bigpaul

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  1. My girlfriend thinks I’ve lost it. Bailed out of work a couple of hours early, plowed the driveway, loaded the wood stove, and now I’m sitting in a tree overlooking a small turnip patch. I’m armed with nothing but my phone and video camera. I’ve been seeing a good buck but I don’t have a tag. I really just enjoy this more and more as I get older!
  2. I didn't see much deer sign in Bramley Mountain. Pink Street along Scutt Mountain Road had lots of deer sign but also has a lot of road frontage. I recommend areas with little road frontage and a difficult hike in and or a drag out.
  3. I do some turkey hunting on quite a few of them. I usually see a lot of deer sign but I just never get back to deer hunt them. Some of them get road hunted pretty hard.
  4. Weird year for me because that's all I'm seeing is bucks, live and on camera. But I've had years where I'm not as lucky. Keep after them! I've seen the same eight point the last three afternoons at the same time heading for food. Love late season!
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  6. What a day! I hunted hard, saw 18 deer, seven bucks. Climbed down from my stand to cut the distance on this guy. I’ll range tomorrow but guessing just under 200 yd. shot. Laid on my gut and used my backpack as a rest. Heart shot went about 60 yds.
  7. Well, when I got back to my living room a nice buck cruised across the field. Since then I went for a 2 mile walk on some newly opened City property and saw 16 deer including 3 bucks. I got a good wind for babysitting some turnips this afternoon. Hopefully one of the big guys come through.
  8. In a box blind this morning. One little one came through. Can’t see much with snow stuck to every branch. Feel like I’m wasting my time. I can see more from my living room.
  9. Group of six, three does and three fawns just fed through. Nothing in tow. Loving this new stand site!