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Dahitman44

Finally Glassed Deer

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I had to work late and went home for supper. On the way back to work I thought I would stop and glass some fields were I hunt.

Seven deer in a 1/2 acre patch. No kidding.

I am going to sit there tonight. Hopefully by 4 p.m. The wind it perfect for a ground blind in the tall grass by a tree. I am pretty pumped.

I hope they will come out in the same general area tonight. What are the odds of that?

Thoughts

I also have a spot that I have a drip bag and soem big time rubs.

????

The drip bag spot is a mile walk. Ick.

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As long as you can get to the spot your talking about and getting your ground blind set up without the deer seeing you, you'll likely see deer.

A mile walk to the spot to hunt- no big deal. I put on at least 10 miles a day when hunting mulies- and that's in rough terrain, not the flatlander stuff around here. Look at it this way- a mile walk for a chance at the dude who made those rubs... totally worth it!!! Go get 'em, DHM. Good luck!

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Good Luck.

Deer are a creature of habit. Hopefully they will show back up tonight. Any bucks around?

Post pics if you are successful.

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Couldn't tell what they were -- too far away. I'll put up a report after hunting.

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