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what can i use to bring the bucks in. it's in an old bean feild that was not harvested. i have a tripod overlooking 2 feilds. th

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  • Groffeaston
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    Hello everyone!

    What I would do, Use a cover scent and a human scent killer to eliminate your human scent. Then leave a scent trail for the bucks to follow past your stand. Then place out 3 scent bombs. 1 on either side(left and right) and one in front. You can also make a fake scrape using a scent dripper or by dripping scent onto the bare ground.

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  • duck101
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    well if u have buudies that hunt u guys shld team up and try some drives like they walk woods to push the deer out while somebody is in the tripod looking over the fields for the pushed out deer

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  • the decoy hunter
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    This is a excellent time of year to take a mature buck-and it might be easier than you think-larger bucks tend to frequent crop fields/ open areas/ travel routes more frequently at any given time of the day.(from my personal experience)Almost like a post rut ambivalence seems to become a mind set of larger bucks.I seen some of the best bucks between now and Christmas, midday on the move.From your description of your hunting area "with a bunch of does";there is a high possibility that one or more were not bred successfully and may cycle again.The best opportunities are rare and only come around once every deer season.

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  • Jordan13
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    I had the same problem last year so I hung a Tinks scent bomb out & first half hour of the hunt I killed a nice 8 piont.

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  • what can i use to bring the bucks in. it's in an old bean feild that was not harvested. i have a tripod overlooking 2 feilds. th

    what can i use to bring the bucks in. it's in an old bean feild that was not harvested. i have a tripod overlooking 2 feilds. there is thick hardwoods outside the feilds full of acorns. all i've seen is a bunch of does and little bucks. how can i bring in the mature bucks.?

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