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what works better during the rut, a rattle bag or a grunt?

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  • rudyglove27
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    I use both!

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  • Big C
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    I think I am with gman and the doe can.

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  • gman3186
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    if i had to choose between the rattle bag or a grunt call i choose neither i would take my trusty doe in a can

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  • idahooutdoors
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    I like to tie all the calls together. I prefer a set of shed for rattling over the rattle bags. I like to use several grunt calls and bleat cans. I have good luck sounding like a group of deer.

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  • buckhunter
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    I only rattle if a deer is far away and grunt if a deer is close so to answer your questions, yes.

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  • muskiemaster
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    rattle bag with you on the ground adding thrashing in the leaves then followed before your fake fight and after with a couple scattered doe bleats.

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  • steve182
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    If i had to choose just one i'd go with the bleat

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  • steve182
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    Use both, and a bleat can. I've had success even on public land.

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  • evspence
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    On public land neither, with the hunting pressure that just tells'em where to avoid

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  • Big O
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    Ya got to use them together.
    Good luck and Good hunting !

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  • jbird
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    That's kinda like asking which fishing lure works best. It all depends on the buck. I've personally had more luck w/grunting than rattling, but I know several people who would say the exact opposite.

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