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Release in hand let's try again...back in and totally overheated in every conceivable way

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In stand.had an owl flying in front of me on walk through field.kept landing in tree's along hedgerow.gotta love it.cmon first light

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Headed in shortly .....looks like the rain is going to clear and may even get some white stuff in 9h. My guess is we are just a bit close to good ole lake Erie to get the temps to drop enough for snow.
Perfect wind for this stand this morning.....let's hope they are in their feet.

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Was just drizzling on my way in, but wore rain gear anyways. Decided to put up the umbrella before first light, just incase! Glad I did! Coming down pretty good right now! Oh well... get it out of its system before daylight. Accuweather still says showers ending by 9am. I brought a thermos of coffee and a thermos of hot soup, incase the action was good after the rain and I wanted to sit all day. Wishful thinking!?

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No rain in 4f nice morning so far. Haven’t seen any movement yet. Looks like scrape activity has picked up and a few rubs. Think we’re still 2 weeks away from rut here.


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5 minutes ago, sodfather said:

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I bet there are duck hunters where you are too.   Lol.  Good luck Jay. 

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Poor Natalie had some type of allergic reaction and mom is out of country.  We will be watching cartoons together this morning.  But I will be checking in so good luck folks.  

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Go get em boys and girls- living vicariously through your hunts today as I need to prep for Mrs crappys trip to Ireland. They gotta be moving after that wind yesterday right?!?


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In through the lungs but back a bit out the guts...heading back to stand for a whole before I go any further...

As per usual he jumped at the hit then just wandered/wobbled back the way he came...with this heavy settup they have yet to run

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1 hour ago, OtiscoPaul said:

In perfect all dressed everything perfect no release sorry mods but fck me

That's my nightmare. I keep an extra in pack. The extra was pricey but I did what you did once and never again...

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Go get em boys and girls- living vicariously through your hunts today as I need to prep for Mrs crappys trip to Ireland. They gotta be moving after that wind yesterday right?!?


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Hope so. I tracked your IP address and now sitting next to your gut pile from Saturday!


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Hmm looked out window rain had stopped. Pulled up radar. Rain passed. Get outside and been raining since. Had one run by out front before sunrise.


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8 minutes ago, OtiscoPaul said:

In through the lungs but back a bit out the guts...heading back to stand for a whole before I go any further...

As per usual he jumped at the hit then just wandered/wobbled back the way he came...heavy set they have yet to run

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You have been putting your time in.   Congrats.  Good luck with recovery.  

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2 minutes ago, OtiscoPaul said:

Wish this little precip would end

Sit tight you’ll find him. 

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This is the worst part...no one ever accused me of being patient.

Came in quick right out of the thick stuff nose to the ground on my prepped trail I shot him 5 yards before he hit the mock scrape I made yesterday

antler ice is not a joke

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