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I'm out here again this is my fourth

like sheets afternoon right now there's

the third day in a row the last three

days I've missed three different bucks

with my crossbow I started taking my

crossbow because it wasn't happy with my

shooting form once I started putting the

warmer winter clothing on you know I

would tend to practice a lot in the

summer and the early fall with my

traditional equipment but I'm not

wearing that much clothing so once it

gets cold and I bulk up in them

traveling around instead of sitting in a

stand or in a blind find to have too

much clothes on to shoot properly unless

I've really been practicing like a have

other years with that clothing on but

this year I'm not I just didn't have

time no I've seen with several dogs but

I haven't had any chance at any of them

had a chance as any of them but I've had

a chance at four bucks over the last

week week and a half put in a three of

the last three days so I'm setting up on

the trail that the two bucks yesterday's

in today's we're using there were some

dos with the second buck the one

yesterday so hoping something comes by

I've got a trail at 24 yards another one

at about 230 yards from me southwest

wind today so the winds in my face I'm

looking at it was hardwood bush and

another hour daylight left so they

should start moving anytime now we'll

see anyway that's why I haven't been

posting any other videos lately I've

been focused on this I need to get some

meat in the freezer it's the least

amount they've had of game meat on hand

and I'd like to preserve this one

smoking can it make jerky saw

I really like to get one next week

before the season ends

so stay tuned let's see three days left

in the season see at 20

what is the 29th - just today 30th and

31st and the season's over and I still

haven't shot my dear it's for the most

frustrating year ever first time I don't

get one be the first time in 19 years I

didn't shoot a deer but that's part of

the problem with the discovering

exploring a new area aterna figure out

the game patterns a couple things I'm

doing this morning I'll have already

spooked two deer unfortunately they saw

me before I saw them and that's the

greatest challenge was still hunting and

the reason I'm not stand hunting is

because they don't know the area well

enough to be confident to set up a stand

or a blind ground blind and sit in that

thing and wait patiently when I don't

know the patterns I don't have time to

put trail cameras out so it's a bit of a

challenge this year a couple things I'm

doing though a couple things I always do

story form up staring at the camera

there's quite a few deer in here right

now so I'm keeping my eye out so one

thing I do is I well two things first of

all it's windy today and it's cold but

minus 18 Celsius with the windchill

now the wind's coming from the northwest

which is good because then I know that

anything basically downwind this weighs

going to sent me before I get a chance

to put a stalk on it on a deer so I'm

working my way into the wind now I keep

checking the wind direction with this

little you know squeeze bottle I've had

forever I don't know what was in it

originally but I've got corn starch corn

powder corn starch in this because it's

light it's basically what talcum powder

or baby powder is made of so it's

extremely light and pliant

so you can see every time I do that the

wind takes it away it's even more

important when the wind is swirling or

if it's a subtle and a light wind

because it's not always obvious which

way the winds blowing so if there's if

any deer bear moose any big game sense

you or our predators they get your scent

then they're gone you have no chance

early at them but if they hear you only

and can't get can't smell you and

typically they try to figure out what

you are that's why I've been successful

at doing this type of hunt it's very

challenging hunts probably the most

difficult way to hunt deer with a bow in

winter conditions where the grounds

crunchy and moving still hunting through

the woods I have to get within 20 yards

of deer not sure if I kept in the clip

that I filmed earlier talking about

frustration on the three deer that I

actually missed and foolish mistakes but

three different bucks I called in to

within 20 yards and missed them for a

variety of reasons so it's the way the

hunting goes but like I said it's gonna

be the most frustrating season the most

unsuccessful season I've ever had at

hunting at least since I was very young

the other thing I do is carry these

binoculars these are just a cheap pair

of whatever I'm not sure even kind

they're tasko probably yeah at Tesco now

ten by twenty five and what I do is set

that it would set the focus basically on

the maximum

so listen I set that up the maximum

focus because especially with all these

saplings and stuffing here dear if

they're not moving they blend in so over

the forest you can't see them big you'll

be sitting there watching me and with my

naked eye I just can't see that but with

these binoculars set at maximum distance

I can scan the forest as far basically

as they can see as long as I'm still

they can't tell what I am and if I can

see them I typically you can call them

in to me it's that's how I shoot 75% of

my dear I call in with my mouth that's

why I call moose and I can call bear

that way as well so typically what

happens is when they hear me crunching

and the leaves and the snow they're

curious because there's other animals in

here and other deer and by giving that

call does two things that reassures them

that I'm just another deer convinces I'm

just another deer or if it's and if the

Bucks are still looking for receptive

dough's dozing heat then what they'll do

is come to me and that's what I did with

those three actually four bucks I called

in three I got shot at the fourth one I

was calling in and pack of coyotes

started howling all around me three

different coyotes and one quite close to

the deer so it was coming right towards

me had three dos behind him and I pulled

the buck retreat for the boy from the

dose and the Coyotes how old and then

health and all of them took off in the

opposite direction so we'll see two more

days I said let's see what can fine I'll

get out this afternoon again probably

sit I do have one spot that I did have a

chance at a couple of doze and I made a

little kind of ground blind I'll go

check that trail before I leave this

morning and if we're still using that

trail then I'll hunt

tonight and I'll just sit and wait

patiently hurry up until dark super you

find something










so as you can see I finally got my dear

even though it took the entire season

right up to day with the third last day

of the season and it ended up taking a

doe display having those chances that

had four different bucks actually five

bucks if you include the one that I

chased around here with during rifle

season so that's the way hunting goes I

knew this year was going to be

challenging because of the first of all

I'm new to this area its vast forest

here and just not first of all the very

low density population density compared

to say agricultural regions south of

here but but also not knowing a land and

that they have so much land to travel

through I don't even know where the

feeding areas or the bedding areas are

really I'm getting a little better

handle on it but by the time I really

pattern the deer here this season had

ended so December 15th being the last

day of the bow season I'm sold

next year I'll be a lot further ahead

and I'll start actually hunting them

probably at the beginning of the bow

season at the beginning of October and

part of the reason I didn't want to

harvest a deer earlier this year is

because they didn't have my storage or

preservation system set up by this fall

I will I'll have a cellar smokehouse

what else

butter canning set up so that I can

preserve the meat all of the mate and

and tan the hide so all of those things

they'll be like I said better position

to do next year

so I'll start hunting earlier and

hopefully get a bigger buck so they got

more meat and I had to travel south I

was traveling south anyway to spend

Christmas with the rest of the family

and the extended family and while I was

down there I went and hunted my old

hunting grounds and that's I knew them

better although I hadn't hunted that

this particular spot and quite some time

I was able to get onto the deer have

those opportunities and then finally

harvest a doe at the end of the season

this crossbow

I switched to because like I mentioned

when I was out there the amount of gear

the amount of clothing I was wearing

because it was late season was impeding

my ability to shoot well with that that

longbow and I wasn't confident that I

could pull off a clean kill so what I

ended up doing is switching over to the


now the crossbow I showed you three

different times that I missed bucks

because of things went that went wrong a

string broke on one buck sights were off

on another and this is the problem that

I was talking about that I'm rectifying

now we know when you don't use your gear

all of the time and practice all of the

time there's things that you overlook

things that go wrong and this was know

this is a prime example of that the

scope what I didn't realize is that even

though I've practiced each time before I

go out and I Sutton to make sure this

the sights are still on I didn't realize

there was one set of bolts on that that

sculpt that were loose so what was

happening is I cited in the the crossbow

and I would go out into the field and it

would be shooting perfectly I can split

arrows basically at 20 yards I'm quoting

to the field well stick it in my case go

out into the field hike through thick

bush still hunting and what was

happening is I didn't realize that scope

was getting pushed back towards the

stalk and put the button to the stalk

and as that would happen it would throw

off this the line of sight so my arrows

were hitting really low each time I shot

that thought I shot over the buck that

went down into the creek I went back to

that spot robbed just after I actually

finished the season and I've found the

arrow and it was actually underneath the

where the buck would have been standing

so the same thing happened again I

decided to vote in each time before I

went back out to those to the same spot

and I thought it was on deadly accurate

didn't realize that as I was putting it

in the case and then taking out again

that was getting adjusted and it was

throwing it off again mistake those

mistakes can happen but molar often they

happen we

because of not being prepared and that's

really what it was this time I just

wasn't shooting everyday

I wasn't it's not a weapon I used very

often or very rarely use a crossbow

I've had that for a number of years and

it's more for this type of situation

where I'm not practicing enough with my

long board or the situations like

extreme cold that change my my setup so

then my comfortable shooting don't feel

like an accurate enough full switch to

that crossbow and because I don't shoot

it every day it's not something I

noticed didn't realize that that scope

could move like that and it cost me cost

me a lot of meat in the freezer this

year oh so I ended up with a dole I'll

end up with probably 65 pounds of lean

meat off of it plus the organs and stuff

and some of the bucks around here I've

shot in the past I get a one figgus

bucket shot trust out about 220 pounds

so that's a big difference in the

quantity of meat and that's the price

I'm paying this year for not being

better prepared and better practiced so

that's it for this season you'll take

care of this deer will process it and

and share some of the meals I'm going to

make out of it and like I said next year

learn my lesson this year I'll be

practicing every day here got my target

range that I'll be setting up shortly

and practice literally every day I'll be

shooting the bull and there's so many

good spots just to go roving with my

bollock wandering through the woods

shooting at two random stumps and stuff

and there's small game season hopefully

I'll take some rabbits later this this

winter other than that again practice

practice practice snook

I'll do that year-round starting

starting now so that's it for for this

video and that's it for this deer season

look forward to seeing you in 2019 and I

hope you join me up at the cabin to see

what I'm up to you next take care of

great week



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