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7-21-2010 Frank Kovash, One on One, # 3
Frank Kovash says: 'I had Dave come over and school me another day in the woods about Big Bucks. This makes my third time out scouting with Dave. The most obvious thing I noticed this time out besides a whole plethora of new deer sign information was, Dave has me walking through the woods noticing, thinking, and feeling, almost everything like a big buck would. It was a transformation that naturally took place. I never walked through the woods processing information in that manner before. I always processed everything mostly with visual stimuli as a human. Yep, that is a rub. Yep, that is a scrape. Yep, that is a bed. Now, temperature changes, all the smells, wind changes, thermals, trees, plants, and vegetation, all catch my attention. They seem to affect my feel for an area like never before. It is becoming an instinct for me to know when and where I should find sign before I even walk upon it and see it.
Dave also has me conditioned to slow down where I should, places I use to whip through the same as every where else. The Dog Gone Guy has me trained to - Stop and Smell the Roses - so to speak. If you do not think this is an important quality for Big Buck Scouting, stand by for the following.
I wish I could say I found it which would make me the shining student, but Dave was the one whom found a single hoof print. This hoof print measured three inches by three inches with a one eighth inch gap and a one inch and deeper impression in solid hard clay. If those dimensions do not impress you or mean anything to you, allow me to qualify that print for you. The bigger bucks in my area and in most areas usually lay hoof prints down measuring two and a half inches by two and a half inches, if you can find any that big.
To give you an idea of how careful you have to be, that print was the only one we were able to find in this bucks entire area. He was a true ghost. He left no tracks as he crossed a fifteen yard wide bare dirt gas line. That said, if Dave had not found that single track, we would never have known this Monster existed. That is why you have to be thorough and that is how sharp you must learn to hone your senses and instinct. That is what will start to emerge in you if you spend enough time with Dave learning to scout for big bucks.
One more thing could happen to you when you are out learning to scout deer with Dave. You will have a good experience. Quite possibly a religious like experience when your true animal instincts begin to kick in, and most of all you will have fun.
Thanks again Dave,
Frank Kovash of Pa.
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