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Ok, so i just setup my ground blind in a new spot thats tucked away in a swamp thats down in a valley. Every time i leave my bli

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  • Ok, so i just setup my ground blind in a new spot thats tucked away in a swamp thats down in a valley. Every time i leave my bli

    Ok, so i just setup my ground blind in a new spot thats tucked away in a swamp thats down in a valley. Every time i leave my blind theres always fresh buck tracks on the road i use to get to where i enter the woods to go to my stand. The buck is always trailing a doe because theres always doe tracks right in front of his. Does anybody know if i could pull the buck down to my stand by making a doe in estrous scent trail and hanging a scent wick near my bait pile and then adding a few doe bleats?

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    I agree with piney, move your stand closer to the sign. Maybe setting downwind, but within range of the sign. If the buck is not trailing a doe, he will scent check the are from downwind.

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    • #3
      you have to kill big bucks where they are, not where you want them to be.

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        thats a very good saying 6phunter but i cant move my stand because i only have a few days left to hunt until rifle season begins and im not allowed to hunt with my bow during gun season. im thinking about just sitting on a chair on the edge of the raod he walks every day but im not sure that will work

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        • #5
          Make a doe drag to your stand give it a shot!

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