I hope every one’s having a great season. Since my bow hunting trip to Illinois, I have been glad to be back down south hunting. I was looking in my GON magazine and many hunters have been successful harvesting big deer. I have seen a lot of pictures big bucks on the walls of the local gas station hang outs. I just love this time of year hearing all the different stories of all the big deer, hunters have taken down south hunting near where I live. I love all the hunting stories from all over, but when you hear a story about a big buck from near where you live it kind of gets you fired up!
We have a big buck on our club we have had on trail camera for several years now, and the other day my dad called me and he was excited he saw him from the stand, for just a second, he didn’t stick around long enough for dad to get a shot, but sightings of him during daylight hours are rare, so now we are all fired up. I sure would like to be able to share a story about this buck with you, before this deer season is over. Although since the time my dad saw him, the rut has cooled off a lot. Deer season always seems to go by so fast.
Do you have any good stories about big deer taken or seen near where you live? I’d love to hear some of your stories, from near where some of you live. If you have photographs to go with your story send them to me and I’ll try to put your story and photos on here.
This is a picture of another big deer, a peach state monster I did a post on last year, you can see the full story here.
Just yesterday I was reading a great story at OTHMAR VOHRINGER OUTDOOR BLOG . He had posted a story about a huge whitetail on his site that was very interesting. Click on his link, and go check it out. He has a great blog definitely worth going over to check out.
Deer hunting stories are always fun to share, and if you think about it we can all learn from each others stories. You can find out many helpful tips and information about deer and deer movement, and maybe use that information to help you bag a big trophy buck. When someone is telling me a story about a hunt I always try to get as many details about the hunt as I can. Was he with a doe? What was he eating? What time of day was it? What was the weather like? What type of woods were you hunting? Any information that may help me figure out the deer I am hunting. Like the old saying says, the only dumb question is the one you don’t ask.