Saturday, October 12, 2013

Deer Hunting Massachusetts: Food Plot Came to FRUITion!

My food plot came to fruition. As it is illegal to bait deer in Massachusetts, I had to get creative. I put my stand IN an apple orchard. I set up the camera and viola! The "food plot" has come to fruition!
The first pic was pretty cool... the deer is staring intently at a pile of apples...




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