4khorn wrote:A travel corridor sounds like a good place to be this time of year. I bet that big buck got your heart a pumping. Keep at em'
Oh yeah, the big buck just got my heart beating a little faster I just don't want to be flinging arrows at 40 yards or more just to try to fill a tag. As Clint would say " a man has got to know his limitations".
I will admit I was really hoping to connect with the spike for the freezer. Once that happens I can be more selective. Sort of takes the pressure off. I got my first archery kill in 2008 so I have had a 2 year drought. Boy have I learned a lot since then.
Today I have to catch up in the office but while the wife & I were having coffee, we saw a doe 60 yards from the house following the creek heading downwind. She seemed skittish and looked back a few times. I mentioned there may be a buck following but never did see one. This was around 0630.
I am going to try to get out Monday AM for a few hours. Good luck to everyone!