Man, the past week has been crazy with bucks chasing does and now with bucks being locked down with does. I can't wait til next weekend. Ethan hammered this perfect 8 pointer on Saturday night while hunting a stand with my dad. I actually spotted the buck from my stand location and called them. He moved back to a thick area with the doe he was with and Ethan found a shoooting lane and put the hammer to him.
Sunday, November 14, 2010
Well, after a rough opening two months of the season, this week has been a little wild. The rut is definitely in full swing. I've seen some really good bucks checking does and tonight, I saw the first doe actually in heat. A big 9 pointer was chasing her but luck was not on our side as my son could never get a good shot. It's a little frustrating watching a buck chase for two solid hours and not getting a shot. Tomorrow night, here we come!
Posted by GMo at 6:13 PM
Saturday, November 6, 2010
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Posted by GMo at 9:09 AM