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    Glassing; your eyes are your best weapon!

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    Passion, lots of passion.

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    Scoutting!! Always and as much as possible. Even in areas I've hunted many years in the past I always pre scout. I love it when I can go over that next ridge that I've never look over the other side and find a new spring or Quaker patch that looks awesome to hunt.

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    Hours in the field. The more time you can spend in the field the more you will learn. When you quit learning it's time to stop hunting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elkcrazedfrk View Post
    Determination....Thats it for me.
    +1 A never give up attitude. You never know what is around the next bend or over the next hill.

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    Persistence... Keep on keeping on even after most others would have called it quits. The more time you spend in the field the more your odds of finding your trophy go up.

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    This last rifle hunt after spending two nights on the mountain in snow, rain, and cold we came down. I know two nights isn't very long for some of you but it was probably the worst conditions I've ever hunted in. We came down got cleaned up and something to eat. I called up my cousin and told him we won't get anything staying at home. We went up and I shot a 22 inch 4 point. My biggest deer. Long story but we wouldn't have got anything if we have let the weather win. So my factor of success is to get out there no matter the conditions.

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    I think the keys for me are knowing your area, through scouting and years of hunitng and glassing.

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    Being able to rifle hunt the rut. The sandhills of Nebraska hide those big guys really good and if they don't have their mind on something else but surviving and hiding, the BIG ones are pretty hard to get sometimes.

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    My archery mule deer success

    #1 Choose easy To draw tags
    #2 Draw tags for units that have bucks
    #3 Lots and lots and lots of shooting in competition.

    You gotta have bucks to get close to, then you gotta make the shot! Without either you're spinning your wheels.
    "You can't cheat the mountian Pilgrim"

 

 

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