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1 minute ago, Tughill Tamer said:

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What town / area?  That sucks , hate hearing these stories .  Hope he will be alright.

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What town / area?  That sucks , hate hearing these stories .  Hope he will be alright.
Town of Worth wmu 6n Tughill

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4 minutes ago, Tughill Tamer said:

Town of Worth wmu 6n Tughill

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Dunno that area, real familiar with the lowville and Osceola areas of the tug. But imagine they are similar and lots of miles without houses.  Hope it's a good ending.  

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Great News my nephew just reported they found him and their on their way out. That's Awesome!

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Phew... wife and I were sending up some positivity. Glad that fella’s going to be alright. Thanks for sharing the good news.


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55 minutes ago, Tughill Tamer said:

Poor guy I hope they find him soon. That's some Big woods up there. One thing going for him at least it's not frigid cold.

I was up that way a few years ago hunting snowshoes with a couple of friends. I told them to make sure they took a compass reading before leaving the road. We got separated when the dog took off on a rabbit and needless to say they got lost. Good thing they had a lot of shells and I had a loud horn on the truck. Took them over two hours to finally get out. Definitely should not hunt up there without a compass or gps and know how to use them. I sure hope they find him (ok)

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I was up that way a few years ago hunting snowshoes with a couple of friends. I told them to make sure they took a compass reading before leaving the road. We got separated when the dog took off on a rabbit and needless to say they got lost. Good thing they had a lot of shells and I had a loud horn on the truck. Took them over two hours to finally get out. Definitely should not hunt up there without a compass or gps and know how to use them. I sure hope they find him (ok)
They found him he's ok

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Trying to catch up after being offline the past few days.. have something like 20 pages to catch up on!

I ended up chickening out on Thanksgiving. Cons outweighed the pros. I did get out Friday morning though. Drove down to Hornell in 8x. Car got stuck on ice on the unplowed Rd on the way in. Managed to get that figured out and was in the stand by 645 with sunrise at 710. Sat til 10 in -7 and didn't see anything. Still hunted my way out on crunchy stuff. 8th hunt and up to 50 hrs with no luck. #inittowinit. #coldasballsoutthere

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Question is :. Go out tomorrow afternoon and tick off the wife, or stay home and keep the wife happy and watch buffalo lose?

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Question is :. Go out tomorrow afternoon and tick off the wife, or stay home and keep the wife happy and watch buffalo lose?

Funny you say that...I just texted my wife that I’m going tomorrow morning after she told me how nice it has been that I was home most of the weekend after thanksgiving (except for this evenings local sit!)


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Doe at 1030am
Dawn at 11am


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Action was on a little north of you. Had a coyote pass through at legal light and spook a bedded doe. She hung around for a while but zigged instead of zagged and moved off without a shot opp. Hell broke loose around 9. Two mature does ran through, thought the coyote had hung around and spooked them as well. Minutes later small buck comes on their tail following head down and hauling ass. Minutes later big buck comes through on a mission. Didn't id him, but nice sized rack and body. Tried grunting and bleating but he wanted none of it, straight on a line on the doe trail.

Quick moved to another spot that I guessed they would move through. Kicked up the doe that had worked her way through earlier. Settled in and 15 minutes later the group worked their way through but way out of range and on to neighbor property. Died after that.

Back out this evening. Lone big doe worked her way straight towards me but downwind. She came to about 20 yrds and the stopped head on. Sniffed hard for a few, then turned and slowly went back the way she came. Hunting from ground is tough. Brief opp when she turned but I thought she would run off on to neighbors property and I didn't let one fly. Nothing followed her. Coyote walked through as legal light fell.

Exciting day all in all. Hope the action moves your way.

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Action was on a little north of you. Had a coyote pass through at legal light and spook a bedded doe. She hung around for a while but zigged instead of zagged and moved off without a shot opp. Hell broke loose around 9. Two mature does ran through, thought the coyote had hung around and spooked them as well. Minutes later small buck comes on their tail following head down and hauling ass. Minutes later big buck comes through on a mission. Didn't id him, but nice sized rack and body. Tried grunting and bleating but he wanted none of it, straight on a line on the doe trail.

Quick moved to another spot that I guessed they would move through. Kicked up the doe that had worked her way through earlier. Settled in and 15 minutes later the group worked their way through but way out of range and on to neighbor property. Died after that.

Back out this evening. Lone big doe worked her way straight towards me but downwind. She came to about 20 yrds and the stopped head on. Sniffed hard for a few, then turned and slowly went back the way she came. Hunting from ground is tough. Brief opp when she turned but I thought she would run off on to neighbors property and I didn't let one fly. Nothing followed her. Coyote walked through as legal light fell.

Exciting day all in all. Hope the action moves your way.

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Sounds like a fun day! I’ll give it a shot tomorrow morning


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Heading out shortly first hunt since Wednesday...

First mild morning in a long time hoping that means deer sightings

christmas tree hunting at 10 need an early deer harvest

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Heading out shortly first hunt since Wednesday...
First mild morning in a long time hoping that means deer sightings
christmas tree hunting at 10 need an early deer harvest


Pauly Fever! Good luck!


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Ready to head into the woods in 9h. Mornings have been better overall this year for me so hoping to keep the trend going. Good luck to everyone heading out today.


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7 hours ago, UpStateRedNeck said:

Question is :. Go out tomorrow afternoon and tick off the wife, or stay home and keep the wife happy and watch buffalo lose?

It sucks that it's even a question.

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Really hoping this late rut activity happens in my neck of the woods today... I’ve had a glimpse of only one shooter buck so far this gun season. Good luck guys and gals. Let’s put some bone on the ground today! 


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