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    Has anyone found any atlers yet? where are you finding them this year?

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    Yes found quite a few where the deer have been hoping fences and around hay stacks where they are feeding at night.

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      Not yet but I just made an awesome shed trap! Hopefully it works! I just put it out today.

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      • #4
        I've found one but it was pretty nice. Found it right after a fence crossing.

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