Monday, November 6, 2017

Today was a really slow day. I sat in a barway between two CRP fields. I thought it was going to be awesome until I saw a guy walking through the bedding ground with a flashlight at first light. He set up about 60 yards from me, which cut me off. Then, I had a guy in a truck drive through the private field on the other side of me and park his truck right next to the boundary. I’m not sure what he was doing, but all of the commotion dind’t lead to anything good. I saw two does right before daylight and that was it for the day.

Brian and Shawn, who is here trying to get a cover photo for my new book, saw one spikehorn today, and Jeff sat in the stand I set last night. He saw 13 deer, and a handful of them were bucks. Tonight, nobody saw anything. Hopefully, things pick up tomorrow. We met a game warden last night, and he gave me a pretty good tip. We might try the place tomorrow. It’s cold out. It’s hanging in the 20s at night and 30s during the day. It’s awesome hunting weather.

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