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Favorite Midday Setup #2292217
11/14/17 03:53 AM
11/14/17 03:53 AM
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Birmingham, AL
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ivanwright Offline OP
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ivanwright  Offline OP
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I've heard people say they prefer woods in the mornings or fields in the afternoon...

But what's your favorite setup for a midday sit? Woods? Field? Cutover? Stay at the house wink?

Re: Favorite Midday Setup [Re: ivanwright] #2292225
11/14/17 04:02 AM
11/14/17 04:02 AM
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Springville, al
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Springville, al
I've wondered on this also. I've sat maybe 5-6 times midday when conditions say to, and sat all day maybe 3-4 times but never have i seen more deer midday than a typical morning or afternoon sit. Might just be my property or wrong timing confused

Re: Favorite Midday Setup [Re: ivanwright] #2292260
11/14/17 04:35 AM
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Tuscaloosa Co.
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N2TRKYS Offline
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Open hardwoods


83% of all statistics are made up.

Re: Favorite Midday Setup [Re: ivanwright] #2292262
11/14/17 04:44 AM
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Auburn Al
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3-5 year old cut over hands down my favorite and most productive for me

Re: Favorite Midday Setup [Re: ivanwright] #2292297
11/14/17 05:08 AM
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Pike County, AL
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Pike County, AL
Hammock suspended under a couple of shade trees unless the rut is kicking.

Re: Favorite Midday Setup [Re: ivanwright] #2292456
11/14/17 07:19 AM
11/14/17 07:19 AM
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trinity, alabama
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trinity, alabama
smaller hardwood spot near thick stuff has been most productive for me. my biggest one ever came out near 12:00


" Let me drive Harry, I won't make a fool outta you"
Re: Favorite Midday Setup [Re: ivanwright] #2292459
11/14/17 07:25 AM
11/14/17 07:25 AM
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Pike Co.
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Pike Co.
Hardwoods bordering any kind of "edge" whether it be food plot, cutover, thicket, etc.

Re: Favorite Midday Setup [Re: ivanwright] #2292472
11/14/17 07:39 AM
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Tuscaloosa
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My couch


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Re: Favorite Midday Setup [Re: ivanwright] #2292475
11/14/17 07:41 AM
11/14/17 07:41 AM
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alabama
high in a tree on the downwind side of a big four year old clearcut


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Re: Favorite Midday Setup [Re: ivanwright] #2292482
11/14/17 07:47 AM
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Macon Co
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Itís gonna be a setup either on the edge or right in the middle of a bedding area. The best situations Iíve seen are lanes through young pines or up in a climber over a clear-cut that has grown back up to waist/chest highÖ..those type situations.

Last edited by CNC; 11/14/17 07:48 AM.

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Re: Favorite Midday Setup [Re: BhamFred] #2292491
11/14/17 07:51 AM
11/14/17 07:51 AM
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Tuscaloosa
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Originally Posted By: BhamFred
high in a tree on the downwind side of a big four year old clearcut


With a baby sitting on the shooting rail of your climber


We will burn that bridge when we get there
Re: Favorite Midday Setup [Re: ivanwright] #2292496
11/14/17 07:56 AM
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Over yonder
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Over yonder
Anywhere but a dang food plot. Overcast mid day hunting is my favorite. Looking at a Hardwood bottom from tree or ridge is nice. So is WAAAAAYYYY up in a pine looking over a 2 year old clear cut


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