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My 2015 Iowa Buck

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Just picked him up the weekend from the taxidermist. Shot him on Nov 6th.


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Help me age this buck?

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Can anyone help me age this buck?

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Thoughts on this buck

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Any thoughts on this buck are much appreciated. Age, score, etc. MFDC3593[1].jpgMFDC3592[1].jpg
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Whos killed a nice buck with a scrape dripper?

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We’ve all seen them on sale at Wally World after the season ends. The hoarder in me couldn’t say no even though Im not sure I would even use it lol.

So who’s made their own scrape with it and scored?


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Thanksgiving Morning Buck

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Happy Thanksgiving Guys,

So this morning was my first morning hunt of the year. Being away at school all year, the only time I get to hunt is over Thanksgiving and Christmas break. I climbed a into a tree at 0525 this morning, about an hour before sunrise. I was sitting in a big lot of woods, between and bedding area and a neighborhood. I put out some James Valley full rut gel just in case the deer were still chasing. About 20 minutes after getting set, I hear two bucks sparring in the darkness. I could not see them, but I knew they were close, maybe 100 yards. Just after first light I grunt a couple times and hit the horns. As soon as I set the horns down I hear something coming my way. I look up and theres a deer at 30 yards, just standing there. I didn’t even know whether it was a buck or a doe, but I knew I was going to shoot it. It had been two years since I’ve killed a deer and the freezer was empty. I grab my bow and the deer walks in front of me at twelve yards. I draw back, noticing the deer is a buck as I do so. I release the arrow and the deer trots away. I wasn’t sure if I hit him. I wait 30 minutes and climb down. I find my arrow and there is blood everywhere. Those Slick Trick Razor Tricks sure are deadly. After following a 50 yard blood trail there he lays. He’s a little 6 point, but he is also my first deer in two years and my first buck ever. I was so excited I let out a gladiator yell in the woods. I know he’s not a monster by anyones standards, but he is a trophy to me. My first buck ever, and on Thanksgiving morning. Had him back to the house and gutted by 1000, just in time to start prepping for dinner.

I’m not sure if the JVS scent helped, but it definitely didn’t alarm him. He came in fast and relaxed. I know he had to have smelled it, but he definitely came into the rattling. Im going to keep using it though.

This is a day I’ll never forget. Its so cool to harvest your first buck on Thanksgiving Day. I’ve got a lot to be thankful for. I hope everyone has a blessed turkey day and holiday season.

I don’t know why its not letting me attach pictures. I’ll try again later.


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horrible pic of huge buck in Mass…

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saw this deer 15 feet from main road…
the pic sucks. it was 6:30, and still too dark for phone camera, and I zoomed making matters worse, but you can make out the rack some what…


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First bow buck down!

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Just shot him 20 min ago geared him crash and kick around for a bit knocked another arrow and had another bigger buck come in 5 min later but didn’t offer a shot gonna sit another 30 min and see what happens then go get him he’s just a fork horn but idc I’m still pumped this is turning into one memorable season!


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Spooked big buck. What would you do? Seeking strategy.

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Hey All!

Sweet evening hunt today in a swamp. Saw the two nicest bucks I’ve seen while hunting (which doesn’t say much as I’ve only been doing this a few years, but still I’m pretty pumped). Left me with a conundrum.

In the last few minutes of good light, the nicest buck I’ve seen showed up and stopped about 10 yards away. I hunt from a saddle now, and was hanging from a big leaning oak that hangs over an opening in the swamp, at the tip of a sort of point of woods that just into the swamp. I put the tree between me and him, and I drew. As I did, he turned facing me, and looked right in my direction. Busted. Sorta. I waited at full draw for him to write me off and go back to eating. And then I waited some more. When I couldn’t hold anymore, I counted to twenty and held some more. He was still frozen, looking right at me. Eventually I let down as slow as I could, and he jumped a little, and moved out of my line of site. I peeked around really slowly, and he was staring right at me. The peeking was too much for him. He didn’t like it and bounded into the brush without too much rush, and was gone. No snorting or stomping. And not really frantic. I listened, and it seemed like he didn’t go too far. I let the light fade some more, and, with it all quite, I eased out of there as silently as I could.

What’s my plan of attack now? Do I return immediately? Give it a rest? Hunt it in the morning?

More background:
- Tonight there was another shooter buck there (second nicest one I’ve seen while hunting). He didn’t present a shot. He didn’t spook, but chased off after some does and was gone. I’d return just for him, but now I’ve seen the bigger dude, and want him more.
- Weather (wind, temp, barometric pressure, etc.) are all supposed to be the same tomorrow and Tuesday.

So what would you do?

J


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