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3 minutes ago, mlammerhirt said:

Just traveled form Brockport to Hamburg Ny.
Between Brockport and the 90 had to see over 100 deer in the various cut corn and bean fields.
Then as I got closer to Buffalo we saw an absolute giant of a buck off the 90 west almost across from the airport runway.

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Used to live around there during grad school, I would see 150"+ bucks routinely running through yards between depew/lancaster/williamsviile.. They certainly know where to hide, like my backyard in williamsville back then

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Fantastic evening. Saw 3 solid shooters and another 4 bucks that 1 may have been a giant too.... All came out of the bedding area I'm hunting. Only a matter of time !

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Must be nice!!


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Didn't see a deer tonite. But watched a yote hunting frogs for about 10 minutes about 90 yards out. He would pounce on them and then flip his head in the air .  Was entertaining for sure.  Hoping tomorrow is a big day.

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Finally made it out for the first sit this afternoon after this rainy & hot weather. Saw five doe and a feral cat. Had a small one at 15 yards but I just couldn't bring myself to shoot. Maybe later in the season but today she got a pass.

 

 

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31 minutes ago, fasteddie said:

Where on Route 104 ?

I was in Town of Hartland few miles east of Wrights Corners. There are a lot of twists and bends on that part of 104.

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22 minutes ago, Papist said:

I was regularly hitting deer when I had a red car also. 2 grey cars since, no deer hit thus far

I might just look for a grey one next vehicle!

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Well I walked up on a nice buck heading to my stand at 4, wind and area he was in hindered any shot opportunity. Once on stand I saw zero. Gonna give it a short go in the am as we have a football game late morning.


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1 hour ago, BowmanMike said:

I see deer out during weird hours,they just haven't settled into the early morning,late afternoon routine yet

That's what I'm seeing also,one day I'm getting pics right at sunrise or sunset then other days its 1:00pm,always at night though,lol.

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Was out bright and early this morning in 5c. Was out b4 daylight took my time in the way in looking for sign. Didn't see much. Stood for awhile between 3 logging roads then started moving again. Jumped 2 deer all I seen were tails happened so quick and so thick with brush and leaves still on trees. Stalked till they took me into big thick cedar swamp gameover. Went out for evening sir at 245 found a good spot in a saddle between 2 ridges and nice area for a sit. Wind blew like crazy wouldn't have heard a thing til just about dark only a red squirrel and seen a guy in his stand over a bait pile just my luck. Be at it again in the morning. Frustrating cuz usually have a deer dead on open day of muzzleloader.

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Must be nice!!

 

 

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Oh stop it ! I promise you, it's not like I'm hunting a preserve !! But it does make me feel good for all the deer I let walk over the years !!

 

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Saw nothing.  Cam picked up the usual 5 does, wherever I place the camera.  As I was walking out I I saw these doe right by my backyard.

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Getting into shower dropping some stuff off at the new house.  Then picking up nephew and trying to see if we can get him his first deer. Good luck to those going out.

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3 minutes ago, Swamp_bucks said:

Getting into shower dropping some stuff off at the new house.  Then picking up nephew and trying to see if we can get him his first deer. Good luck to those going out.

Good luck to you both!

wide awake at 335,alarm was set for 415...coffee time!

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I’m up, I’m up. Going to sit “The Doe Stand.”

Hoping to share a bloody arrow pic.

Good luck, all!


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Game on! Ap says 38 degrees...my body says -2! Good luck today boys and girls...today may be the day for you all to flood the harvest thread!


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Few too many drinks last night at a wedding reception, so not feeling 100%, but that's not stopping me from hunting this morning. It would definitely make for a rough drag if I scored this morning though.... :bad:

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

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6 minutes ago, Cabin Fever said:

Few too many drinks last night at a wedding reception, so not feeling 100%, but that's not stopping me from hunting this morning. It would definitely make for a rough drag if I scored this morning though.... :bad:

Haha, that happened to me on Thanksgiving morning yrs ago, felt like absolute crap but shot my first nice buck that morning!


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22 minutes ago, Cabin Fever said:

Few too many drinks last night at a wedding reception, so not feeling 100%, but that's not stopping me from hunting this morning. It would definitely make for a rough drag if I scored this morning though.... :bad:

That's why I stuck with beer ha!beer+garbage plate is why I gave myself plenty of time this morning:negative:

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Goodluck everyone. My brother in law is out for his first morning sit of the year. Really hoping he gets a crack at a nice buck. Im hoping to see some deer.

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I’m cheating this morning. Thermometer outside the house says 35 degrees with a 5-9 mph wind. Wind isn’t what I’d like for my field stand so I decided to skip the camo and leave the black sweat pants and hoodie on and camp out in the ground blind. I even brought the buddy heater out!

Sure is nice in front of this heater! Why do I even bother with stands anymore!?

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Been up 20 min an owl just about knocked me out if the tree and gotta take a dump not the start I was looking for lol. 

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Finally in stand.garbage plate had other plans on when I was walking out of the house.quiet here in 8g other than a rooster at the end of the rd

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Woke up a little later than I wanted to, but finally got in the stand. Trying a different spot this AM. 9 mins till legal shooting. Let’s go! e0a80608263ec12032d8b34027d384f2.jpg


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