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Green Timber Hole

Postby mdycrk » Mon Feb 11, 2013 10:56 am

I've got a green timber hole one one of our farms that we found this year. Did some scouting on some new places and found it.
We've been hunting flooded fields for a while, and are new to flooded timber really.
When we found the hole, which is probably 10-15 acres total, it had a number of wood ducks on it already. It's been suggested to me to open up the area directly around the "hole" in the canopy where birds are coming in. Just wondered if there were any other suggestions on improvements that we could look at, to hopefully improve the attractiveness of this spot. Normally we have good mallard numbers around, even though we didn't see any this year many. So just trying make it more attractive to the greentops. Anything?
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Re: Green Timber Hole

Postby jack lowe » Mon Feb 18, 2013 8:31 pm

baite it during the off season
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