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35 minutes ago, Robhuntandfish said:

Must be a youth in the neighbor property.  One shot then prob a kill shot.  Kinda close prob bug out, that shouldve scared anything nearby

Ok def not youth hunt.  15+ shots must be squirrels or target in next field over.  Or .........it's one of you guys playing defense for the hunting contest......well played boys!   But you should go bother Moog, the guy has been the grim reaper and has got to be ahead.  Gimme a break.  Lol

Either way only thing accomplished was I cut open a shooting lane, got a fresh cam out and sure didn't have to worry about getting busted on the way out. 

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I am sitting these warm temps out. I have to remind myself it is still early and i will get stuff knocked off my winter prep list this week so i have more time later.

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It’s so loud out here I’m getting dizzy looking every time there is a noise that sounds like it could be a deer


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A neighbor killed killed a big 10 yesterday afternoon.      I am glad he got it for several reasons, the first is that he is a great guy who has been after that buck for a few years.  

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1 minute ago, wolc123 said:

A neighbor killed killed a big 10 yesterday afternoon.      I am glad he got it for several reasons, the first is that he is a great guy who has been after that buck for a few years.  

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1 hour ago, kam said:

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What's with the folding chair in the top left corner?

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Hunted last night for a couple hours didn’t see anything. Sat in the stand from 6:15-10:00 this morning. Only saw one doe a couple hundred yards away in the neighbors field. Guessing the warm temps and rain/fog kept them mostly nocturnal this weekend


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This was her most of the morning until that go showed nd then her head was on a swivel until we got down.  She said shes hooked now.  Thank you miss doe that came through.

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4 hours ago, crappyice said:


Ok you’ve had 40 minutes...show us the hero pick of your grandboy and that buck!!


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He was working his way to us in heavy brush. At times i could see him clearly  but grandson couldn't get on him before he moved again. He headed to our right into the lower swamp.

We are now at Maple On The Lake having lunch. We will be heading back in to sit a spot above where we last daw the buck. Hopefully him or one of his buddies comes up out of there before the end of legal shooting time!

Send us some luck fellas! 

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14 minutes ago, grampy said:

He was working his way to us in heavy brush. At times i could see him clearly  but grandson couldn't get on him before he moved again. He headed to our right into the lower swamp.

We are now at Maple On The Lake having lunch. We will be heading back in to sit a spot above where we last daw the buck. Hopefully him or one of his buddies comes up out of there before the end of legal shooting time!

Send us some luck fellas! 

Stay on him!  Hope your next post is a pic of your grandson with a huge smile on his face and a big buck!

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He was working his way to us in heavy brush. At times i could see him clearly  but grandson couldn't get on him before he moved again. He headed to our right into the lower swamp.
We are now at Maple On The Lake having lunch. We will be heading back in to sit a spot above where we last daw the buck. Hopefully him or one of his buddies comes up out of there before the end of legal shooting time!
Send us some luck fellas! 

Oh it’s gonna happen!!! He must be jacked up that he had that experience!


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14 minutes ago, cynthiafu said:

I shot and cleaned  my first pheasant woohoo .

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That's awesome    Great eating birds I've only had like once

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Got the boy fed. Heading back in. Temps are dropping a bit, that will help!20181007_122317.thumb.jpg.3b04436b13b4a42f9da86542d3f23af5.jpgWill come out at last legal light. Just gotta stay awake now!!!

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13 minutes ago, grampy said:

Got the boy fed. Heading back in. Temps are dropping a bit, that will help!20181007_122317.thumb.jpg.3b04436b13b4a42f9da86542d3f23af5.jpgWill come out at last legal light. Just gotta stay awake now!!!

Really hoping to see pics in the next couple hours!Go get em guys

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1 hour ago, grampy said:

Got the boy fed. Heading back in. Temps are dropping a bit, that will help!20181007_122317.thumb.jpg.3b04436b13b4a42f9da86542d3f23af5.jpgWill come out at last legal light. Just gotta stay awake now!!!

You got time for a nap before magic hour,no worries!

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Couldn't get on the hill to hunt this morning do to the raging river that is normally a tiny creek. My dad and I slept in and then put together a little ground blind down in the pines that he's wanted to hunt for a while. Really gnarly branches everywhere ,there is some fallen trees that funnel the deer nicely ,we busted a few lanes without going crazy.

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I haven't been out with the bow yet, but I can pass on my son in 4-0 saw 4 doe and a 7 pt. 17 yard broadside for doe but he passed as buck was out in field about 65 yards out. This am. He saw a black squirrel and two grouse. Hope to get out next week. Good luck to all, especially the youth hunters.


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Holy shit it's hot as balls out here. Same stand as last night hopefully tonight i get a crack at em!35ecaff380edd0837f9f2a130ffa2902.jpg

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29 minutes ago, Engraver99 said:

Little spike hung around for 1.75 hours...ugh

 

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Best decoy there is!

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25 minutes ago, The Jerkman said:

Holy shit it's hot as balls out here. Same stand as last night hopefully tonight i get a crack at em!35ecaff380edd0837f9f2a130ffa2902.jpg

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Are you hunting at the bike path ?

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7 minutes ago, Jeremy K said:

Are you hunting at the bike path ?

4seasons gated community silly

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