S1.E10. Several Sea Bucks team members head afield for early November rut hunts. They enjoy several great encounters with big New Hampshire whitetails.
0:40 November is here, and the rut is ready to kickoff. It's a frosty morning, and part of the crew prepares for a solid outing.
2:00 Ross Roberge hopes to tag one of his two bigger target bucks. He lays out a game plan.
3:15 Roberge looks over some trail camera photos and hopes one of the big deer will walk through the clearing they are set up in.
5:00 At midday, Joy and Roberge set up deer camp in a remote location. It's home for the next few days.
6:00 In Massachusetts, another team member hopes to connect on a deer. A good buck walks through, but he doesn't get a shot opportunity.
7:00 He tries calling, grunting, snort wheezing and rattling. Will it work? The buck comes back, and immediately approaches their stand location. But the buck smells something and slowly exits stage left.
9:00 Despite his attempts to call the deer back, it doesn't work. A younger deer walks into bow range, though.
11:00 The morning sun burns on, and the deer activity slows down. Then, another opportunity? A good buck chases a doe out into the clearing.
13:00 While the hunter and cameraman are talking, another doe and fawn slip into range, and the doe sees something it doesn't like. All the while, the big deer comes back for a third time.
14:00 In New Hampshire, Roberge and Joy is back at it. It's 15 degrees, and the conditions are prime for a fun hunt.
16:30 They climb into the tree and get ready for the morning hunt. Roberge hits the rattling antlers together, and a good buck steps into the clearing.
22:00 Several team members finish out their hunts, but no one fills a tag. They do enjoy creating a bunch of memories, though. And that's what it's all about.
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