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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-03-2011, 11:40 PM Thread Starter
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Scrape question

I found a scrape this morning that had fresh droppings in it. Is that the buck or a doe doing that, and does it add any significance?

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Re: Scrape question

I would think it would be a buck ,telling other bucks to stay out of my area . I've seen a bunch of active scraps in the last 2 days ; but none with droppings in them .
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in pa on public land that can only mean one thing....it's another buck trying to screw up his hunting. i know more than one hunter that found fresh "droppings" in his ground blind on opening day
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Re: Scrape question

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in pa on public land that can only mean one thing....it's another buck trying to screw up his hunting. i know more than one hunter that found fresh "droppings" in his ground blind on opening day
Need to zip them blinds up to keep them deer from thinking there an outhouse,

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