SixLomaz - Nov-17 Mobile live hunt from CtContributors to this thread:
6:02 AM LIVE from Ct*
Today is a wonderful day for hunting. Come on everybody, get out there and get it done. Good luck to all who decided to hunt today.
Six - you better tie everything down this morning, the wind is really howling out there. Good luck, stick a fat one.
Best of luck this morning
No shot on this big body four-pointer as he walked by in a hurry at 6:08 a.m., which is 7 minutes too early for a legal shot today in CT.
I hope he returns to the same area this morning.
Good luck. Just 7 min. eearly? Legal is 7:02 in Western New York this morning.
Any more luck? Hows the wind?
GL Bud!!! Great dsy ti be out
Good luck! Let's do this. Wind is rockin
My tree is not very thick and the wind is picking up.
Good luck hang on .
West view - there is a ridge
The invisible hunter
I gotta whole lotta shakey shake going on here too bud..the winds blowing the branches right into me..gonna be a tough shot if them fart sniffers come back!!
ASAT is good stuff
Good luck, never get used to hunting in high winds being 20ft up.
Stay safe and have fun Six!
Center left of thick tree
Center left of thick tree
4 points buck beded at 80 yards. I am stalking. Wind in my face and covering noise. Center right of thick tree, not left.
Amazing - good luck Six - that's not an easy task!
I am at 60 now. He is looking somewhere else. Ears to the back away from me.
40 yards and I am still invisible . This is fun and ASAT helps.
If hes using bbb's method we might as well check in around 2:37 sunday morning...oofffaaaa
And we're waiting ..............
Too funny - Notme
I think Six is the only man alive who would be stalking a buck while on the phone! Haven’t heard back maybe the buck turned and charged him.
The battery discharged while I was on the mission. Here is what happened: I managed to get to 20 yards from the buck using the trees as cover. All this time he was fixed in a different direction. I was fixed on him. What I failed to see was the 2 does bedded 20 yards form him, about 40 yards from me. As I moved to get even closer the does caught my movement, jumped out of bed, the buck stood up as well, I pulled the hybrid longbow string back, focused on one hair behind his shoulder and let the arrow fly. That deer dropped all the way to the ground, hitting the dirt with his chest, and my arrow flew clean above him. Loaded with energy his muscles exploded in the biggest jump I have ever seen a deer do, and in a blink of the eye he was 60 yards away, safe, unharmed, running to find his does. Next time I will pay more attention. Now I know where they bed on a windy cold day. This was an awesome hunt for me.
NOTE: BBB's native american stalking method works despite the fact that my boots do not have laces, but I was dressed to kill in ASAT camo.
The buck is in the yellow circle. I managed to get to 20 yards, behind the tree marked with blue. Does were in the direction where the buck is looking.
Nice work, you got very close. Tough to get those quick shots off.
Great live hunt Lomaz! That's how it's done everyone.
Regardless of the result, it was fun. My freezers are full already. If I get a deer now is for relatives and friends.
Good effort, live and learn.
Pretty cool bud!!