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    Rub Tree

    This Red Pine gets rubbed on every year. It seams that every deer that comes buy stops and checks it out.
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    Sounds like the place for a blind or tree stand
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    It looks like all but 1 was at night.
    Is it close to a food source

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    Looks like a good signpost rub. They're likely bedding somewhere close-by.

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    The rub tree is just in the woods by a 60 acre corn field. Every year during pre rut and the rut does, fawns and bucks all stop and check it out. This pine is in a grove of 100 other pines roughly all the same size. For what ever reason they chose the same pine to rub and scent mark year after year. Its been this way for the 20 years I've owned this place.

 

 

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