Discussion in 'Bowhunting Talk' started by cls74, Aug 17, 2019.
Good luck Mike!!
Lab meeting over!! I plan on being in the woods for 1pm.
Really thought that pic would be something different!
Saw a good one on my way home from work this morning with a hot doe.
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Heck yeah! Way to go!
I'm not the expert, but I'd probably find the lowest most protected from the wind spot and sit low; low saddle, creek bed, some type of steep ridge they can get below etc.
Frame that. Great pic.
Congrats that’s an awesome buck! Congrats one the amazing season also!
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Grave yard here all AM. Other than 2 I bumped coming in haven't even heard one and quiet a n d crunchy as it is I'd have heard one of there was one. Giving it another 30 then I'm Oscar Mike
That's a great buck! Congrats. Looks like he did his share of fighting to control that swamp.
what a giant! congrats!!!
guys, guys, something happened
Yea that looks like it'd be a tough drag.
Inject that right into my veins.
This is my situation as well. I can't stand high wind when I'm hunting!!!!!!
I had a good evening hunt yesterday, seeing a buck chasing a doe and passing on a basket 8pt, so I'll wait a bit and maybe just do an evening hunt tonight. Naaa, I'm leaving now to hunt, the rut is only a brief time each year! I'll be LFTS in about 1 1/2 hours. Hey, at least I know there won't be any bugs!!!
I think with those winds and at this point during the rut the doe will be in the thickest stuff they can find. The more they get bird dogged by these bucks the deeper they will go.
30 something yards 1/4 away
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