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Old 02-22-2011, 08:56 PM
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The does were in this spot, further up the hill, but still on the south facing side of the slope.

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Old 02-22-2011, 10:13 PM
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I think the most important part of that video is that he found an area that already offers buck bedding potential. If there is one horizontal log laying on the ground on that whole point, then probably only one buck will be laying there. Now if you go in and make a half dozen or so of those setups, you could have 2-3 bucks bedding on that point. Dominant bucks and subordinate bucks will tolerate eachother to a certain point. Now doe's on the other hand, things can get crazy in no time. Once again, I think some guys get confused and think that these are magical beds when there not. But you can certainly create a "spot" that will influence a deer to bed there.
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