Late season doe.

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Late season doe.

Unread postby Zap » Sun Jan 15, 2012 5:18 am

Its been very warm and the ten day forcast is for warm weather.

60 degrees tomorrow.

I am looking to try some late season doe and at the same time use mobile tactics to gain more experiance with that style.

Seems to me that it may be worth it to try sets between bedding areas in cover and near water during midday.
The deer just are not hitting the crop field food sources until well after dark.

Any input wanted.


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Re: Late season doe.

Unread postby BigHunt » Sun Jan 15, 2012 5:28 am

Zap wrote:Its been very warm and the ten day forcast is for warm weather.

60 degrees tomorrow.

I am looking to try some late season doe and at the same time use mobile tactics to gain more experiance with that style.

Seems to me that it may be worth it to try sets between bedding areas in cover and near water during midday.
The deer just are not hitting the crop field food sources until well after dark.

Any input wanted.


do you know where there bedding zap ...if so i would set up as close as possible to the bedding to intercept them coming out to feed or go to water
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Re: Late season doe.

Unread postby Zap » Sun Jan 15, 2012 5:31 am

As far as I can tell the groups on my private are bedding within sight/hearing/smell of the edge of the crop fields.

That makes it hard.

I was actually going to try some scout ready to hunt stuff on public, looking at aerials first.
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Re: Late season doe.

Unread postby BigHunt » Sun Jan 15, 2012 5:34 am

Zap wrote:As far as I can tell the groups on my private are bedding within sight/hearing/smell of the edge of the crop fields.

That makes it hard.

I was actually going to try some scout ready to hunt stuff on public, looking at aerials first.



hmmm :think: , good luck marty
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Re: Late season doe.

Unread postby GRFox » Sun Jan 15, 2012 5:45 am

Just bring a ton of arrows and start flinging.

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Re: Late season doe.

Unread postby BigHunt » Sun Jan 15, 2012 5:47 am

GRFox wrote:Just bring a ton of arrows and start flinging.

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:lol:
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Re: Late season doe.

Unread postby Zap » Sun Jan 15, 2012 5:48 am

GRFox wrote:Just bring a ton of arrows and start flinging.

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Too expensive of an option.... :lol:
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