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Thread: Charging buck. (saps rising?)

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    Did you call that buck in John?
    He fairly came steaming through that gate.

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    This was a buck which I shot recently. . I had seen him a few times chasing a youngster about but he never presented a shot. . Incidentally I managed to shoot the youngster one day and this older boy a couple of days later. He was so engrossed in fraying the living daylights out of a wee willow tree I think I could have walked up to him and threw a lasso around his neck.

    Your right though saps rising.

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    Imagine when the ruts in full swing, he would have charged like a rhino!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cadex View Post
    Did you call that buck in John?
    He fairly came steaming through that gate.
    No he just sensed movement from behind the fenceline which was hiding me.
    Sid whos pictured above called his buck in and 3 does 2 nights ago!
    I never even carry the caller till about the 10th july.

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    Fantastic - that was an exciting, close-range encounter. Bold buck wasn't he!
    Thanks,
    Hayden

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    Quote Originally Posted by www.yorkshireroestalking. View Post
    Nice buck .Atb

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