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A stalker can use those seconds to crawl a few feet closer before freezing. —Len McDougall, Tracking and Reading Sign: A Guide to Mastering the Original Forensic Science, 2010 118. Age Buck Tracks by Comparing Them to Your Own An easy way to estimate the age of a track is to make a fresh mark alongside it. Use your boot heel, fingers, or even a carry-along deer hoof. Press down hard and compare the marks. The closer they match in texture, sheen, and definition, the fresher the original track. —Deer Hunter’s Almanac: A Complete Guide to Finding, Taking, and Preparing America’s Premier Game Animal, copyright © 1996 by the Hearst Corporation 119.
Deer are likely bedded in the cover you used to hide your approach in the morning, waiting for the sun to go down before moving out to feed. You should approach your stand through the field at this time of the day. 13. The Last Thing to Do before Giving Up on a Wounded Deer There are too many stories about wounded big game animals returning to where they were first hit to ignore it as an occasional occurrence. Perhaps because deer and elk are herd animals and feel safe in numbers, the wounded animal often comes back to the location where it was first shot to find its companions.
You’re a card-carrying dreamer out to beat the odds, your heart set on a rack for the wall and a freezer where packets of venison take up most of the room. You‘re not discouraged by the possibility that this may not be your year to bag a buck, for the pull of the deer woods and deer camp are strong. You’ve just got to be out there, watching the weather, checking for sign, enjoying the company of good buddies. —requires skills is obvious to the brethren of Hunter Orange. While they are animals of fairly rigid habit, whitetail deer are interesting and complex creatures prone to a witch’s brew—for hunters anyway—of contradictory behavioral patterns that are sometimes hard to understand and impossible to predict.