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Dominant buck or estrus tonight


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#1 Male OFFLINE   FLEWTHECOUPE

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Posted 11/02/15 - 11:42 AM

Going out tonight in a bit.
Can't decide weather to use dominant buck or estrus lure.
Saw a little action with dominant buck Friday.
But thinking it may be time to switch.

#2 Male OFFLINE   Almaink

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Posted 11/02/15 - 01:18 PM

I've been putting out estrus for the last few days and all I can say is the does don't like it. Nothing worse than a doe stomping and snorting show.



#3 Male OFFLINE   madcat2

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Posted 11/02/15 - 01:27 PM

I put estrous out on Saturday and had a spike doing figure 8's and circles around my treestand with its nose to the ground! The does will most likely not come in close enough once they catch wind of it.


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