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entry and exit

Postby crustyhunts » Fri Feb 09, 2018 2:20 am

First beast post hopefully i'm following protocol here. Not try to buck the system ;) So I think believe I found bedding sites. The top piece on the ridge seems to be doe bedding. The bottom with yellow line appears to be big buck bedding and the two beds on the right seem like satellite or smaller buck beds. I just wanted to get some ideas on how I should enter to hunt the bucks on the transition line on the marsh. What would be the most ideal way to attack that? I put the link to image on here. Hopefully this is cool was little unsure on how to post images. Can't wait to get some beast feedback

file:///Users/conormurphy/Desktop/Screen%20Shot%202018-02-08%20at%209.14.13%20AM.png


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Re: entry and exit

Postby justdirtyfun » Fri Feb 09, 2018 2:37 am

I'm glad you are asking for feedback. That is one of the best things going on here..
I didn't review the map but can offer protocol tips.

Location specifics can and should be eliminated. Private land is less of an issue than public. A common mistake is using a cell phone picture that has inbedded data for location. Scouting and hunting pictures should be taken with location services off.

Roads, town names, etc are not important to strategy and deer so black that stuff out too.
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Postby NorthwoodsWiscoHnter » Fri Feb 09, 2018 2:40 am

justdirtyfun wrote:I'm glad you are asking for feedback. That is one of the best things going on here..
I didn't review the map but can offer protocol tips.

Location specifics can and should be eliminated. Private land is less of an issue than public. A common mistake is using a cell phone picture that has inbedded data for location. Scouting and hunting pictures should be taken with location services off.

Roads, town names, etc are not important to strategy and deer so black that stuff out too.


Also be cautious with showing easily noticeable features like water. ;)
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Re: entry and exit

Postby dan » Fri Feb 09, 2018 5:11 am

Link ain't working for me...
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Re: entry and exit

Postby Stanley » Fri Feb 09, 2018 7:07 am

Can't see it either.
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Re: entry and exit

Postby Net Guy » Fri Feb 09, 2018 7:48 am

Can't use the link either.
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Re: entry and exit

Postby crustyhunts » Thu Feb 22, 2018 8:41 am

Thanks for the responses and feedback. I will try to use a link to google photos. Please let me know if anyone can see this. If so please give me some feedback on how you would attatck this spot. Thanks

https://photos.app.goo.gl/mtfEbQWngAGc3Cit2

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