I shot my 3A doe this morning in McKean County and the fiancé got one as well about 50 min later. Dragging one out from where we hunt is hard enough two was quite the project. Great morning in the woods none the less.
Ended up seeing a tail slipping into the afternoon stand. Saw two different red fox today. That's three fox in less than a week and thats more fox than deer deer that I have seen in the same time frame.
Decided to sleep in a bit and still hunt some gamelands in 5A. After driving through one and seeing 6 trucks, we moved to another one and decided to stalk our way through what seemed like the most hellish place that we knew of on this gameland. After a few hours of sneaking/crawling along trails and passing tons of rubs and scrapes, 3 does ran across in front of my dad and I kicked out a big deer. Couldn't tell if it was a buck or doe, but I'm leaning on it being a buck since the body was so big. So then we went in for lunch and headed back out around 3 at a farm we have permission to hunt on and hunt a woodlot with a thick creek bottom bordering a field. My dad set up on one end and I sat on the other. About 30 minutes before the end of legal shooting time, I decided to slowly make my way through the creek bottom hoping to either get a shot at something or push something out to my dad. But, that didn't work out and we left shortly thereafter. These deer are obviously very pressured and aren't going to be moving much during daylight. So, we'll be out again all of Friday and Saturday. Good luck to all and be safe.