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Old 11-02-2008, 09:39 AM
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What do ya think, the best place to hunt during the rut, on a field, deep in the woods or in the woods over looking a big field? Just wanted to know were every one else likes to hunt during the rut...
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with a gun, the biggest field you can find. With a bow, a funnel leading to a field. If this dont work, hunt where you always see does
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with a gun, the biggest field you can find. With a bow, a funnel leading to a field. If this dont work, hunt where you always see does
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Old 11-02-2008, 12:13 PM
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I agree during the rut bucks are on the move. I like to hunt open areas with good visibility or possibly narrow wooded areas (travel corridors) connecting two larger wood lots.
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hunt where the does are being seen. That is kinda like ladies night at a club how come the dont pay to get in.
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we have some power lines that cross our property. If the bucks are moving theres a good chance you might catch one crossing. But you have to stay alert because they get across fast.
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hunt where your seeing the most does and an area you can cover some ground but still near the thick stuff.
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