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Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by Monster01, Oct 18, 2018.
Not to mention the gut piles!
I never have had whistles but my granddad was a believer in them. He never hit a deer.
Big old buck dead on 41.between Crofton and hoptown.I drug him out of the road and picked up What was left if his rack.old old buck.they moving boys.
Can’t hurt,I had em on that old Chevy when I owned it,never hit one before.I don’t have it on my Tacoma.Son in law use to start blowing his horn ,on his truck ,when he would come up on a curve.
Saw some between Owensboro and Hartford on natcher this AM. Look like they got hit last night.
Leitchfield to Caneyville on WK, didn't see a single dead one.
Ain’t no deer around here
Your grandpa just lucky they are worthless.. The University of GA did a very indepth study of deer whistles and found them to be largely ineffective, they do get a deers attention but to nothing to keep them out of your path..
So just cause GA did a study it means it’s worthless. Ok. Cool. GA deer is not like KY deer. Lol
Several dead ones between mason and columbus ohio yesterday. A few with their head cut off.
4 dead on 75 North between Williamstown and Florence. One confirmed small buck and the rest hard to tell in traffic. Think one may have had it's head sawn off.
One thing I learned a long time ago, don't blow your horn at a deer they go crazy!
Two of the best whitetail biologist in country were employed at UGA at the time of the study so I will have to believe their results... They still sell them stick a pair of those ugly SOBs on your truck if it make you feel better.
As far as road kill reports I have yet to see any this fall on 52 from Irvine to Richmond. Did see a big blood splatter on 52 near the estill Madison line coulda been a deer or something else.
Whistles make sense to me. When I whistle at them in the woods, they usually run off.