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Whats the best way to set up a mineral lick for your trail camera?

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  • Gary Devine
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    I put the block seven feet out on the ground, and set the trail cam on a tree a foot above the ground.
    If you click on my name or profile photo my personal submissions will come up. Click on my photos, and you will see deer licking the salt block etc. I have a great photo of two nine point bucks face to face. The low shot photo is lot different from the crowd photos. good Luck!

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