This pic sums it up

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  1. cutman

    cutman Administrator Staff Member

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    Peach tree in the front, waterhole with wood duck box, food plot, and prescribed fire in a longleaf pine stand. The only thing missing is a deer!

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    Bonus photo: there is a hen in the duck box.

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  2. Drycreek

    Drycreek Well-Known Member

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    cutman, what are you using in the nesting box for bedding ? I have a small pond that woodies frequent and I'm thinking of putting up a couple boxes for them. Thanks !
     
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    cutman Administrator Staff Member

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    Cedar shavings. You can get them at Tractor Supply for cheap.
     
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    Thanks, my nesting box is on the way. Do you put a coon guard on yours ? I read somewhere that you can make one out of metal flashing so I'll probably go that route since the commercial ones are almost as costly as the box. Thanks !
     
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    Yes, predator guards are essential. If you aren’t going to put a guard up, don’t put a box up.
     
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    Looks like a fine spot to kill a gobbler
     
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    Great couple of pics Cutman! Doesn't get much better than the combination of all that going on. I've never thought to put a wood duck box on a water hole.
     
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    That's my thinking too...
     

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