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Good morning,

I went to ONE of the local spots i might consider to hunt opening morning. I parked my truck got out and right outside the gate were a bunch of small apples thrown there. They looked maybe a couple days old. Im afraid that if they are there opening morning i might not be able to hunt there. Its about 100 yards from where i hunt and a CO might think i put them there.

They are outside the gate in plain view where you park. I looked around i thought maybe someone hung a camera around there or something but didnt find anything. I might just find another spot to hunt there is so much land out there to get in trouble

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My guess is a C.O. would guess what happened.. someone had a bunch of extra apples from their trees and decided to feed the deer.

If it were me, and I liked that area a lot. I would call the C.O. and tell him the situation. Then you hear it straight from the mouth!

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Good answer!!!! My guess is if there are deer in that area the apples will be gone before to long. I put my camera out back in June with a bunch of apple peelings some corn and with in two days there was nothing left. 140 pictures of does, fawns, coons, birds, and a skunk. Deer during the day light hours and the other critters at night. Got to love them cameras. I get just as excited checking the camera as I do in getting out there and hunting.

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Thanks Guys, I will go out there this weekend if theyre gone im safe he he if not well ill call a co that way there is something down on paper or file in case someone makes trouble for me. i do have other options of where to go hunt.

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