Thanks guys. Since posting my question, i have been out scouting it seems non stop. My wife is starting to question me, if you know what i mean. Anyway, yesterday morning I'm watching through my bino's and like clockwork here they come. ONly this time there are six of them. on their way into the soybeans they walk through a small plot of corn and every one of them stopped at least once to eat some of the corn. It's still green and in it's shucks, however they ate shuck, corn and all just like it was a corn dog for you and I. I am so fired up this year. I have deer hunted for a number of years, but have never seen racks like these deer have on them. The food they ate here really puts the mass on apparently. I hope about 10 pm on Sept. 15th Ill be posting pics of my first pemiscot county monster.
Hunting, fishing, drawing, and music occupied my every moment. Cares I knew not, and cared naught about them. --John James Audubon