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Legacy -The 2019 Season-

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That's funny! I have a Winchester Model 120 that throws Winchester slugs all over the place, but loves Remington Sluggers. I just put a new scope on her, and at 75 yards I can group three shots so that they are all at least touching the bullseye. So, 3" group? That works for me. And has for 35 years. 

 

I have to dig out this morning, but I hope to be in the woods this evening. I will certainly post conditions and a report. I just hope that my parking isn't a snow pile.

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I say they won't move and I'm sitting this one out

They should move this afternoon

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On my way into work there were tracks all over the roads ad they hadn't plowed yet. So they were moving last night evidently.

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I just got done plowing since 130 this morning and there was deer everywhere. The last one I saw was around 4 AM so I’m with Dan they’re hunkered down and going to move this afternoon.


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Didn't see anything as I unburied three cars from snowdrifts in my driveway! Zero rut activity in my front yard. Back at it this afternoon.

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Yeah even the PIA ones that raid my bird feeders didn't bother getting up this AM:lol:

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They were moving this morning on the way to work.  The lady in front of me on the parkway didn't have a good morning!  She hit a deer and it was stuck in the wheel well still alive! 

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They certainly weren't moving on veteran's day. One doe all day.

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1 hour ago, GAMBLER said:

They were moving this morning on the way to work.  The lady in front of me on the parkway didn't have a good morning!  She hit a deer and it was stuck in the wheel well still alive! 

Rob I bet you could have killed that one:rofl:

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18 minutes ago, dvdegeorge said:

Rob I bet you could have killed that one:rofl:

I was tempted Dan. 

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You should see the ten point that my neighbor shot on Monday. Brian and I saw him on Sunday with a doe, but never up close and personal. He wasn't so lucky on Veteran's Day. The pic is not mine to post, but he was a stud. Wall candy now.

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Sat from 1 to dark , just a flash of a deer is all I seen. Seems most movement in my woods happened from oct 27th to nov 6th. Hope things change soon running out of time and that's all I have now .

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November 12 pm
25 degrees
WNW wind 5-15 becoming blustery
Partly sunny becoming cloudy
Snow beginning at 430

Winter wonderland out there. It was actually a pretty decent sit until about 420 or so. Sunny skies turn cloudy and the snow started all over again.
Saw a couple young bucks early. One at 330 and one at 4.
Definitely a fair amount of tracks.

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Tough walking, for sure. Lots of tracks by the houses, and my buddy saw five bucks - probably a hot doe around. The neighbor missed an eight. I caught a peek at a buck as he drifted through my shooting lane, but with the snow on the thick stuff I didn't see him until he stepped out, and by the time I registered "Deer!", he took two steps and was gone. Wrong stand to hunt after a heavy snow, I guess. Great breeding thicket, but there could have been a dozen deer in there with me and I'd have never known. Going out to give it a shot this morning until I freeze my woobie off.

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Hunting memes are funny. Here is one.....

”when you see a giant buck but you are already tagged out”

 

 

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