Thanks Dave! I hope we can get some victory shots with a nice one or two as well. We have pretty good luck with bucks sticking around on our farm. And always some new comers throughout the season. Unfortunately, it's about an 1.5 hr drive from the house and my wife isn't too crazy about me being gone every weekend. And now my son is in college at SVSU...so we kind of pick our times to hunt. Usually take 4-5 over night trips throughout the season and a few day trips. So even though we are blessed with some great land to hunt, still lots of areas for them to be where we are not And always at the mercy of the weather. We actually have had some great luck the first weekend of bow season with seeing nice bucks on their feet in day light. Then we usually let the area rest till we hit it hard in November. I'll be going down this Sunday to check cards and put up a tent blind...be all set for that first weekend. If we get lucky enough to have a cold front hit for us that first weekend, I will be very confident in either my son or I getting a crack at a good one. But we shall see. I'll wait till November or December to fill my doe tag...don't like messing with warm temps and dead deer unless it's a nice buck. At least that's the plan for now.Mike those are some fantastic bucks! I hope you can show us one of those up close this year.
We’re kinda in uncharted waters at my place this summer as we have gotten no where near the nice buck pics as previous years. We have always gotten real nice pics of bucks in the summer and by the first maybe second week of October their gone for greener pastures. This year we have we gotten a couple nice ones but that’s been it. Hopefully they come back to our piece a little later in the season. We primarily always have does. We’ll see how it turns out. Last fall we had windmill construction crews running all through our area and it was the worst season ever. This year we’re just hoping for peace and quiet.
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