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Bill hunts the Skinny Plot in the morning of November 8. This plot is right on the west edge of the “Lone Oak Buck’s” range. Frosty, cold conditions have Bill optimistic that he will lay eyes on him as he checks the nearby doe bedding areas.
Bill’s plans change soon after daylight when the wind is not what it was forecast to be for the “Skinny Plot”. He decides to move to a stand that he thinks is right in the middle of the “Lone Oak Buck’s” home range. The action picks up shortly after he heads to the new location!
Bill heads to the same ridge where he encountered the “Lone Oak Buck” the previous morning. Action is slow there without any hot does in the area. However, it picks up in the afternoon over a tiny, secluded Big N Beasty plot. Toward last light, a nice buck comes in that is all tore up from fighting.
Right in the core area of the “Lone Oak Buck,” Bill is setup along the top of a doe bedding ridge. Sitting near doe bedding areas during the mornings can be the ticket to seeing bucks this time of the year!