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Question by Jnchls26. Uploaded on October 02, 2009
I am hunting Nebraska, even now I use a doe blee once in a great while, no response as of yet. I would try light calling and see how it plays. Some years it seems to work early and other years later in the season. One thing is certain not calling is quiet and if you feel the walk in was undetected might not hurt to leave it that way. Good luck!
I agree with nebfrost... pretty soon a doe bleat (like from the Primos can call) might get their attention. I don't think it hurts to try a doe bleat if you see a buck that is not likely to come in any other way. Just don't call too much or they will bust you. There is nothing wrong with keeping quiet if you are on a good trail. I suggest using a little scent as well because sometimes they are just curious and will check it out.
I will agree with dakotaman on the primos can call. I have used this for a few years and has worked well for me. I have tried grunt calls in early season with few hits. I have also seen a invention of a steel arm on which the can call is mounted,that pivots on a stake , pull of a string allows call to work and not bring attention to ur location. I have no idea if this works or not.
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