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two years ago we had over 40 deer on our property, during bow season we had 40 deer on our property out of range, then as soon a

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  • 60256
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    Did you have anybody on your property? They might've stunck it up for you.

    Nate

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  • Golfing Sportsman
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    There is a good chunk of private land less than a mile from where i hunt that gets zero hunting pressure. During gun season the deer pile onto that property and stay there during daylight hours until the shooting stops. The place where I hunt goes from deer paradise to a waste land, the deer know where to go to stat safe.

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  • Del in KS
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    As seasons change so does the favored food. In Kansas Alfalfa, Milo and Soybeans are hot during the Sep-Oct. Next they start hitting corn and after a heavy freeze winter wheat is the only green forage left and deer eat the heck out of it. There's also hunting pressure and the quality of security cover changes as the leaves fall.

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  • gossy42
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    It is more than likely pressure. Pressure can ruin osr at least stall any property. If it is not pressure it could be the lack of a good food source.

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  • wagirl
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    deer aren't dumb. if they get pressured enough, they learn when to leave your property and when to come back.

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  • mdhager115
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    They may have spooked once the guns started going off.

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  • two years ago we had over 40 deer on our property, during bow season we had 40 deer on our property out of range, then as soon a

    two years ago we had over 40 deer on our property, during bow season we had 40 deer on our property out of range, then as soon as it was gun season started they were all gone. What happened?

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