I can either hunt up north where I know a very large buck exists, It's on an oak ridge with a spruce swamp at the bottom, some hunting pressure,2 hour drive from home. Or a a place closer to home (only 45min.) with an oak flat and water on three sides also a a big buck in the area, but "lots" of hunting pressure. I will probably see some deer near home but just as many hunters and I don't want to shoot just any buck No does for me I already got one earlier in the season. If I go up north I may come home with nothing.
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