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Real Madrid’s Title Defense Gets a Late Start

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Cristiano Ronaldo scored in the 89th minute and Álvaro Morata scored in stoppage time as Real Madrid rallied past Sporting Lisbon in Champions League play.
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Late Season Missouri Hunt

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I will be heading up to Missouri on 1/3/16 to make my first late season hunt in the Midwest. I have some experience hunting public land here in Lousisana, but i know this will be very differnt. We will be hunting the Mark Twain National Forrest the Cedar Creek area near Columbia, MO.

Does anyone have any experience with this piece of property? Also, i have been reading some late season threads and know that it is important to find the food. Are there any grain fields on the National Forrest itself? It appears that there are fields, but i cannot tell what type from the satellite images. I am trying to get as much ground work done as I can before we get there in an attempt to locate the deer movement within the first day or so.

Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.


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Late Season Whitetail Hunting – GPS Movement Data, Part 2

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Seemed like everyone enjoyed riding around with Deer #1 several days ago. For Round #2, I’ll stick you on the back of "Billy the Kid" as he cruises around for the month of December. What’s particularly interesting is comparing 2 bucks operating within the same exact landscape. What are the similarities? What are the differences? How can certain weaknesses be exploited?

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Late Bloomer

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I picked my first bow up a while back with the intention to do some elk and black bear hunting at some point. I’m 29 years old and I’ve never hunted a day in my life. My decision to pursue it was largely based on coming to terms with the fact that I, like many I know am simply disconnected – or at least conditioned and desensitized from the reality that a life is ultimately taken to sustain another, to the point that I’ve completely taken it for granted many times. And as much as we may try to settle into that conditioning, the process doesn’t start and end at the local supermarket or our favorite restaurants. I feel that much more respect is owed than to be ignorant to it.

On top of that, the final tipping point for me was the exposure of the brutality and cruelty that exists in facets of the farming industry. It was more than enough to turn my stomach and it was then that I ultimately decided that if I’m gunna continue to consume venison, I’d rather own up and take the responsibility of everything that entails into my own hands. I’ve also decided that while I have nothing against an ethical rifle hunter, there’s something about that approach that I just can’t fully get behind, which might seem odd. Especially since I own too many guns not to be a hunter in the first place and my love for throwing lead down range.

I also never realized the positive impact that hunters have on wildlife in terms of conservation. For the longest, that always came off as such a bass-ackward concept to me and I didn’t want to hear anybody’s justification for it. But it is indeed an absolute necessity, as it turns out that there just aren’t enough of us willing to donate on behalf of the wildlife cause simply out of the goodness of our hearts.

I’m currently just a target shooter at this point and I don’t intend to hit the woods until I’ve put in the work and am skilled enough to make that "ethical" kill at any reasonable distance under fatigue and stress. Every. Single. Time. If it ends up being something I can’t handle when it comes down to it, especially with my existing qualms outlined above, then I’ve got some serious re-evaluating to do. But I think I would better handle the killing condition of an animal that’s lived a life wild and free more than I can abide the "living" conditions that many factory farmed animals are subjected to. But I won’t know for certain until the deed is done.

So… There’s all of that… And the fact that I absolutely LOVE venison.

This video seems to sum up the idea of where I feel I’m at in this point. I really respect where Steve’s head is at in all of this.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=4ahcD0_7Mpo

Well, that’s my little story. What’s yours? What got you into hunting? When did you start and how do you feel it’s impacted your lifestyle?


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Too late to plant clover in Virginia?

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It’s tough for me to get to my hunting location. I’m going this weekend. Was going to mow a small area (less than half acre) down low and spray, then come back in a couple weeks and broadcast the clover seed. Is it too late for this?

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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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Strutter decoy this late in the season?

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What do you guys think? It’s my last chance in Wisconsin tomorrow and I roosted a few tonight. Anyone having luck with strutting decoys and a hen?

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