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TEAMKILLZONE
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This is a relatively cheap deer feeder that can be pretty stealthy also

4" pvc pipe about 5-6 ft long

4" pvc pipe cap

4" 90 degree elbow

large wire ties or small ratchet straps

camo paint

90 degree elbow on bottom, pvc pipe cap on top (do not glue cap on)

ratchet strap pvc pipe to a tree, fill it with deer corn from the "cap side" top

corn comes down and exits to the ground through the 90 degree elbow, more comes out as deer eat the corn

(camo paint can be used to paint the pipes)

August 15, 2012 at 11:42 PM Flag Quote & Reply

Hillbilly
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Posts: 3

If you’re crafty or good with a saw you can take a cut tree and make a very stealthy feeder. It’s pretty well the same concept but you cut the log in half hallow it out cut a small hole in the bottom on the side. On the inside when you hallow it out you want it to funnel to the opening. You nail or hinge it together on the top from the joining log cut right threw it making a lid. On the bottom of the lid attach wood or I use bottle caps so the lid doesn’t slide off. If you were able to use the bottom of the tree or berry it a few inches in the ground it looks like you have a stump from a tree that has been cut down. It takes a little practice but it does work and is very stealthy for when you don’t want anyone to know you have a feeder out.

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October 29, 2012 at 6:20 AM Flag Quote & Reply

SHAWN
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Posts: 26

TEAMKILLZONE at August 15, 2012 at 11:42 PM

This is a relatively cheap deer feeder that can be pretty stealthy also

4" pvc pipe about 5-6 ft long

4" pvc pipe cap

4" 90 degree elbow

large wire ties or small ratchet straps

camo paint

90 degree elbow on bottom, pvc pipe cap on top (do not glue cap on)

ratchet strap pvc pipe to a tree, fill it with deer corn from the "cap side" top

corn comes down and exits to the ground through the 90 degree elbow, more comes out as deer eat the corn

(camo paint can be used to paint the pipes)

sweet idea

March 13, 2013 at 9:35 PM Flag Quote & Reply

Andrie
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Posts: 1

I can also do that just using scrap woods and other materials. Just need to be more creative instead.

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March 7, 2014 at 10:18 PM Flag Quote & Reply

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