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Ahh the wonderful month of November!!!

Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by CC Glock, Nov 1, 2010.

  1. CC Glock

    CC Glock

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    Well i was sitting on the stand today, got there about 1:30. I hadn't seen a good buck out of this stand yet and had decided to move it after this sit. At about 5:10 I heard alittle crashing after doing a little gunting and here comes a good shooter buck. He wasnt real tall but pretty wide, his body was a MONSTER though. He would of been about my 3rd biggest buck. Even though he never gave me a shot, he never knew i was there and it really boosted my confidence in the stand location. I love me some November weather, it was in the high 50's with a calm wind.

    Good luck Guys
    Ben
     
  2. GeorgiaRedfish

    GeorgiaRedfish Senior Member

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    Keep it up you get him!

    Don't feel bad I've been hunting for four years, and the only males I've seen in the stand are button bucks. I have yet to see a deer rack in the stand.
     

  3. CC Glock

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    Thanks man. I am truly blessed in where i get to hunt. Its a track of land about 550 acres in the middle of a smallish town. Only bow hunting and very few people allowed to hunt. They had sold of some land and doing some construction so it has messed with the deer alittle. I usually have already killed a good buck by now but they have changed their pattern alittle .
     
  4. GeorgiaRedfish

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    Well I just got a stretch of unhunted land, I used to hunt WMA that was for the birds might get lucky with a buck this year.