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Old November 24, 2006, 09:06 AM   #10
Troponin
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My buddy had been about a 300 yards to my left and said he too saw the buck. I think it was him that spooked the deer.

I will agree though, wild animals may normally do one thing, but there is always a chance they may act differently, especially when scared or nervous. Heck, it's like when a domesticated dog suddenly bites when he has no history of being aggressive.

I'll just be careful next time. I will be in a better spot for hunting during the season and have built up a deer blind with fallen trees on all four sides.
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