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Try some doe piss on a drag line and zig zag  drag from where you see him to your  range then broadside and away

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No blind or he'll never use that field again. I would go with a ghillie suit or like someone said before a ghost blind. These are semi aggressive options.

Rattling now might work it's late enough in the season along with a buck decoy. I've had good luck in December rattling. Good luck

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3 hours ago, fadetoblack188 said:

There is usually does in the field and he comes out to meet them. 
 

 

Try using a doe decoy within range of your stand.

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Good advice from all.  I would also try calling him in, if that does not work go after him!  Ghost blind would be the way to go, perfect for that situation. 

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Sometimes the best chance to kill him is when you are borderline of getting winded. A mature buck is almost always going to use the wind in their favor, not when it’s in your favor. Set up in a steady marginal wind. 

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16 minutes ago, fadetoblack188 said:

Maybe I’ll get there early and drop some doe pee from where I see him , back to my stand 

 

I think it’s to late for estrus 

You got him patterned.   Don’t mess with  changing it.   Use it! 

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I'd bet he beds close enough to the field to see you coming. If he's mature, you may only get one chance at him. Trying a doe or buck decoy near your stand would be a good option, as it shouldnt spook him away but could draw him in to you. If that doesn't work, your gonna have to wait for a good wind and get in where your seeing him in the field.

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If he is there everyday, he came from somewhere and will be going somewhere. My guess is that figuring where he is going from the field is the best bet...wait him out for when he leave the field, give him some time and check out his route. Then plan your ambush.

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It's late season now, and most of us are done hunting. This has become "our" community buck!!!!  You have got to kill him, for all of "us" now!!!!

Some great advice throughout this thread. Good luck! We are all riding with ya on this one!

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7 hours ago, Lawdwaz said:

Gillis Suit

LOL that was supposed to say "Ghillie" suit.


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I am not happy with the wind tomorrow. I don’t wanna f it up. 
 

as much as I want to go I am not going to. I am going to stick it out and wait for a better day. I will keep you guys posted thank you for the help! 

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If you’re not hunting it today, I would get out there with some binoculars before first light and figure out exactly where he exits the field and figure out where you want to be. He may or may not use it he same trail if the wind changes, but you never know. You have him patterned, you just need to fine tune it. 

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time is running out if hes this much of a homebody wheres hes around every day, and you do bump him he will be around next year, get aggresive

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On 12/10/2019 at 8:51 PM, Lawdwaz said:

LOL that was supposed to say "Ghillie" suit.

Ahhhh .... Dobie was not threatening either so that may work too.   Figured you were thinking outside the box.  

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Ahhhh .... Dobie was not threatening either so that may work too.   Figured you were thinking outside the box.  

Don’t sleep on the Gilligan suit either, you lay the hat on the ground in the field, the buck thinks it’s quicksand and goes around it right into your setup. I’ve seen that work many a time

 

 

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Don’t sleep on the Gilligan suit either, you lay the hat on the ground in the field, the buck thinks it’s quicksand and goes around it right into your setup. I’ve seen that work many a time
 
 
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Gilligan suits have been working fantastic on deer ever since the 60s/70s

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2 minutes ago, The Jerkman said:

Gilligan suits have been working fantastic on deer ever since the 60s/70s

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I wear one around just because I like the style!  If it gets me a deer, all the better.  Although the captain's suit fits a bit better.

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On 12/14/2019 at 2:28 PM, fadetoblack188 said:

Straight west tomorrow. 20mph. I’m goin for it 

And....????????

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