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Discussion in 'Food Plots & Habitat Improvement' started by Sota, Jul 31, 2016.

  1. Sota

    Sota Legendary Woodsman

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    I was doing a little habitat work yesterday, mowing the oak flat up by the food plot. I had a red cedar on the edge of the food plot that I topped a few years ago I figured I would see if I could get the bucks to get after it. Trimmed all the branches off up to about 4-5' FullSizeRender-38.jpg FullSizeRender-39.jpg
     
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    looks inviting
     
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    Sota Legendary Woodsman

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    I skinned up the bark a little with the saw, it was kinda fun because I hate red cedar trees, my least favorite tree along with a scotch pine and blue spruce trees. I will add a little preorbital later when it gets closer to fall.
     

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