The next few sunsets after Thanksgiving were phenomenal. My hands were full of fishing gear, but I did bring my phone. I shot a quick video clip of each sunset and made gif files out of them, so they’ll repeat.
Mid November and the herd is doing very well. The eight deer captured in one clip show a healthy group of doe and young deer. The bucks are roaming the area but rarely seem to pass in front of the camera.
There’s one clip, where it looks like a young deer is chasing a rabbit away, but I later realized that both were spooked and actually running from a potential threat. The older deer faces the unknown and does a foot stomp to see if anything presents any noise again.
They are all looking great and so far it’s been a mild winter but very little rain. There’s still a lot of greenery for the deer to munch on and the ground is already holding acorns. The game camera is nearly always up and I’ll update every couple weeks.
A few weeks ago I was catching Kentucky bass, now it looks like white bass are in the area. I’m not sure if they are moving around or if I’m just now hooking them. But schools are thrashing the water and right now they seem to be in control of the area. I landed one that was a little bit over 16 inches. A nice hefty fish that made me utter “steaks” while I was cleaning it, rather than “fillets”. I wish I could have landed that second one. I learned that I should have cast again immediately into that school, rather than waste time putting the first on the stringer.