Second year clover plot

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  1. Polecatmasten

    Polecatmasten Weekend Warrior

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    Besides needing rain , I'm more than pleased
    Started with this last year
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    Had this buck at 5-6 yards with my bow , but it was just too dark to see [​IMG]
    Ended shooting with rifle on my birthday;)

    Clover at second year

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    May be time to freshen the camo on my turkey house ;)


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  2. PSEREVENGEMAN

    PSEREVENGEMAN Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Use limbs from discarded fake xmas trees.
     
  3. Polecatmasten

    Polecatmasten Weekend Warrior

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    That's a great idea ... Why didn't I think of that

    Thanks


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    Plot is here

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  5. jake_

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    looks good. thanks for sharing.


    What I do on my clover plot is mow it in strips so there is always different growth stages of clover in the plot. But.... some people dont have their plots near by that they can do this and only can get to their land once in a while.
     
  6. SharpEyeSam

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    Looking good!
     
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    I like it....does look like it could use some rain...
     
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    Looks good. Nice buck, too!
     
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    Dawn Assassin Die Hard Bowhunter

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    looks like a sweet honey hole
     
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    Looks like a great spot!
     
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    nice spot!!!
     

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