CO BUCK ATTACK PT. 2

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  1. I just wanted to say thanks for Huntervids.com for their excitement towards my story and towards hunting all together. Also to those who want to comment on my nerveous banter during the fight, I was in shock and not thinking all that clearly. Also, I know you don’t add up all the points for mule deer and I know shooting in the air is not safe, but again i was a bit flustered and Brent did shoot into a pine tree. Anyway, God bless and enjoy.

    Credit for the song COLORADO goes to my good friend Wesley English of the former Flying W Wranglers and now with the “English Brothers” down in Texas !!

    Matt Cockroft, 1 year ago Reply

  2. Nice followup to your earlier video of this same adventure. We hunted Colorado for many years until the advent of the points system made our chances of holding our party together just too difficult to deal with.

    Les Hutton, 1 year ago Reply

  3. Great hunt guys! I also have hunted for 45 years, and none of this is real surprising, except that you were able to get it on film. that’s great! the behavior of the deer is not surprising and any seasoned hunter will tell you that from personal experience. I understand how some people are quick to be cynical with all the photoshop that goes on, but your explanation is reasonable—I’ve done the same thing myself. I applaud you for being carfefull as I have had bucks come after me. they are not the same animal they usually are when they are not in the rut. for all you tree hugging non hunters that eat hamburgers on the grill, and rib-eyes at the restaurants, you should shut your pie-holes. you have no clue of what you are saying. I might respect you if you were a vegetarian? well, maybe not. anyway, great job!

    J. Waite Michigan hunter

    John Waite, 2 days ago

    John Waite, 1 year ago Reply

  4. I know this type thing happens as I have seen it a couple time in my 50 years of deer hunting. This past season I shot a doe and she went down. Before I could get to her another doe came in and starting butting her and striking her with her hooves and pushing her carcass around until I walked up within 20 feet of her before she backed off. Even then I had to keep an eye on her when I started gutting as she hung around for another 5 minutes..

    Grady, 1 year ago Reply


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