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Will a buck come back

Old 10-10-2018, 04:37 PM
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I was walking to my stand this evening. And as I was about 10 yards from my stand and at my plot there was two bucks their, I dropped to a knee they continued on doing their thing. And I stoop up slowly to get a look and one looked at me and stared at me for a second then trotted up didn’t blow or nothing they were young bucks. I was just wondering if they’ll come back or gone for good.
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Old 10-10-2018, 06:01 PM
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If there's food there, they'll be back.

Every interactipn you have with a deer is education for you, and education for them. They're learning, and changing their behavior based on that.... You have to learn and change as well.

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Old 10-11-2018, 06:31 AM
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yup if there is a reason for them to come back they will
I had a buddy hunting one of my places a few yrs back, for a week, and he shot at and missed and scared the heck out of one buck 3 different times a (2 days back to back and then a 2 day break between the last miss LOL)

I had prime food plots NO others for miles and I drew deer like moths to a light, was actually TOO good a set up, as WAY too many deer could never get in or out of stands without getting busted!

so yes if, if they have reason, be it food or DOES come the rut, they will come back,. they had NO real SCARE, deer get bumped by humans in MOST places pretty often!
IF one wanted MAYBE stay out of that area a few days to let any SCENT fade off and assure them your gone?

but I have hunted countless times same stand and bumped same deer only for them to come right back many times a few minutes later even!
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Old 10-11-2018, 08:58 AM
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Yes, until driven away by a mature buck and their own internal urge to find a new core area. Search for radio/gps collared deer studies. The results are very telling. QDMA and Penn State have a lot of data on deer movement.

Most whitetails interact with humans nearly daily.
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Old 10-14-2018, 12:09 PM
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It really depends, but if they are young and there is food, then they most likely be back.
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