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    So I sprayed myself with insect repellant, thinking that the mosquitoes would be bad when I went to switch the cards from my trail cameras. almost no mosquitoes but swarms of deer flies! My poor dog had 10 or more on her and I was busy killing them between changing the SD cards. When I got back I was pleasantly surprised to see pictures of a Doe with a fawn nursing and another Doe with twin fawns. I was also spraying my small food plot with RoundUp and the deer flies were all over my face and hands while I was spraying.

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    Always nice to see that they made it through the winter and had their offspring ...Cool pics...
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    Nice pictures JM.
    Just a curiosity -would that block potentially slide down and potentially crush some smaller critter?

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    I have had them on this block of wood for the last 3 years and they stay on there until the block gets small and the deer, etc knock it over. 25 years in this spot and no injuries!

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    Deer flies are nasty this year


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    Nice pics John, when this heat finally breaks I may try to find time for a walk to pull some cards. I also need to take a brush trimmer and clean up some trails, not for the deer but for me.

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