Clinton, McCreary or Pulaski Counties

Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by Shaine1985, Nov 1, 2012.

  1. Shaine1985

    Shaine1985 12 pointer

    Jul 11, 2012
    your moms
    Any rut activity in these areas?

  2. Feedman

    Feedman Cyber-Hunter

    May 28, 2003
    In the basement
    No deer left in these counties
  3. mason0366

    mason0366 8 pointer

    Jan 4, 2008
    Eubank Ky
    What is a deer? Seen three all season.
  4. looney1

    looney1 6 pointer

    Have a buddy that has seen some chasing in Pulaski, and Rockcastle Co's.
  5. sniperflash

    sniperflash 6 pointer

    Sep 14, 2011
    berea ky
    i hunt in rockcastle and aint seen any action yet only found one scrape no rubs and the buck seen the other day was just eating acorns. A doe was the last thing on his mind
  6. Shaine1985

    Shaine1985 12 pointer

    Jul 11, 2012
    your moms
    Thats what I'm hearing do to disease.. not sure Clinton was hit or not
  7. muzzy125acc

    muzzy125acc 12 pointer

    Oct 31, 2002
    Only Feesh in these counties. Next try?

    Sent from a Droid.
  8. StriperDoc

    StriperDoc 6 pointer

    Sep 17, 2002
    Danville, Ky, USA.
    I shot a nice 9 pointer yesterday morning in northern pulaski county. Hunting a flat when heard something on power line behind me. This buck was shredding a small pine tree at 50+ yards. Grunted him in to 10 yards and had a Muzzy moment with him. Ran 35 yrds and piled up. I had Tinks 69 estrous scent out and he came in down wind. He hard dark tarsal glands but neck not hugely swollen. Definitely good sign on the area with rubs/scrapes. I didn't see any chasing but only in stand for 1 1/2 hours. Should be turning on the next few days.

    Later in the day yesterday, I went to check on things at another farm in Casey county. I drove in and there standing on the far hillside was a mature buck at 1 pm in the afternoon. I was 150 yrds from him in my silver truck and he stayed there 5 minutes then jogged off. I'm sure he was with a doe, but I couldn't see her. Things are definitely turning up a notch.

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