Hunting Land Suggestions

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  1. Craig Hansen

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    Hi Guys,
    I just acquired a new piece of hunting land and I was wondering what you guys might think are some good potential bow spots. Corn is being planted in the field this and it totals about 80 acres with the ag land and wooded areas. Let me know what you think. There is also a creek that runs from South to North on the West side of the land.
     

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    bucksnbears Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Sit where the creek enters the woods early- mid November. " Assuming" you live above the Mason Dixon line?.
     
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    he's in Wisconsin.

    and he's hunting right in the middle betwixt Schweiner and the V....
    which made me laugh like Beavis and Butthead for way too long.

    I like the looks of that NE corner with any wind out of the western 180*
     
  4. Craig Hansen

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    Agree. Thinking about putting a stand in the northwest corner and the north east corner. Wind should predominately be in my favor most nights. If I get a south or and East wind, which I love to hunt the first night of, I could be in some trouble.....
     
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    that NE corner should still be OK on a S wind so long as it doesn't shift out of the SE.
    I also like the creek where it meets the field edges - which side I picked being dependent on the wind.
    On an E wind, I would take a good look at the far western edge of the property at the creek as well.
     
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