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  • Around my neck of the woods in WI the bucks are starting to get really agressive.I was wondering what kind of sequences you guys

    Around my neck of the woods in WI the bucks are starting to get really agressive.I was wondering what kind of sequences you guys do when your rattling. whether you grunt or do a snort wheeze or grunt before hand or after rattling. Any insight or tips?

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    I usually do a series of 3 or 4 semi-aggressive grunts before my rattling sequence, and about half the time I make a couple more grunts after rattling.
    You should never snort-wheeze unless you know (i.e, can see the deer) that you are calling to a mature, dominant buck. The snort-wheeze is an extremely aggressive call that will scare most younger bucks.

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      When rattling I only rattle(no combination of a grunt/bleat/etc.).

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        I usually start off with a few grunts over a long period of time leading up to my rattle. When i start rattling I grunt during the rattle. I don't over do it, but I like to make it sound like two different deer. No over aggressive grunts though, just short noisy grunts. I have seen results this way, but this way may not work for everyone. The best way to figure out what works for you is to try all different methods and see which one gets the best results. Where i am this method works for me, but we are states apart and this might not work the same for the deer in your region.

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