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Hey Everyone! I just uploaded a new video to my YouTube channel! If ya'll enjoy watching whitetails in the rut then you need to watch this! One of the coolest encounters that I've ever been able to video! All filmed off the back of my horse. Note: this is not on a deer farm. These are all wild free ranging whitetails! I'd love it if ya'll would give me some follows on my hunting pages! You can follow me on Facebook, Instagram  and YouTube at Cross Over the River Outdoors! I hope Ya'll enjoy the video! God Bless! 

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It looks like the doe preferred the first buck (8 point), which is why she headed for the deep water when the 11 pointer showed up.   It is cool the way that the horse fools them all and lets you capture such good footage and easily follow the "action".   I imagine that the horse odor overpowers any human scent that might otherwise alarm them.      

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20 hours ago, wolc123 said:

It looks like the doe preferred the first buck (8 point), which is why she headed for the deep water when the 11 pointer showed up.   It is cool the way that the horse fools them all and lets you capture such good footage and easily follow the "action".   I imagine that the horse odor overpowers any human scent that might otherwise alarm them.      

Thank you for watching the video!  And to answer your comment,. Yes, the horse's scent does covers up most of ours. However, I have had deer get some of my scent when they are down wind. Most of the time they don't spook, but I have had them blow at me before. 

 

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Nice video.  My mom always told me thats how my grandpa used to shoot deer.  He would just ride a horse out to the back meadow in the afternoon and shoot one while he sat on it.  

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