Who here has killed a buck 3 years old or older in the morning between 10/1 and 10/20? Would like information about the hunt and why you think you were successful at doing this. I personally have killed 3 of them in mid-October on morning hunts. If memory serves they were something like the 16th, 18th and 19th. All hunts coincided with cold fronts and being either in or directly next to a bedding area. Going to try and pull this off again this year to give myself some sort of early season challenge to work towards. Just looking for some additional experiences, advice, etc. This topic was stirred up during a talk I did the other night with Dan Johnson from the Nine Finger Chronicles podcast. He specifically mentioned Cody D'Acquisto (Andrae's son) has been very successful the past few years killing big bucks in October on morning hunts, which is something that's kind of been poo-poo'd by some of the armchair hunters out there the last few years. Anyone who is interested can listen to Cody's interview here: https://sportsmensnation.com/podcasts/aggressive-whitetail-tactics-with-cody-dacquisto Thoughts?