Friday, October 18, 2013

Bow hunting Massachusetts: Trail cam check

Wanted to share few more pics from the other days trail cam check. We got some bucks which is nice. A bunch of does big and small. I try not to take any does from this spot since it won't help drive up the population.

This year I posted most of the property to keep outside hunters off the land. For the most part this has worked really well. I have seen the number of deer almost double since I put up the signs. 


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