Deer are getting more active

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2009/12/02 10:11:41 (permalink)

Deer are getting more active

I think this little change in weather has the deer moving. Haven't seen a buck since summer ... well i saw a 4pt on the way home last night and a spike horn this morning. So this weekend could be more productive for you boys.
 
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    deadfishred
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    RE: Deer are getting more active 2009/12/02 10:20:59 (permalink)
    Full Moon coordinating with a Massive Coastal Low Pressure will do that

    They were apparently done moving by the time I got into stand this morning, though
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    RE: Deer are getting more active 2009/12/02 10:55:52 (permalink)
    LOL that how it usally goes !
     
    Forgot about the full moon.
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    RE: Deer are getting more active 2009/12/02 15:35:44 (permalink)
    NO Deer in the woods!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thier in my back YARD!!!!!

    Monster PERCH Rulz!!!
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    RE: Deer are getting more active 2009/12/02 18:06:57 (permalink)
    "Venison Jerky" Perch .... "Venison Jerky" ........ 
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    RE: Deer are getting more active 2009/12/02 22:45:29 (permalink)
    You mean Goose Jerky!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Monster PERCH Rulz!!!
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    RE: Deer are getting more active 2009/12/07 09:13:56 (permalink)
    the deer were VERY VERY active this weekend once the snow started falling!
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    RE: Deer are getting more active 2009/12/07 19:31:13 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: deadfishred

    the deer were VERY VERY active this weekend once the snow started falling!



    By far this was the worst 2 days so far hunting. Camped over sat & sunday in cold windy & snowy conditions.
    Deer did not move and fed tight to their beds. Pushed up 2 spikes together past Lorne yesterday, no shots...
    I seen 4 deer in 2 days, he seen about a dozen.. Way off from what whe have been seeing. The deer were not browsing and still hunting sucked...


    Maybe another trip, sure hope the weather turns nice again

    "whats that smell like fish oh baby" .. J. Kaukonen
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    RE: Deer are getting more active 2009/12/08 10:13:55 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: hot tuna


    ORIGINAL: deadfishred

    the deer were VERY VERY active this weekend once the snow started falling!



    By far this was the worst 2 days so far hunting. Camped over sat & sunday in cold windy & snowy conditions.
    Deer did not move and fed tight to their beds. Pushed up 2 spikes together past Lorne yesterday, no shots...
    I seen 4 deer in 2 days, he seen about a dozen.. Way off from what whe have been seeing. The deer were not browsing and still hunting sucked...


    Maybe another trip, sure hope the weather turns nice again



    I dunno, maybe its them Otsego County deer you hunt RJ, but I've never seen so many deer around my house as I did starting saturday evening...just means that you gotta keep at it!
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