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Old 11-09-2009, 07:56 PM
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Where the heck are they?

I have been out most every morning and set there looking over a big field loaded with woodchucks see lots of sign the temps have been 55 to 65 and seen nothing.
Do they do there dirty work at night?
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Old 11-09-2009, 11:23 PM
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Re: Where the heck are they?

kc,
How early are ya getting out? I usually don't even go look for them till around 09:30AM. That gives the sun time to come up good and warm them up a bit, plus I can get some coffee.
I would have thought by November they would have already hibernated but I shot two Saturday. One at 200yds and the other at 580yds. Longest kill this year.
I thought they were strictly daytime feeders but my neighbor said he killed one the other night about a month or two ago. Guess we should "Google" them and find out their habits. JohnnyK.
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