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One of my new hunting spots.

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Arkel23, Aug 27, 2009.

  1. Arkel23

    Arkel23 Member

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    This is actually at a friends house, if I get some more pics I will upload them. I also have MY PERSONAL property in Mill Branch/Effingham, SC, I should be getting pics up soon, I am putting a new stand out in Mill Branch, just waiting on my cousin. The place in the picture is in Scranton, SC, my friend has scouted for 2 or 3 days out there, and says it looks good. He also said he walked up on 3 or 4 does trying to get in the stand :what: one day, and saw a couple bucks does, and a fawn another. It was some a couple other stands in the same place this pic is, one was by a swamp, but they got stolen. :banghead:.
     

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  2. 41 Mag

    41 Mag Senior Member

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    Looks very promising, good luck.

    I hope mine looks like that in a month or so.
     
  3. Arkel23

    Arkel23 Member

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    Thanks.
     
  4. Grizfire

    Grizfire Member

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    I see some real potential there. What crop is that?
     
  5. MCgunner

    MCgunner Senior Member

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    Wow, it looks so green. We're rapidly transitioning to a desert, here. We need rain!
     
  6. DRYHUMOR

    DRYHUMOR Senior Member

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    Ahhh, the bean field.

    Such memories. :D
     
  7. a-sheepdog

    a-sheepdog Member

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    I think you have a great spot there, should bring plenty of opportunity. Good luck.
     
  8. Arkel23

    Arkel23 Member

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    Beanfield, sorry I forgot to respond.
     
  9. courtgreene

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    k my turn

    that looks great, im jealous of people with crap loads of land and who have the resources to plant large fields. I'm just north of charlotte, and since you showed yours, i'll show mine. what do you think?
     

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