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Jun 10, 2017

Kalobe Miller is an accomplished deer hunter out of Pennsylvania, and without a hunting mentor to turn to, he learned to deer hunt through trial and error.  One such lesson:   Kalobe says that that the hunting pressure in his area is so high that learning to pattern the hunter is just as important as learning the pattern the deer. His goal is to shoot and kill one good mature buck each season. And to do this, Kalobe likes a good clean hunt. A clean hunt to Kalobe is when everything is in sync- the wind, the timing, the gear placement, your walk to the stand, right down to the noises you made getting in and out.  Using game cameras, he starts his observations in May and as he says, he likes to stick with 'em. What this means is that Kalobe likes to find out how they go from food source to food source, sometimes up to 8 miles of observation.  Kalobe says the answers are there if you do your homework and he prefers a healthy dose of black face paint.

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  • Facepaint - Can or Can't You're Right
  • Titusville Pennsylvania and Big Woods
  • Learn the Terrain, No Mentor, Just Deer Camp
  • Deer Hunting Isn't 5 Days a Year
  • A .22 Long Rifle, Old Timer Deer Stories
  • Trial and Error, Early Mistakes
  • Jumping Out of a Tree Stand
  • Fumbling Around with the Little Things - Getting in Sync
  • Philosophy of Hunting, Shoot a Mature Buck
  • What's A Mature Buck? What's the Pressure?
  • Plans to Hunt Around Pressure
  • Figuring Out People, and Deer Bedding
  • On Their Feet, During the Day
  • Putting Your Time In, Effort Matters
  • Hunting is About Fun, The Next Move
  • Proving Your Suspicion Trail Cam Usage
  • Start Observing in May, Stay with 'Em
  • They Follow Their Stomachs
  • 7-8 Miles, You Gotta Do Your Homework
  • When Velvet is Off, More Than Casual Observation
  • Your Answers are There
  • I Don't Like Cover Scents
  • A Complete Set Up, You Can Walk Right By
  • Constant Evaluation, Clean, Quick, Better
  • I Have to Do X, Y, Z, and Recent Info for Game On
  • Mistake Free Hunting, Wait for Their Mistake
  • Don't Care Them with a Snow Shovel
  • I Don't Sit in the Stand, Looking for the Right Tree
  • The Cut Buck, Memorable Deer Story, 10 Rapid Fire Questions

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