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Bowguy67
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Just out of curiosity. The forum labels you from Texas. Down south the rut is later. In the north is still happening. Can't be over in Texas
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Critter getter you say the deer are inconsistant. No way to pattern them.
I watched Barry Wensel once in Bowhunting October Whitetails time speak words that couldn't be more true.
He said break it down to what's hardest to find.
For instance if the area was vast in cover, find the food source. If it's vast in food, find the bedding. In other words find what's less and that'll be a draw.
I don't know Texas at all but if it's very, very dry find some water. This kinda thing.

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Just out of curiosity. The forum labels you from Texas. Down south the rut is later. In the north is still happening. Can't be over in Texas
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Next time you are in that situation, put the grunt call away and pull out a doe bleat call....one bleat.... that's all. Then....get ready.

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quote:
Originally posted by Bowguy67:
Just out of curiosity. The forum labels you from Texas. Down south the rut is later. In the north is still happening. Can't be over in Texas

This thread was from late season last year.
still good to hear new responses. This year I am hunting a funnel about 1/2 mile from this spot in the direction the old buck was traveling. Only made it out a couple times but my hopes are high

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