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jk6140 - What is your method for bait pile hunting. Day time? Tree stand?

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jk6140 - What is your method for bait pile hunting. Day time? Tree stand?
We hunt anytime at night. It fluctuatea but orur best times are around 2100-0200.
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..Called in 2 yesterday evening.

..they defied the wind theory by coming with the wind and over our right shoulder.

..when buddy said "on my right" he ACTUALLY meant 20' to his right...not 150 yards out in front and right...he saw it without the scan light.

..In a matter of 3 second they were bouncing to the call at 125 yards..

..when I squeaked and stopped them I said I'm on left one Are you on right...nothing...the right one started going away...I changed sound and shot... he never saw that there were 2.

.. the mate ran around out at 250 yards for about 5 minutes howling and barking and finally went into woods and continued howling for 15 minutes but never came close enough ...

This, yotes flying in from up-wind, was something that has happened to me at least a half dozen times. Enough to know better and be prepared LOL.. We had actually moved twice totaling about 200 yards closer to them when they were howling( we could barely hear them)..unless they were the other group we heard way across the road..
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