What are your thoughts on bumping a buck from his bedding area. Often we read, watch, hear that you better not bump a buck from his bedroom or that's it. He won't tolerate it and he'll relocate. If this happened repeatedly I can buy in, but occasionally bumping a buck from his bedroom won't make him relocate in my opinion. If a buck relocated each time he got bumped, especially in farm country, he'd never quit relocating.... Always be on the run, and a buck doesn't get old by fleeing to new, unfamiliar areas all the time. If HE busts you in your treestand, then I can certainly see him steering wide of that spot, but if you bust him while scouting, hanging stands, etc....I can't buy that he is out of there? What say you?