What Would You Do?
What Would You Do?
It's a crisp, cool, but most of all, calm fall morning. These are the types of mornings bowhunters dream of. The sun slowly rises over the horizon and the woods seem to come alive.
You are in the perfect pinch point, a natural funnel where a creek and and a fence come together. You have already had several deer come by before daylight.
Now you just need a mature buck to follow the same trail and you should be in business. You grab your bow off the hanger, you can hear the distinct sound of another deer walking through the leaves. As the footsteps get closer, you realize the deer is coming straight to your location, only problem is, this one is approaching from across the fence. You now catch the unmistakable flash of a rack. At about 60 yards you now can see this is no doubt a buck you would be willing to shoot.
The buck is walking perfect and if he continues on the trail he will end up fifteen yards from you broadside, the only dilemma is he is on the neighbors property, across the fence.
In previous years you have always talked with the neighbor before the season, and in return he has always graciously thanked you by allowing you to continue hunting his property. This year you have been unseasonably busy, and you are just now realizing, you have not talked with the landowner this year. The buck is quickly making his way to you, following the direction of the earlier deer, even though they passed by plenty close enough for a shot and on your side of the fence, the buck seems content to walk the fence line on the opposite side. It's decision time, the buck is now at 15 yards walking behind a group of trees, perfect time to draw, but he is on the neighbors property for sure.
WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
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