We've all heard/read that hunting pressure is what makes deer hunting difficult or put another way... Hunting pressurized trophy whitetails is a very long odds endevor. So, how do you quantify hunting pressure? Is it simply too many hunters on a given acerage or boogering a big buck 3 days in a row? How do you know? Anyone have any stories on what pressure does to a buck? Read an article once about a B&C buck that was killed by a group of hunters that jumped him out of the same small thicket 3 days in a row while shooting at him 2 different days. The author said the buck felt very secure in his bedding site to return like that. I don't know. Seems pretty high pressure to me. Look foward to any theories, experiences and all around comments. Thanks and good luck, John.