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Heavy chasing going down.  Good 8 and 3 pt moving the girls around probing the bedding spots and grunting up a storm.  Cameras tell me this was buck went past me in greylight. A good one but after another that still haven’t got a pic of yet. 

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11 minutes ago, Nomad said:

Passed on a lone doe , even though I said first close one gets it . After all these years I still have trouble sizing up single does , she wasn’t giant nor tiny , I just wasn’t sure . 

man I’m over dressed ! 

I have the same problem, especially when I travel down to Letchworth. They are a little smaller down there on average.

Not as much of a problem when I'm on the ground.

  I've passed up numerous ones thinking they are small and then the fawn comes out..Dam! Then the next time I shoot the fawn thinking it's bigger..;)

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5 minutes ago, biggamefish said:

I always look at the nose. If it looks long you should be good. Short noses equal small deer. 

Look at the placement of the eyes in relation to the nose and ears.   If the ryes are in the “center” of the head, it a fawn.  If the eyes are closer to the ears, it’s meat.  

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2 minutes ago, Lawdwaz said:

Look at the placement of the eyes in relation to the nose and ears.   If the ryes are in the “center” of the head, it a fawn.  If the eyes are closer to the ears, it’s meat.  

 

9 minutes ago, biggamefish said:

I always look at the nose. If it looks long you should be good. Short noses equal small deer. 

I know. I know. lol. I still seem to mess it up...They are all delicious though.

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Just had a number one shooter buck walk through field with the doe   About 300 yards away just to the left of the blind gonna have to come up with a strategy and get in there without spooking him. He was the fifth buck I saw in about does this morning quite a bit of Chasing 7E53AB75-6663-491F-A1A8-385823638467.thumb.jpeg.2fd3c5f748ba1023d70e3b318329d752.jpeg

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Ooof just saw a boner buck, crossed 100 yards behind me in the creek bottom. He was coming from the direction of one of my other stands I shoulda been in. I hope I see him again… closer


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Pretty spot here to watch the sun come up here in 6c.  I didn’t pack enough warm clothes for the temps in the lower 40’s and was needing a belly warmer.

The hot cider did the trick and all is well now (other than a lack of deer action).

 

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20 minutes ago, FLXmatt said:

All quiet here in the finger lakes.  I heard what sounded like a fisher murder something in the dark.  Nearly evacuated my bowels.

Heard a fisher scream last year.  It’ll definitely make you go wtf was that . Cut his tracks on way out 

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5 minutes ago, YFKI1983 said:

How do you like it. Been wanting to give it a shot but I'm scared I'll screw something up lol

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I like that fact that I can be mobile with it.  This is my second season hunting with and I love it. The only draw back it that is expensive, but worth the investment :) 

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