At 4:15, with 15 minutes of shooting light left, I rattled
one last time.
3 : to speak or say quickly or without stopping <He rattled
off the answers.
Mark Taylor, founder of Rattled
by the Rush, says: "It promises to be a party to remember.
DURING PHASE 2, RESEARCHERS rattled
to bedded bucks wearing activity collars.
If you extrapolate those results, it suggests there's a better than 50-percent chance that you've successfully rattled
in a buck, but never knew it.
Most of the bucks I've rattled
have come in hard and fast, but some have sneaked in as quietly as a heavily hunted gobbler.
In the early 1960s a story appeared about a Texas biologist named Bob Ramsey who rattled
in 26 bucks in a single day.
And everything I've written here might seem like baloney, because last year you might have rattled
in a 190-class buck on October 1 in the rain with wind gusts up to 50 mph--and he came in at 1 p.
The ultimate example of this time of golden opportunity was thrust upon me a few years ago when I rattled
in--and cleanly killed--three different 160-class bucks, in two different states, in a two-week period
Since that initial attempt with Mike, I've rattled
in lots of deer, and, above all, I've found calling to be a lot of fun.
He's had to pitch out of a lot of jams, something that rattled
him at times last year, when he won 10 games.
once and could hear immediate movement coming toward my stand.
One year in Montana I rattled
in over two-dozen whitetails during the pre-rut.
TWENTYNINE PALMS - A small quake rattled
the Mojave Desert on Friday morning, marking the latest aftershock to a large earthquake that hit the area in 1999.
From that point on, Scott began visualizing bucks sparring and fighting as he rattled