Did I screw up or how bad did I screw up

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  1. MUDSHARK

    MUDSHARK Grizzled Veteran

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    I pulled groin muscle the other day setting up a scent pad. I fell in the dark over some brush. Tried to stop from falling, I fell anyway. Pulled my grion.

    So now I ride 4 Wheeler to a parking spot at edge of field and walk in( it hurts to walk). So as I am driving into my spot, turned off the lights of the wheeler and puttn in when there he is at the field edge Mr. High and wide. He is facing to the field on the 4 wheeler path, he turns around and run back into Wood's. I am traveling west and the wind is out of the East. Did I blow him out or was just an inconvenience for today?

    Property owner rides 4 wheeler back forth on same path to go back and forth to his daughter's house.

    Just wondering?????


    Did i @#$& it up?
     
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  3. Skywalker

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    If he's used to it, I'm sure it's not really a bother to him. Same thing with deer around farm equipment. They are used to seeing it so it's not outside the norm.
     
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    cocowheats Weekend Warrior

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    He don't care
     
  5. selfbros

    selfbros Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I hunt in the bottoms where people ride 4wheelers all the time. I've heard people say they bother the deer, but if that's the case why do we still see tons of deer. My guess is that he was bedded down when you drove past him. After it got quite he went to the trail to investigate. You should be fine. Next time stay on the 4wheeler with you bow in hand for another 10 minutes
     
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    ybohunt Die Hard Bowhunter

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    My guess is that he'll be fine.
     

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