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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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HUGE Wisconsin buck ?

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Another dandy from Wi, surfaced . This deer is a rumor so far , killed in Ontario , Wi. – friend was in Rockton bar and they said people had him on trail cams and harvested recently .
I dismiss such freaks and bar chat until i can find information . Has anyone heard about this deer ?
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Gonnna sting me a nice buck ..

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This year I am gonna set the mechanical aside… and shoot the new Magnus Black Hornet…

Dang these heads look mean. and a 1 1/4 cut.. Yikes :set1_draught2:

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Opening day buck!!!

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This is my son’s first buck that he got today. He just graduated to the big league and can now shoot expendables. As you can see, these Redhead Gators from BPS get it done. I’m one proud papa!

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Got my 2014 KS buck back!

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Happy to get this big bodied buck up on the wall!


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Never to early for buck pictures!!

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The boys are starting to grow!! These are 2 bucks we passed last season that were close to being shooters! Hope they keep eating the mineral!
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2014 Ohio buck back in N.C.

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Got my Nov. Ohio buck back this past weekend, He capped off a season like none other in my life.

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Ohio Late Season Stud Buck

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I have been a pretty blessed deer hunter. I live in an area of Ohio with great genetics and quality deer. So if you hunt smart and spend enough time in the stand you can usually harvest a great buck. With that said, the 2014-2015 deer season has not been what a typical deer season for me. Usually I spend nearly every single day off work in October and November hunting and scouting. Being I’m a 24 on/48off shift firefighter and typically take vacation from Halloween to mid-November….. that’s a lot of hunt time. But with the birth of my wife and I’s first child, Cooper, my time in the tree stand was severely decreased this season. Please don’t take that statement for anything it’s not…. I love him more than I ever though possible but having children changes things….as many AT’ers I’m sure can attest!

Even so, I found a fair amount of time to scout, hunt and run my Guide Service this season. I attribute this to a very understanding wife that knows my deep passion for hunting big mature whitetails. I had several quality sits, passed few pope and young bucks and even passed a shot at one of my target bucks because of fading light on Nov. 5th. Soon after that hunt my clients left camp and I was free to hunt any deer I captured on trail camera in 2014. Before I go any farther I need to explain a little something about how I hunt and run my Booner’s Acres Guide Service. I have several great farms but only a few that clients can hunt. The farms I run clients on are OFF LIMITS to me every year until I have ran all my clients. My last client left camp Nov. 11th, So after that my list of “hit list” bucks and priorities changed….Christmas Tree was now my #1 target.

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I hunted Christmas Tree all late November, shotgun season and a little during muzzleloader with no luck. With time running out and only a few weeks left to get the job done I switched to "the dark side" of Ohio’s deer hunting tactics and started running a corn pile at my farm. It didn’t take long for Christmas Tree to start using the pile with consistency and in daylight hours. I hunted him three times with good winds and he never showed. He then disappeared for a few days and I thought maybe I educated him.


But then…two nights ago he showed back up and hit the pile well before dark. I figured he would do it again the very next evening and I moved in for the kill. By 5:40 last night I had 14 does and a half shed 6 point in front of me. Soon after Christmas Tree circled the pile, drank from a watering hole at 25 yards and lip curled his last doe. Rage 2 blade ate him up and he only went 30 yards. First buck I’ve shot off my farm since buying it in 2011. After a long but eventful season, it feels great to be done.

Christmas Tree was my favorite buck I had on
trail camera this year. It’s a bittersweet harvest because I love managing a growing big deer. I passed this buck last year when I believe he was 3 1/2 years old. That makes him 4 1/2 this year and the management side of me wonders how big he MIGHT/COULD have been. But I can’t pass a deer like this. He has great mass and character. Not much for spread and thus I don’t think he will score all that high…but nonetheless he is one hell of a buck. I have not had time to tape him out yet but will soon. Thanks for reading and good luck to all Ohio hunter with a tag that still needs filled.

Corey Snoke

Below is a pic of Christmas Tree in 2013-2014 as a 3 1/2 year old

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