background?
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Old 09-14-2010, 11:00 AM
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Yeah, it is my neighbors shed and house. They are about 200 yards away from the blind. From the edge of the plot to his property line is a thick cattail marsh.
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