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#6092633 - 12/19/15 07:28 PM Buck Movement
pearljam559 Offline
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Registered: 12/15/08
Posts: 15
Question...

Spent the afternoon in the blind and saw 3 does on the wheat field and at the feeder. About 5pm a Spike buck came out and started chasing the does. I decided to sneak out a little early and see if i could see any hogs or coyotes on the walk back to the truck. I walked about 200 yards and saw a Buck Courting a Doe in a low creek area. My Thought was.. well i guess the rut is still in full swing... walked about another 1/2 mile and saw two shadows exit the woods and come out in the open field i was walking in.. they got closer.. I knelled down to use a little bit of what light was left on the horizon and Saw each had a Huge Set of Antlers on them.. They were prob about 20-30 yards from me and stopped and scoped me out. I looked thru the scope, one was a big 8 point and the other was a big 10 point... They ended up trotting off.

My question is... Do bucks Run together when the rut is over?

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#6092644 - 12/19/15 07:37 PM Re: Buck Movement [Re: pearljam559]
stxranchman Offline
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Registered: 08/04/10
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Do not see mature bucks group back up very often this early, but it could happen. My guess is there might have been a doe that you did not see since it is unusual for 2 older bucks to not run from you at that close of a distance.
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