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  1. Csubucs76

    Csubucs76 Newb

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    I am hunting a small piece of land in South Georgia Probably 6-7 acres tops. I’ve never scouted it until this year and I have 2 legitimate mature shooters coming into corn. It’s mostly soybean fields surrounding it and on the northern boundary is a huntin club. Does anyone have some tips on getting these deer to come out in the daytime and on hunting small pieces of property in general. [​IMG][​IMG]


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  2. Fix

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    Do not go in it....at all. Find a tree on the edge that plays with your most prevalent wind and only sit that when that wind is correct. I promise you if you go in it they will not wait around to see what you are. I have a small piece and a bunch of other ppl I hunt with so as well and it's the only way IMHO.
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    Agreed! We hunt a small property that borders a neighboring corn field and the #1 key is to keep the pressure low. Do not hunt it more often than once a week if possible and never hunt on a wrong wind or no wind.
     
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