November 06 2012
Lets get this country going FORWARD-er
Bucks don't disappear during the rut. They move several miles each day away from their home territory and return after the rut. While away from home they will breed as many does as they can find. It's nature's way of keeping the gene pool deep. If they stayed put during the rut the herd would become inbred (co-insanguinated is the fancy term).The bucks will seek out the does. You can either set your stand where the does are or on a trail that the buck has to follow to get to the does. Al_in_Ottawa
I've had to enable moderation because some bots just can't stop sh1tting where other people want to live......kind of like Liberals.It's either this or WV...