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    Great idea on the bib, I'll add that to my back pack!

    We have a lot of does and not many bucks so that is likely what we'll shoot most. Too bad I can't get out for about 10 days. Saw a boat load a tracks at the place where the UFO pic was taken. Not much action on the other side where the buck pic was taken.
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    Yeah we have see nothing but does. And we haven't gotten out but once. I was hoping for this weekend but that isn't happening. Going to look at a replacement vehicle. Whooopeeee!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch~n~Son Archery View Post
    Yeah we have see nothing but does. And we haven't gotten out but once. I was hoping for this weekend but that isn't happening. Going to look at a replacement vehicle. Whooopeeee!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MLN1963 View Post
    I'm really thinking it is a bat...........
    I was going with that thought as well, especially after seeing the last UFO pic
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    If you do a search for "rods" or "skyfish" not only will you find items to go fishing with, but also the phenomenon of unidentified flying objects.
    I believe its a result of ccd sensor in digital image capture during the time the shutter is open and just its an insect in flight.
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    MLN, one thing to remember is, the bucks and does usually use seperate trails, so not seeing as many tracks on one side is usually a good sign that it's a buck trail. Does will make an easily noticeable trail, while the buck trails are usually a few yards away, and far less obvious.
    As far as the UFO, I saw this on a show once, and it was shown to be bugs flying. If it flew close enough to the doe to buzz in her ear, she probably would have spooked as well. It's all about the wing speed versus the shutter speed that makes the bugs look like they do on a camera.
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    True EHunter. I don't think we'll see or take any bucks until we get out of the blinds but that is okay with me. I figure we can take a couple does for the freezer in the early season. Maybe a lovesick and horny buck will wander our way later on during the rut.
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    Nice buck, I think its a bat
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