sorry I havent posted sooner but was waiting for the farmer to finish picking the green beans so I could get my trail cam. I think my family is set up to possibly have our best season in over 10 years. Picture a 4 square checkerboard. Top left corner is a standing corn field with a 70-80 yrd wide by 200 yrd long goldenrod patch alongside of it. Top right corner is an overgrown nursery filled with cedar, beech, and some apple trees bordered by a field filled with butternut squash. Bottom right corner is a freshly sprouted alfalfa field 2 inches high also bordered by the field of squash. And lastly the bottom left corner is the very eastern end of a 2 mile long patch of swamp and hardwoods. The hardwoods are predominantly oak, beech, maple, ash and poplar and boy there are nuts everywhere. My brother and i located two primary scrapes this spring so we got a few good pics. The last set I just got was video of a 120-130 class 9 pt. nibbling on the licking branch then scraping the ground like a bull. We also have pics of a very large 7 pt., a nice 8 pt. and an assortment of yearlings and plump does. Things are looking great but i guess we'll see. hope everyone has a great year.
Venison - the other red meat