S1.E5. During the early season, the Sea Bucks crew strikes when they feel that odds are highest. Unfortunately, weather conditions foster few of these opportunities. Oftentimes, the deer movement is slow. While the New Hampshire crew is forced to spend time scouting, the Coastal Maine hunters catch a break in the warm weather and spend a couple days hunting over a clover plot.
1:33 It's September 28, and it's hot. Instead of going hunting, the New Hampshire Sea Bucks crew has a fun outing with the family.
2:42 The next day, Joy and Roberge head afield to check some cameras. They also scout a mountain, locate a great hunting spot, and put out a cell camera.
4:10 On October 5, 180 miles to the northeast, the Coastal Maine crew lays the groundwork for Main's mainland archery opener. Josh Leach is up to bat. He heads to a food plot where he tagged his first deer in 2005.
9:00 As sunlight fades, deer pile into the clover. Bucks and does of all sizes enter the open to feed on the lush, green growth. A couple young bucks even spar in the food plot.
11:50 The next day, Leach hangs a treestand on the edge of that same clover field. It's a great spot.
13:32 On October 7, a weather front moves through, and the rain event gets deer up on their feet. Leach sits the treestand they hung the previous afternoon. Deer pile into the open once again. Another great sit.
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