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So i just got into deer hunting and this year is going to be my first season. I'm hitting the stand this Thanksgiving through th

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  • So i just got into deer hunting and this year is going to be my first season. I'm hitting the stand this Thanksgiving through th

    So i just got into deer hunting and this year is going to be my first season. I'm hitting the stand this Thanksgiving through this Sunday almost all day everyday. I'm hunting in North Carolina on a field that clover used to be planted in. My question is what is the best approach to get big bucks in for a good shot? I was thinking about using doe urine and just blasting out periodic doe bleats to try to get a buck to still chase since we are right near the rut. Would this be a good idea? Any advise would be helpful.

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    Just wanted to touch base I know its now the 5th of December and I hope your hunting was successful, I took a dandy buck back on 11/16/13 in Kentucky using Code red doe estrus urine which I had from the previous year put it out about 15 yards from my stand I hit my grunt tube which is a Primos Power Buck & Doe call 2 times within 30 minutes that buck was plowing dirt to get a look see. Rule 1 of calling that I had to learn the hard way is don't over call you will want to call so bad it will hurt but trust me force yourself not to call if all possible maybe once every 15 to 30 minutes at most might I also suggest picking up a rattling bag or rattling antlers which might just be enough to perk a curious bucks interests. Happy Hunting and Best Wishes.

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