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    Here's a great funnel. On the left is a thick cedar bush and on the right a large swamp. On the other side of the cedar bush is a field of alfalfa.
    I won't waste my time with it though.
    https://imgur.com/1NicSCh

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    That is incredible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marky.mark View Post
    That is incredible.
    I have a bunch of spots like that around the farm. We do have a lot of deer around here but trails like that are either seasonal or used after dark. They aren't worth the effort. Never having trail cameras, it took me some time to figure some of these things out. But there's always a bright side. They have to be moving somewhere else right?
    Last edited by Jeff Kavanagh; September 14th, 2019 at 07:11 PM.

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    I heard that those heavy trails are after dark spots, ya probably in some thick stuff bedded down

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    when you hunt farmland, its all about the pinch points boys!

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