For me there are three things that seem to be a rule that no one ever told me about when I started hunting.
1) If someone sets you up in a hunting spot then tells you deer never come from direction X the first and probably biggest deer you will see in that spot will come from direction X.
2) If you see a deer a fair distance off and figure you got time to get set up for a shot, there will be a second deer much closer and watching you.
3)At the end of a hunt you send or weapon down to the ground and carefully check the area to make sure no deer are comming. You let go of the line you used to lower your weapon and before that line hits the ground a deer in clearly visible and approaching your set up.
You would swear that the deer are out there watching you and know exactly when you wont be ready for them to come prancing by.
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