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Author Topic: Mechanical Deer Feeders  (Read 1155 times)

Offline yari

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Re: Mechanical Deer Feeders
« Reply #15 on: December 28, 2018, 01:23:04 PM »
bears are just giant coons. they are clever and can make a huge mess
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Offline Viking1204

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Re: Mechanical Deer Feeders
« Reply #16 on: January 08, 2019, 12:20:40 PM »
Yari you're right about that! I have one of the blue feeders at home right now plugging the bear teeth holes in it for my trip to MS. I found the best way to patch them was to use the tape used to seal A/C ducting on the inside, covers holes on the inside and won't come off and then I calk the holes on the outside with 3M 5200. In Florida where we have the bear problem I'm building a new tripod using EMT conduit for the legs and raising it up to about 15' high, the legs of the tripod will be wire tied to T-posts pounded at least 2 feet into the ground! Seems to stop them so far!
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