I often go up to Catt County, but this year I haven't made it and probably won't. I'm getting hard-up for some venison, so I'm hoping to get up to some state land in Chautauqua County where I have a doe tag and can shoot any buck. I'm expecting snow above my knees, but hoping that the deer have switched over from grass, which they were eating a couple of weeks ago, to browse. If they've been lying low during all this snowfall, they should be getting hungry late in the afternoon and start moving around.
It's pretty quiet in the woods, too, so moving slowly with the wind in your face might produce a good shot.
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