Lfts 11/30

Discussion in 'Michigan Whitetail Deer Hunting' started by crossneyes, Nov 30, 2020.

  1. TheSteelDeal

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    CYBER MONDAY DEAL!!
    I’ll build 1 cozy blind for you, and a second one for FREE! For me on your land....
     
  2. TheSteelDeal

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    Smart water when they are new. I refill orange juice bottles those things are the best.
     
    DEDGOOSE and jiggin is livin like this.

  3. old graybeard

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    One of my favorite spots.
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  4. MichMatt

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    I just pour the water into a 12 oz gatoraid bottle. Thick walled and it doesn't make a lot of noise and the cap is larger to grab. I actually put tape around the bottle to help decrease any glare from the sun during the day while in a tree stand.
    It works well.
     
  5. Carpenter Bill

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    How's it going out there Boys, Looking like wind is gonna start picking up along of snow and rain cold wet and nasty, Sounds like my old girlfriend lol. Good luck and shoot straight it's crunch time
     
  6. retired dundo

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  7. LabtechLewis

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    You can have it. I'll take 40 and sunny anytime. :mischeif:

    I have to admit it was beautiful, serene, and potentially snooze-inducing!

    Anyone have a Deercast (or equivalent) prediction for this morning for SE Michigan? Just curious what the algorithm calculated.
     
  8. November Sunrise

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    The Aries deer are in a celibacy phase right now - no movement and basically unkillable. The doe family groups led by Taurus' were bedded well before dawn. But the Geminis were on the move until 9:30 - snow always "gets 'em on their feet."
     
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  11. jeffm

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    Back in finally. Set a couple cheap cams to see what's going on out here. I only see deer in this spot at 8am. They have to be some where in the 5:00pm time frame.
    32° realfeel 17°.. 28mph wind gusts at times. Good luck all!
     
  12. Martian

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    couple things i do love about the snow is if anything brown moves, you see it, and tracking,,,
     
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    Time to swing back towards home. Sitting in the box blind is going to feel awesome later. Overall I saw 12 deer mostly does and passed on 4 chip shots. Well worth the effort and a boost to the old confidence. They are still out there.
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  15. d_rek

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    Did my spot and stalk and pulled my card. Just some fat squirrels across the road and couple baldies on camera. I was kind of lamenting that my firearms season is over but then I remember the DNR generously granted us another 10 days of firearms hunting with the zone 3 muzzleloading exception. I thought I read somewhere that this was for public land only but I can't find that in the reg book? Anyone verify?