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Learning and Seeing New Things Opening Weekend #6021723 11/10/15 09:10 PM
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1) never saw a deer vomit before, looked like that anyway. she did not seem to care.
2) Hawk flying low, three does looked up and followed his flight for a few seconds.
3) Does blowing hard at young buck, or blowing for yearlings to come on so she could away from young buck, not sure which. She was not blowing at me, and I heard her again deep in the woods. Other deer seemed to ignore it until the young fella showed himself.
4) I have never seen does flat out hull butt away from these two young bucks they way they have the past few days. In the deer world these boys must be homely or nerds. These does go head down full stride into the thick woods. The small clearing I hunt empties out. Young fellas ruined my fun two days straight chasing away the females.
5) Flapping arms like your trying fly scares hogs away, that was Sunday morning, they have not been back. Crazy human. Five minutes later doe and yearling entered the area, quiet scare tactics work best.

One thing I already knew...hours and hours in the blind, and I saw the mature 8 point half a mile up the road from behind my windshield as I am leaving this afternoon; he came to say try again Friday. hahaha

I saw a lot of deer, and watching young deer is always fun, I had 11 deer opening evening in a half acre clearing, and six were yearlings. Wow, the old boys did their work last year. At least one is button buck, maybe two.

Re: Learning and Seeing New Things Opening Weekend [Re: DHS274] #6021727 11/10/15 09:12 PM
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The doe wasn't keepin her head down most of the time and sneezing/blowing a lot was she?

Re: Learning and Seeing New Things Opening Weekend [Re: Navasot] #6022895 11/11/15 02:09 PM
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Originally Posted By: Navasot
The doe wasn't keepin her head down most of the time and sneezing/blowing a lot was she?


No, she just seem to get to much food going on, she did not heave at all, just sort of turned her head dropped green/yellow (corn and forge) mucus like vomit and went back to eating.

Re: Learning and Seeing New Things Opening Weekend [Re: DHS274] #6023144 11/11/15 03:41 PM
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That's good then must have got some bad oats

Re: Learning and Seeing New Things Opening Weekend [Re: DHS274] #6023146 11/11/15 03:42 PM
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Iv killed a few that would do that all morning and act really slow and blow their nose a lot... ended up having bot fly larva in their nasal cavity

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