A deer grunting, blowing and stomping at you does not automatically mean you hunt is over, it just means its about over. Deer generally blow, grunt and stomp when they suspect that something is wrong in their part of the woods, but are unsure of what it is. They may very well see you, possibly not you as a person, but they know that that bush was not there yesterday, but they are not yet so alarmed as to flee.
The vocalizations and foot stomping serve two purposes, first they are a warning to any deer nearby that something is wrong and to be on the lookout and ready to flee at a moments notice. The second is the deer is trying to elicit a response from you, it is trying to call you out in effect.
So what do you do if you donít want every deer in the county to high tail it out of your area and ruin your chances for the day? Nothing! Thatís right, do nothing, donít move, donít make eye contact, donít blink, if you can help it donít breath. Any movement or any sound and the deer are gone along with your hunt.
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