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Mating call? #6032206 11/16/15 03:26 PM
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So I'm in my stand yesterday and I swear I heard a cow mooing somewhere close to me. Only problem is I'm hunting in the East Texas Piney woods and there ain't no cows anywhere close. Was this possibly a doe bleat or a buck bellowing? I was stumped. Maybe a lost parrot that learned to moo? haha, I have no idea. I didn't see a single thing all morning either.

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doe bleats are pretty quiet and soft pitched.. you should be able to tell the difference easily...

Re: Mating call? [Re: Navasot] #6032223 11/16/15 03:34 PM
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Originally Posted By: Navasot
doe bleats are pretty quiet and soft pitched.. you should be able to tell the difference easily...


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Now if your sitting near a river or swampy area you possibly herd a nutria but still its a pretty soft toned call

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Cows do not always stay inside fences.


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Sasquatch is the only logical explication for this.

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Chuppa telling his friends he knows where a hunter is and calling them over for dinner...

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Re: Mating call? [Re: Jeff McGuire] #6034257 11/17/15 12:51 PM
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Definitely a Sasquatch!


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Definitely a Sasquatch!


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Re: Mating call? [Re: Jeff McGuire] #6034338 11/17/15 01:46 PM
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Any "buddys" hunting with you out there? I smell a practical joke.....friend at work told me a story about placing a FoxPro near his buddys stand..... nidea


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Any "buddys" hunting with you out there? I smell a practical joke.....friend at work told me a story about placing a FoxPro near his buddys stand..... nidea

Ha that's funny but you don't mess with a mans hunt roflmao


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Any "buddys" hunting with you out there? I smell a practical joke.....friend at work told me a story about placing a FoxPro near his buddys stand..... nidea

Ha that's funny but you don't mess with a mans hunt roflmao

confused2 the sound of a cow ? That's udderly rediculess.. flag



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Re: Mating call? [Re: Jeff McGuire] #6036476 11/18/15 12:18 PM
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LOL, I swore it was sasquatch too, but after further research I'm inclined to believe it was a bleat. She was probably sitting right under my stand messing with me.

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Sounds travel a long ways. I hunt behind my house and I was 2 miles in the very back of the property the other evening and could hear our rooster crowing at the house. It sounded like it was just a couple hundred yards away.. I guess the wind was just right..lol.. Also , we live 12 miles from the nearest railroad track and every once in a while on a quite night and a light wind out of the north ,We can hear the horn blowing from the train crossing.


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