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    when to make a move

    alrighty fellas throw me some in put here, iv been chasing this 6-8 year old bruiser of a whitetail since start of bow here in ok, and only seen him 1 time (oct 1st) until this morning i had him at 50 yrds and some yotes ran him off he didnt know i was there, and our rifle season starts saturday which means alot more pressure in the area , the area i hunt is 320 acres of heaven with moderate pressure on 2 sides, im not sure if i should go back in after him in a day or two or wait till opening morning of rifle n hope a doe hasnt taken him to different pastures since the rut is starting to take off..!!!! Any thoughts??

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    Go hunt him when you can. If you didnt spook him you should be fine.

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    i dont think theres any way he coulda knewn i was there he was strait up wind, i couldnt tell exactley what he was looking at the whole 6 months he stood still, but he was lookin at the yotes wen he walked up and wen he walked away, ya just never know with a deer of this caliber, there so hard to predict!!!

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    I have never hunted whitetails but I say get after him before he goes MIA.

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    I would hunt him ever chance you get, use scent cover & keep the wind in your face. If you got a good crossbow or can borrow one I would switch over to it as well. They are deadly out to 60 yards! Put a broadhead through his lungs before saturday! I've been hunting one particular buck, trying to get him as well before rifle opens. I've been taking my crossbow this week as well!Click image for larger version. 

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    I'd hunt him every chance you get.. No telling when he'll leave your woodlot for the next one over. Bucks can cover a ton of ground this time of year.

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    You can't kill him sitting on the couch, get out there. Spend every minute you can. Even if the buck saw or smelled you in that area thats not going to stop him from chasing a hot doe that goes thru the area.

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    I would get after him! I have had deer spooked many times from coyotes and they came back out within a couple hours again.

    Eberle- wow! That is quite a deer! When can I come out?! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenbickel View Post
    I would get after him! I have had deer spooked many times from coyotes and they came back out within a couple hours again.

    Eberle- wow! That is quite a deer! When can I come out?! Lol
    Jen,

    You have a standing offer come on down! Bring the kids they can play with mine! Here is one that showed up this week, got several pics of him. The Full Draw Crew is on him right now. Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eberle View Post
    Jen,

    You have a standing offer come on down! Bring the kids they can play with mine! Here is one that showed up this week, got several pics of him. The Full Draw Crew is on him right now. Click image for larger version. 

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    Believe me, I really want to!! If I can work it in, I definitely want too! Sounds like we have kids around the same ages!

 

 

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