Passthrough - Nov-07 Mobile live hunt from CtContributors to this thread:
Brian M. 07-Nov-17
4:20 AM LIVE from Ct*
Headed to some state land. Going to play musical trees with the climber. Try 2 differemt spots today in the same state forest. Then off to massachusetts to hunt for 2 days. Then back in CT for friday and Saturday. This week and next week should be fantastic.
good luck ,keep us posted !!
GL Bud!!! Frosty out thar this am
Good luck man. Beautiful morning
This next few days should rock - following from work and way jealous !!!
Good luck. How much are you going to walk?
Going to try and slowly move closer to bedding over the next few days. So many squirrels today. I get kicked out of state forest next week. I think tuesday is last day on State land until dec. 20.
From: Brian M.
GL. It killed me to not go out for a couple hours. Just too much work today. Perfect morning.
Good luck and enjoy the day
At about 830 Had a large body buck come to 65yds after rattling. Never got a good look at rack.. he rubbed a tree and moved along.. then at 915 had a doe circle me and hang around for 5 min then she wandered off.. relocating shortly so if they come back off private land they will not scent me.
I went out today and saw nothing...disapppinted ...thought it was perfect but the dam wind was swirling
Well the 2nd deer was not a doe.
Sent this pic to my wife when she asked if i saw anything this morning. She said aww cute.. i said awww looks tasty. I see jerky.
Back out. Moved about 75yds.
Youre not gonna shoot that lil cutie are you...lol
She knows it. Doesnt like to discuss really. Even when eating venison. Shes never going to stop me!!! They taste so yummy.
Choose luck again like dave says it feels like a sweet night
Doe 20 yards
I'm sitting in a white oak overlooking a soy bean field. I'm in Kentucky, 82 degrees now raw drizzle. Good luck guys.
I meant it was 82, just had a 30 degree drop.
Good luck out there Steve!
Thanks bbb, no big ones yet. A bunch of 120-130" chasing.
Nothing this after noon. The squirrels are in a frenzy with the colder wether coming.