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 Post subject: Coon feeders in a tree?
PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2007 8:06 pm 
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Does anybody kno how i could put a coonfeeder in a tree where a deer couldnt reach it any help with be welcome thanx :D


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you can sour the corn before you hang it.deers won't mess with it and the coons love it, soak it in water and let it sour.i'll try to find some of my sour corn game cam's pic's

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here's some where we put soured corn in our pipe feeders,
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dedgum i will deffianetly try that thanx alot!!!


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you can try one of those screw in feeders that you can put up...

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yea like he said it works good itll smell jus like wiskey!

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I use bungee cords to hold them to the tree so it is very simple to move them. If you want to put them up higher in a tree it is easy enough to do if you support the bottom in a Y of the tree. Just make sure you make it short enough that you can take it down to fill it and that you can lift it up again when it's full.
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Try u some day old bread an cakes an cookies.U can get them at the bakery.


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you can use an old tire put the corn in it and fill it up with water. Hang that in the tree. The coons will pull it out of the water.

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junior8 wrote:
you can sour the corn before you hang it.deers won't mess with it and the coons love it, soak it in water and let it sour.i'll try to find some of my sour corn game cam's pic's


Deer will eat the soured corn around here. I think the deer and turkeys like the soured corn better than fresh shucked! lol

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cut the bottom 1/3 out of a 55gal drum. pour 55lbs of corn and fill to the top with water. that corn will sour and a deer or turkey will not stick their head under the water to get the corn. but a coon will climb in and pull the corn up with thier hands. easiest way i have found.

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Hears another thing you can try, insted of putting just plain water, you can flavor the water with cool aid

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here how i do mine

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