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A pretty good rub........ #3848836
01/29/23 09:48 PM
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Awbarn, AL
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Ran across this rub today........ thought it was pretty cool looking.

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Re: A pretty good rub........ [Re: CNC] #3848838
01/29/23 09:52 PM
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Good spot for a camera.

Re: A pretty good rub........ [Re: CNC] #3848867
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That ain’t no spike making that one.


Would walk over a naked woman to get to a gobblin turkey!
Re: A pretty good rub........ [Re: CNC] #3848876
01/29/23 11:51 PM
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I found one similar a few days ago.


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Re: A pretty good rub........ [Re: Turkey_neck] #3848883
01/30/23 03:09 AM
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Originally Posted by Turkey_neck
That ain’t no spike making that one.


Big cow horn . Lol

Re: A pretty good rub........ [Re: CNC] #3848896
01/30/23 05:31 AM
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Wonder if they are hog scratching post?


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Re: A pretty good rub........ [Re: CNC] #3848911
01/30/23 06:22 AM
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Looks like a signpost rub. Out in open timber , very visible. Every buck in the area will rub them . I wouldn't hunt there because of it. Now you find a cluster that size back in a thick stuff that's the real deal.



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Re: A pretty good rub........ [Re: CNC] #3848926
01/30/23 06:59 AM
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We got giant rubs all over and I promise there are no giant deer making them. Rubs mean noting except that a buck was there at some point imo

Re: A pretty good rub........ [Re: Turkey_neck] #3849359
01/30/23 05:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Turkey_neck
That ain’t no spike making that one.


That’s a false statement..

Re: A pretty good rub........ [Re: joshm28] #3849378
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Originally Posted by joshm28
Originally Posted by Turkey_neck
That ain’t no spike making that one.


That’s a false statement..

Damn I didn’t know you were watching that tree every day and night.


Would walk over a naked woman to get to a gobblin turkey!
Re: A pretty good rub........ [Re: Turkey_neck] #3849410
01/30/23 06:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Turkey_neck
Originally Posted by joshm28
Originally Posted by Turkey_neck
That ain’t no spike making that one.


That’s a false statement..

Damn I didn’t know you were watching that tree every day and night.


Could be a 6 pack of spikes and a couple of fork horns , laugh



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Re: A pretty good rub........ [Re: CNC] #3849412
01/30/23 06:16 PM
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Found 4 on wma like this in a cluster. The odd thing is all 4 on locust trees.One tree twice this size but not worked over as hard.


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Re: A pretty good rub........ [Re: ridgestalker] #3849422
01/30/23 06:27 PM
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Originally Posted by ridgestalker
Found 4 on wma like this in a cluster. The odd thing is all 4 on locust trees.One tree twice this size but not worked over as hard.


You better not shoot the deer doing that to locust trees. He'll take your gun away from you and beat you to death with it.


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Re: A pretty good rub........ [Re: CNC] #3849427
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Buddy of mines place in lowndes. My grandson was 3 at the time.
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Re: A pretty good rub........ [Re: FurFlyin] #3849428
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Originally Posted by FurFlyin
Originally Posted by ridgestalker
Found 4 on wma like this in a cluster. The odd thing is all 4 on locust trees.One tree twice this size but not worked over as hard.


You better not shoot the deer doing that to locust trees. He'll take your gun away from you and beat you to death with it.


He better be totin' a Creedmoor , I'd be plum skeered with my pitiful, underpowered .308. laugh



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Re: A pretty good rub........ [Re: ridgestalker] #3849433
01/30/23 06:45 PM
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Originally Posted by ridgestalker
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Found 4 on wma like this in a cluster. The odd thing is all 4 on locust trees.One tree twice this size but not worked over as hard.


Used to hook trees like that right where people could see it mainly a few guys that hunted behind me. All you had to do was show them and they would be all over them rubs. It would give me enough breathing room to hunt for a little while without having those idiots hunting on top of you

Re: A pretty good rub........ [Re: CNC] #3849436
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I for one love a good rub

Re: A pretty good rub........ [Re: johndeere5036] #3849439
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Originally Posted by johndeere5036
Originally Posted by ridgestalker
[Linked Image]

Found 4 on wma like this in a cluster. The odd thing is all 4 on locust trees.One tree twice this size but not worked over as hard.


Used to hook trees like that right where people could see it mainly a few guys that hunted behind me. All you had to do was show them and they would be all over them rubs. It would give me enough breathing room to hunt for a little while without having those idiots hunting on top of you


I've heard a claw hammer is a great tool for driving nails and making rubs. Did you get a large deer foot and make some scrapes too?



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Re: A pretty good rub........ [Re: johndeere5036] #3849449
01/30/23 07:00 PM
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Originally Posted by johndeere5036
Originally Posted by ridgestalker
[Linked Image]

Found 4 on wma like this in a cluster. The odd thing is all 4 on locust trees.One tree twice this size but not worked over as hard.


Used to hook trees like that right where people could see it mainly a few guys that hunted behind me. All you had to do was show them and they would be all over them rubs. It would give me enough breathing room to hunt for a little while without having those idiots hunting on top of you
Done that myself a few times. I’m pretty confident that’s not the case here.


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Re: A pretty good rub........ [Re: Turkey_neck] #3849452
01/30/23 07:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Turkey_neck
That ain’t no spike making that one.



I bet every deer in the neighborhood is hitting that one.


"Cull" is just another four letter word...
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