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i had a doe and her yearling in front of my stand yesterday evening/i need to i let them leave

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  • steve182
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    Could be if you're doe hunting. Momma does have a good memory. If they didn't wind you, you might be fine.

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  • Milldawg
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    You’ll be fine.

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  • i had a doe and her yearling in front of my stand yesterday evening/i need to i let them leave

    when i got to the bottom i looked over my right shoulder an there they were both looking at me then ran off . Is this going to be a problem or should they return

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