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    Attractants for roe.

    I have a new permission which has a Christmas tree plantation on it. I counted 7 roe on it when i was over looking at the ground. I was thinking of putting some kind of feed station on it with my trail camera set up.I was wondering what you guys are using to attract roe to the camera.Any help suggestions much appreciated.

    Regards Kev
    Last edited by kev.rem700; 17-03-2016 at 11:18.
    History will be kind to me for I intend to write it.

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    Apples and spuds me kev but no camera ,just scattered over winter,HOPE YOUR ALL OK MATE,REGARDS DOUG,
    DONT START

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    It appears that, according to your own post, Christmas trees do the job!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AN DU RU FOX View Post
    Apples and spuds me kev but no camera ,just scattered over winter,HOPE YOUR ALL OK MATE,REGARDS DOUG,
    Cheers Doug we are all well hope you are all well.

    Elk hamburger the tree are doing the job just fine.
    I was going to put some kind of feed out so i can get some nice photos/videos. Cheers

    Regards Kev
    History will be kind to me for I intend to write it.

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    I know quite abit about Xmas trees as I used to grow a good deal of them if you have an area where there are newly planted ones about 1-2ft tall they will be on the move soon growth wise I'd stick a camara on a post that's high enough to see over them and you won't need an attractant

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    I've found an apple flavoured block does not seem to work at all. Looking at the live cam in Estonia? it would appear that carrots might be worth a try.

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    You don't need to attract them- if they are there they are there- find a freshly rubbed tree and place your camera on it- it will show you what's about, as you will find at this time of year it will be visited by all the bucks and does that are in in the area

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    Quote Originally Posted by kev.rem700 View Post
    Cheers Doug we are all well hope you are all well.

    Elk hamburger the tree are doing the job just fine.
    I was going to put some kind of feed out so i can get some nice photos/videos. Cheers

    Regards Kev
    I thought you would be out with the camera/video you know the score ,i only put some out over winter because i saw four different does with twins,
    DONT START

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    Flaked maize and feed carrots in front of the trail cam works for me.

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    Thanks lads i was up this morning and put some apples and carrots out i went and forget the camera so I'll be back up tomorrow with the camera. Hopefully next weekend il have some photos/videos.

    Thanks again
    Regards Kev
    History will be kind to me for I intend to write it.

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