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After multiple Smart *** answers to my last question i will clarify. I am hunting with a muzzleloader. If they arent with i a

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  • After multiple Smart *** answers to my last question i will clarify. I am hunting with a muzzleloader. If they arent with i a

    After multiple Smart \*\*\* answers to my last question i will clarify. I am hunting with a muzzleloader. If they arent with i a 150 yards i would like to have a way to draw them in.

  • #2
    You could put on a stalk. Or you can try to draw them in by grunting, bleeting, rattling, etc. Of course sitting tight still isn't a bad plan, unless they're moving off.

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    • #3
      I see.

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        from Christian Emter wrote 1 sec ago

        I see.

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        • #5
          Try this the next time you’re walking and your busted by a herd of whitetails in a field. If they haven’t run yet, freeze, quickly bend over placing your hands on your knees wait a second and while bent over take a step or two then bolt straight up looking at them and freeze. Repeat this over and over and the deer “NO JOKE” will start walking towards you to check you out to within 100 yards or even bow range!

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          • #6
            When you do this silly ritual listed above, Get ready!

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            • #7
              thanks. I will try bending and standing. Who knowss maybe i will get lucky and get a shot!

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              • #8
                Or least get your calisthenics for the day. Try the simple thing first like a grunt call, then maybe the calisthenics.

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                • #9
                  Agreed with Beekeeper answer above and A + 1 for you sir!!!

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