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    What would be digging up these spots 3 different spots on edge of bush
    Iím pretty sure itís not deer





    Looks like remnant of yellow jacket nest



    My red clover is looking good


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    Cougar, wild boar or bigfoot.
    Or could be just turkeys dusting
    Time in the outdoors is never wasted

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    Too deep for turkey and centre of hole looks like 5Ē deep start of post hole auger

    Skunk?

    Ooh wild boar I donít know what that would look like

    Ooh how long does it take to smoke bacon
    Last edited by js4fn; August 18th, 2018 at 01:31 PM.

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    Skunks regularly dig up yellow jacket nests.

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    all sorts of big rodents dig. turkeys surprisingly can do alot of damage too... and eat the baits like crazy

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    I would definitely say skunk
    Paul

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    I like your stand location. I would try and break up the silhouette a bit more with some branches tall grasses to make it look more natural.

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    Your clover is doing well! My clover is coming along but the drought here really slowed it down and pretty much did in my turnips. Looks like skunk digging up those holes.
    Rod Embree
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    Not sure where you live but the that's
    's the work of bears where I live. They love the larvae in the nest. I guess it's worth the stings on the muzzle!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fenelon View Post
    Not sure where you live but the that's
    's the work of bears where I live. They love the larvae in the nest. I guess it's worth the stings on the muzzle!
    I would agree except there's no claw marks or tracks. I see Bear "rips" around the camp on a regular basis in the off season (naturally LOL) and there's no mistaking them . These seem to be a lot smaller area.

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