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23 Miles off trail in snow over mountains rivers thick woods with gun and heavy clothing boots. Is almost super human. 
I wonder if he  forgot  that he started the  GPS  from the truck on the drive in or out .
Did that a few times I forget to shut it off right away  when i got to the car then you go look and it's off by 20 miles lol 
 

As I said in the original post I’m guessing a little over 10 of the miles was on a road back to my truck.

I’m far from super human just a fella with a beer gut that lives to track bucks in the big woods.


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5 hours ago, WWJD_Hunter said:

Question guys.  Some shot at buck and look like they miss , then the buck came into the property I hunting and shot again in the property I am hunting and hit the buck but the buck was crawling and alive. I shot the buck and is dead.  Still waiting on the person but hasn’t come my my way. Who keeps the buck? They shot another is laying dead in the field 

Kill shot , it’s yours . That was always our rule ..

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I drive 45 minutes to my property in 4H/R and have two DMP's and at 7:15 am this morning my wife sends me a couple Pic's  from where we live in 4B from the back porch ..... this Buck was just sniffing the ground and walked less than 10 feet from my wife and didn't notice her ! What are the chances ?
 
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I'm in 4b right now, I'll let you know if I see him!

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Doe down. Not sure what I did on the first shot (missed) but all three stopped for a minute and then walked straight to me. 25 yards and a 30 yard run before crashing. Meat for the freezer and a good start to gun opener. 

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Didn't see any my this morning,  heading back out. 

Boyfriend shot a nice 8 with no tail

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Walking in a 115, spotted a small buck only 50 yards away. Watched him in the scope for a bit then continued on my way. My brother and son are sittin in the shootin shack watching over the soybeans. My dads about 70 yards off the field, and 60 yards from a bedding area. Im in my swamp stand hoping a big guy comes by. Goodluck everyone.

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3 minutes ago, Steuben Jerry said:

In for the afternoon shift! 

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Reach out and touch one tonight!!


Switching gears to habitat improvements!

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No cell service on the lease so this is a bit late . Connected with my granddads savage on a good sized doe at 45 -50 yards about 9:30 .  Had a hole in the brush  big enough I could see her shoulder , neck head . The hand loaded 165 grain Speer hot core did a number on her shoulder, She ran ten yards. Bitter sweet as I wanted to shoot a deer with the savage but would have much rather had my wife or son fill our one doe tag. She’s skinned hanging in the garage, wife and I will process tomorrow. 

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Let's see... opening day of gun, absolutely perfect weather, good wind direction, yet something is missing..... hmmm......

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20 minutes ago, Buckmaster7600 said:


As I said in the original post I’m guessing a little over 10 of the miles was on a road back to my truck.

I’m far from super human just a fella with a beer gut that lives to track bucks in the big woods.


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I actually didn't see that part  until  later but its impressive all the same  your good.  that deer most of been thinking dam is this guy ever giving  up at the end , deer probably just didn't want to run   away from you anymore. 

 

 

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Just got home from work early and into the woods let’s hope something works out for me need to end this bad luck Streak nothing but bad luck all week with personal stuff


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Just had another nice buck at 100.  My friend couldn’t quite see it and then forget to fully cock the hammer when he tried to shoot as he crossed lane.   Missed opportunity but I snort wheezed and pulled him back.  He circled blind but no clear shot on him or other buck that came in at same time from behind.   Ugghh

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So far in 4-0 all we’ve seen is does and a couple of small bucks. With three nice ones in freezer already we will be selective except my nephew who isn’t on the board yet. Good luck!


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After watch the neighbor shoot a big one this morning on their side thought I was wasting my time at 1:45 he walks right to me 

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44 minutes ago, Buckmaster7600 said:


I use a 15year old gps that doesn’t show any topography. I wish it did because it would have been cool to add that to the story.


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GPS Essentials app   for your smartphone  works good and its  free  you should try it out works pretty good .

 

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I actually didn't see that part  until  later but its impressive all the same  your good.  that deer most of been thinking dam is this guy ever giving  up at the end , deer probably just didn't want to run   away from you anymore. 
 
 

That deer never knew I was behind him until I killed him. He was hours ahead of me all day that’s why I was walking at such a fast pace I knew I had a lot of catching up to do.

Most people don’t realize that this time of year it’s nothing for a big woods buck to make a 10-20 mile walk in a day. That’s the main reason why I usually won’t take anything but a smoking fresh track this time of year is because you often don’t catch up to them.


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4 minutes ago, Buckmaster7600 said:


That deer never knew I was behind him until I killed him. He was hours ahead of me all day that’s why I was walking at such a fast pace I knew I had a lot of catching up to do.

Most people don’t realize that this time of year it’s nothing for a big woods buck to make a 10-20 mile walk in a day. That’s the main reason why I usually won’t take anything but a smoking fresh track this time of year is because you often don’t catch up to them.


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Gotcha impressive still all the same most guys  probably wouldn't of chased  him for that long before heading back .

I know I wouldn't walk more then 4 hours away  tops  before i head back to the road .

And usually I noticed most guys at least the public land I hunt  mostly  now after 1 hour walk in you see few  guys that pass that mark that far in.

 

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