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Yeah it's freaking windy again...ugh


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I'll make the walk to the top of the hill ,if it's too windy I'll still hunt in to the wind down to where they hang out when it gets too windy .

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33 minutes ago, GTL1205 said:

Let's gooooooo. Good luck everyone.  Great day for BBD!!!

bbD yesterday for me (sorry FSW), hopefully BBD today.

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Damn! some creature likely a coon was about to taste my arrow but alas he was too quick and ran into lap pipe before i could put my phone down and get ready and verify what it was

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Damn! some creature likely a coon was about to taste my arrow but alas he was too quick and ran into lap pipe before i could put my phone down and get ready and verify what it was

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That’s the neighbors dog!

Anyway, 555am. I’m nestled in. Wind is getting stronger already.


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That’s the neighbors dog!

Anyway, 555am. I’m nestled in. Wind is getting stronger already.


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Nah I'm just gonna tell myself could have been a cat so better off it ran away. I'd never be able to live with myself if I accidentally shot someone's pet or even a stray. Maybe a nice big deer will come by instead now. Oooo or an old crusty yote

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Nope it came back out. Was a fat coon. Didn't turn my pins up bright enough and couldn't see it clearly enough in my sight picture to feel comfortable with the shot. Very cool at least I've finally been able to draw on something this year. Already my best sit of the season

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#eggshells.wow that was a crunchy walk across the field.cam was out all week and 1 pic.scrapes covered with leafs.forgot to change time on cam for savings

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Light snow covered the ground and our noise getting in...over now

Wind is ripping on the ridges but just gusting here on the hill

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I hear ya. I climbed down around 1230ish for an hr or so to dry my clothes on my defroster in my jeep.lol. I usually do all days sits at this point in the game. But if ur wet and in the wind. Its rough!! I dont like rain suits bc there loud. But I might have to invest in a camo frogg toggs suit or something...Idk.

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Frog Toggs are extremely loud, just a heads up
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I find a duck's opinion of me is very much influenced by whether or not I have bread

-Mitch Hedberg

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This wind is crazy!!! Oh well, only a few days left and the bucks are "suppose" to be rutting.


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"It's nice to be important, but it's more important to be nice." - Wease

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Did a drag line on the way in, scent bottles are out, got an inch of tracking snow and the wind is in the right direction.  All I need is a deer.

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Remington 700 .308

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Wow, first time hunting since the time change...screwed that up. Then getvto my stand and the prussik knot is frozen on.my lifeline. So 5 minutes thawing that out. Great morning though, nothin sneekin up on my today. Hopin my bil finally sticks one.

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Didn't cut many tracks, but both were solo tracks

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Switching gears to habitat improvements!

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Decided to stay closer to home to see what wind was gonna do

Outside house did not seem bad get 10 minutes across town spot it’s rippin pretty good

Figure I’m up mights we’ll give it a go, dragged scent line, in stand less than 10 minutes hear something and a buck right on the line. Problem is still dark and 30 minutes to legal. He wandered around me for 5+ minutes, at one time 10 feet from me. I still don’t know what it has for headgear. If I had to guess by body size a 1.5. Let’s hope I see more now that it’s legal


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3 inches by me. Should be an interesting morning as soon as I finish my coffee. Found a giant rub near the golden rod bedding yesterday. Probably the big 8, hopefully the even bigger 10. 

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Get ‘em Zag

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Not to bad here in my spot. Wind comes up some of the time but not too bad yet. Come on deer!

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Just had a monster 10 cruise through 70 yards upwind 


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6:52am sunrise here. 25 degrees and 9mph wind.

I’m going full Biz on my morning prediction. In a tree at 6:25, BBD at 7:17!


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Lol only biz would have you calling for a “BBD”


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I heard 3 gun shots around sunrise off in the distance. Maybe somebody thought today was opening day?


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