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    Two man Muley spot and stalk in Sandhills of Nebraska. Using a doe silhouette as cover.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rL5z8ztPlPE

    I like the idea of this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daubs View Post
    Two man Muley spot and stalk in Sandhills of Nebraska. Using a doe silhouette as cover.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rL5z8ztPlPE

    I like the idea of this!
    I've watched that video before. It looks to me like a second guy waving around a decoy on top of having to dial for yardage cost him a great buck.

    He was at 30 yards, had time to range it. As a new archery hunter my mindset is to make everything as simple as possible. The fewer pieces of the puzzle I have to deal with the better. The bow mounted ones look awesome, but a part of me is just not comfortable with dressing up as something people are trying to shoot.

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    OK. So first, I am a new elk hunter and bow hunter at that. I have hunted deer all my life and have taken a couple of cow elk with a rifle years ago. This fall I came up on two young bulls feeding in a large clear cut. I dropped my pack and started to stalk quickly as I only had maybe a half hour of shooting light left. I got to within about 75 yards when the closest one alerted and was staring right at me. I was behind a large dead tree trunk. I froze. There was no way I could move without being spotted. Then I remembered there were some range cattle behind me on the far side of the clear cut. I figured I had nothing to lose so I mooed like a cow. I did it twice and the bull relaxed and went back to feeding. I was then able to sneak up to a small bunch of trees within range for a shot. I'm not sure if it is a good tactic but it worked that time.

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