Seen 7 opener no hits plus most were does seen 4 the next day I missed at about 250 anyone else having luck yet.
We have had a lot of wolf and bears around this year no much sign this year on the property we hunt . Our party got a nice little 6 pointer on thursday but we worked hard for it.
It's still to warm and you preaty much have to walk on them to get them to move.
Hopefully next Sat will see cooler weather. I would like to see -15 C at night and - 10 to -5 durring the day That should get the deer moving
Yea it was crap all week here nice and crispy, but halfway through the days I could hunt it would rain or blizzard. The deer are moving just not in my direction.
All the deer I have seen have been in full trot before I even had my gun totally raised and the buck I seen was already moving toward 300 yards before I let offf the first shot. He seemed to take a hit but he kept going and not a drop of blood. Tonnes of leaves so it was really hard to track. I actually walked up on 3 does trying to find that buck, thought it was my second chance at him turns out they were comming to the grunts I had been doing along with my bleat can.
Ahh well still two more days for me to give it a shot so we'll see what happens.
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