Tight Spot Quivers
Aquatic Deer
Whitetail Deer
Contributors to this thread:
Norseman 06-Nov-19
JTV 06-Nov-19
BIG BEAR 06-Nov-19
JTV 06-Nov-19
Swampbuck 07-Nov-19
Tonybear61 10-Nov-19
JTV 10-Nov-19
Shug 11-Nov-19
From: Norseman
06-Nov-19

Norseman 's Link
Great photos. I think I might get a Browning trail cam.

From: JTV
06-Nov-19

JTV's Link
read an article yesterday where fisherman rescued a deer 5 miles off the shore of Maine .... a show I was watching yesterday showed a decent buck fording a swollen creek, the buck didnt miss a beat and swam across easily ...

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/maine-lobster-fishermen-rescue-deer-5-miles-off-the-coast

From: BIG BEAR
06-Nov-19
Very cool picture of the wood ducks too. I’m not a duck hunter..... and I had no idea that wood ducks land in trees until I saw it for myself when we had two pairs of them on our pond in the spring at our new house.

From: JTV
06-Nov-19
heck, Wood Ducks nest in tree's hollow cavities ... that is why they are at home in Wood Duck boxes ... ..........

From: Swampbuck
07-Nov-19
Saw a deer swimming in the middle of the Vineyard Sound heading toward the mainland. Must’ve been coming from Martha’s. That’s close to a 4 mile swim

From: Tonybear61
10-Nov-19
I hunt near creaks and rives a lot. Took some good pics this year. In talking to an Old Timer he told me about the biggest buck he'd ever seen walking straight up and down the river since he was way too wide to be traveling the trails full of brush and obstructions. So don't be too worried about setting up close to moving water..

From: JTV
10-Nov-19
I had a small Doe come in this evening, circle behind me at 15 yds, go thru some flooded timber which went to her knees and didnt even flinch, nor did she spook when she got down wind.. she waded thru it like it was nuthin', still on the trail which is now flooded over ........ ... 42 degree's out ....

From: Shug
11-Nov-19

Shug's embedded Photo
Shug's embedded Photo
Kansas river bottoms this spring,,

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