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Q:While bow hunting this morning, I had a shooter buck come by out of range, and while trying to cross a fence, he got caught in the wire. He was only stuck briefly, before getting free and leaving hastily. But it brought an interesting question to mind; would it be ethical to walk up to a deer caught in that manner and shoot it? What would you do in that hypothetical situation? Shoot it? Leave it to let things work themselves out however they may? Or try to free it? And would what kind of deer it was (buck or doe, big or small, etc.) matter? All thoughts are welcome.
Q:I never have had any luck using a buck grunt call during any rut season. I have had some luck using doe bleats and Tink's #69 lure. What is the difference between doe bleats, doe grunts, and fawn bleats (I saw a "deer can" call that), and when is it crucial to use each/all of these? Also, they say using deer bleats are for all rut seasons, how much do you find this to be true? Thanks
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Best Videos of 2011: Deer Runs Over Dog (00:32)
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Here's a bonus video as we kick off the countdown for the top five most watched videos on Outdoorlife.com.
The Rut is On—Now! Pt. II (00:10)
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The rut is at its peak and hunters are reporting from all over about the action in their woods. Check out this trail cam video of a buck tearing up a mock scrape.