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Day one & two, I saw nada.
Day three, passed on a scrowny doe at 4:30 expecting something better.
Day four, saw nothing but a fawn and regretted passing doe on day three.
Day five, doe and two fawns pass by just out of range.

After a summer you forget how difficult it can be to get one of these buggers into range. :rain:
 

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You should try looking at a monster across a bean field for 30 mins and not being able to do nothing about it. killer
 

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At least your getting to hunt. I'm still waiting on OCT. 3rd.
I just wish I could sit in a tree and see a deer. Shot or no shot.
Failure can't cope with persistence! Welcome to bow season and good luck in your quest.
 

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First deer of the season I’ll shoot the first one that walks by. As long as it doesn’t have spots. After that I get choosy. Our season lasts almost 6 months though.
 

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I can relate, I was about the get a big monkey off my back tonight when he realized the situation. I had a mature buck at 15yds with me on the ground on public land and he felt something was off. It all went sideways from there. This is one of the largest buck I have seen while hunting. I guess I need to set up a bit further from where I think they will be......A little cushion might be in order.

Just as I am sure I will get this buck I am sure you will seal the deal.
 
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