Thanks to a better slug gun set up this year, I will be able to let doe move on a bit further before I have to make the decision as to whether or not to shoot or let them walk in hopes that a buck is trailing. I have heard that tail flagging and/or looking back every so often is a sign that they have a buck in trail. Any thruth to this? Any other clues? If they are milling around, I'll keep a bead on them all day, waiting. If they look as though they are going to wander off, I would like to at least have some kind of idea what, if anything might be following.
I would say that if the doe is by herself, acting nervous, with her tail sticking straight out - theres a good chance that she is in heat.
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