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Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by Thomas Roberts, Nov 29, 2020.
Got up to go full moon bright never had any luck on full moon good luck to all the hunters
We’re already settled back in for the afternoon. May not see a thing but still better sitting in the woods than on the couch.
Saw 8 does this morning all just across the property line so watched them walk. Going back out this afternoon. It can happen on the last day. Killed this one @ 3:30 on the last day of the 2018 firearm season.
What a beast! Congrats!
Man that is a great deer.
Just now climbed up the same tree I hunted yesterday afternoon and 20 yards downhill from me is a dead maple with oysters growing at the base that I didn’t see yesterday. Killing me to not climb down and cut them. I’ll just wait until after dark.
Thanks! He grossed just over 161 but netted 151 6/8. Mega deductions due to tine length differences.
One last go around. Took out the k31 in hopes of getting one with it for a first.
Good luck guys this afternoon. I put the rifle up for the season. Now looking forward to Kate ML season.
Damn it recurve77. I went straight to the pic and thought you done killed him today. Haha.
My oldest and I are out. I’m expecting to hear him shoot. He was talking about pulling the trigger this afternoon. Think someone has a itchy trigger finger. He has been passing up deer every hunt.
So will this light rain slow them down or get them moving? I'm on a fresh cut bean field in my tower.
This little girl and her twin brother showed up tonight at the feeder 40 yards from my stand. Been getting pics of her all season. She was grazed across the back before firearm season came in, so she looks like she’s doing ok. Also, had a 4 pointer walk by 30 yards from stand and 4 gobblers roost 60 yards away.
My brother killed this one at 10:30 this morning. Tickled that he got him..he has put in alot of hours and effort in trying to get one this year..and it finally all came together for him.
Squirrels and birds, Covid has wiped out all the deer in our area.