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Old November 14, 2011, 08:08 PM   #3
ZeroJunk
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Join Date: August 14, 2006
Location: Browns Summit NC
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We have had 1760 acres leased for about 15 years. They have logged it all now doing 200 to 300 acres at a time. I was surprised at how many deer you would see in the cut overs eating the acorns left behind. It really depends on how much cover is left. They will also have to leave a boundary uncut 50 or so feet on each side of any drainage. I'm not sure what the authority considers a drainage, but on our lease any continuous running spring was left uncut between the spring and the river. It will make good hunting spots. If there is little cover the deer may not come in until very late, so set up on the edges where you can.
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