I couldn't get back to the spot until the end of last week. This time, I brought a climber and a subdominant buck decoy. I staked the latter, with just one antler, about 20 yards out in the field and used the former to set up right on the field edge (S2). The evening started slow, but again, about a half hour before the end of shooting light, I looked toward the south end of the field, and there he stood, feeding. I grunted. He looked up, saw my decoy, and came trotting in…until he reached about 40 yards away when I suddenly heard someone whistling clear as a bell what sounded like ["Oompa in the Park With Ned."](http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=nno7_Xepcqw) Seriously. The buck banked a hard right and scampered off into the woods.