This past Friday I decide to go to my oats and wheat food plot. I have a blind which I have had there for about 2 months. I just purchased that day some local fresh doe urine and decide to do a drag line behind me. I get to a small single tree in front of the blind and tuck my drag under leaves there. I go another 15 yds roughly and get into my blind. First rookie mistake is i didnt try my blind out with my chair until that night. Its not tall enough for me to see over into the bottom of my plot, not good. But anyways blah blah blah, see about 20 turkeys come and go. Then this. At sun setting time i start to hear something making noise in woods behind me, i figured it was some does i have had on camera coming in. my front and right side are open to shoot, back closed, left closed with small unzipped to peek out. So i look through the small peep hole to see if i notice anything and THERE HE IS about 30 yds away. now he couldn't see me. But he would stomp his foot, smell in the air, trot around, stomp again, look around. then finally after about 5 to 10 minutes headed back up the ridge or somewhere, lost him. I tried small grunt but nothing. to make things worse, there was no shooting light left. I decide to start packing up, I look up and here comes what looks like to be a deer running following my drag line, all i do is shift my weight and he stops goes back about 20 yds , goes into the woods, then starts blowing! unbelievable. Lets just say next two afternoon sits, nothing. So questions if don't mind. 1. I thought about it and think both bucks came into the deer urine. then big one couldnt figure out why he couldnt see a doe but smelled it. Should I use that same bottle of urine? What are the chances of either deer coming back to that area? 2. How long should i give it a rest before trying again, or does it even matter really? 3.Not a question, but definitely not feeling the blind after that, but I know that is hunting also, just stinks because if I would have put a stand, could have been different outcome, possibly. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks for listening.