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Do any of you guys know what i can use to bait cottontails?

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  • 6phunter
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    i've bow hunted wabbits with beagles., although shots aren't aways possible a running wabbit can sometimes be stopped with a shrill whistle.

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  • Smitty18
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    check your local regulations on bait and if it is legal a pile of fresh apple slices can not be beat. if there are hungry rabbits in the area they will come.

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  • buckhunter
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    Aim for the head unless you want to chase the rabbit down to get your arrow back.

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  • pineywoods
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    Try scattering a little ryegrass and fertilizer on any bare ground near cover and they should come out to feed on it in the early evening after it sprouts.

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  • bigbassboy1
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    I'm pulling 38lbs on my bow, and i plan on using the practice tips, the ones without blades.

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  • buckhunter
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    Bow hunting rabbits is a very lofty skill bigbassboy. Now I see why you asked about baiting. I can't help you with bait but I do know rabbits come out at dusk and feed near their cover.

    What is your bow weight and what head to you plan on using for rabbit?

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  • bigbassboy1
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    I also have a brush pile in my backyard, but when i went to burn it i found out that the critters had a litter baby bunnys. Ok when season opens ill kick it but do they run out and stop or just run, because i use a bow to hunt them.

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  • buckhunter
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    I know rabbits enjoy the safety of a nice big brush pile. I have a number of them set up on my property and a couple good kicks usually gets a rabbit or two to come out.

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    Do any of you guys know what i can use to bait cottontails?

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