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My last attempt at deer (for this season)

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Hi fellas,

The very last weekend of hunting in WI is this weekend (to the best of my knowledge!) and I had some great luck at getting a nice buck at the first day of the season, but the freezer is half empty and a doe would fill it nicely :)

So, I got a nice tree along next to a funnel of trees crossing this creek (at with plenty of tracks inside this piece of woods) and there's another trail leading by that tree from deer bedding area. I've seen 2 does before sitting next to this tree and well, I have high hopes and good faith in this place.

I hope luck will be with me this Saturday and if not, I shall try it again Sunday.
I'll let you know guys how it would go.
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Good luck :thumbup:
good luck !!! next weekend is the end of bow here in ky, i sure hope i can get rid of my cough so i can get out one or two more days before its all over.:coffee:
Well, gentlemen. I wasn't lucky, but I had a very good day in fresh air. What amazed me was that there was zero tracks in my previously hot places, and there were some coyote's tracks here and there (I might be wrong and it were a dog). So well, I enjoyed a good day in fresh air. See ya next season Mr Buck.
Well that stinks, but like you said you got to spend some time outdoors. Stop in with us every now and then throughout the year. Good luck next season!
Mr. Fox, my huntin' is over for this year too. I decided to call it quits 5 days prematurely. Went and checked trail cams and just not alot moving right now. I do, however, have 5 young bucks that have been frequenting the property. There's about 5-10 does as well. I've already taken 2 does this year, 10pt buck, and a button buck so I'm going to call it good for now. Plus I checked one of my ladder stands the other day and it's come loose at the top where the rachet strap is. I'm going to start using my OWN rachet straps. It seems like those that come with the ladder stands always break or are junk. Anyways, looking forward to turkey season. Right now there's 14 hens down in the woods where I hunt. hopefully they'll bring in some fat gobblers this spring. Good luck to everyone else out there still hunting.
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