Braved the rain this morning and glad I did. Amids the sounds of rain drops pelting the forest floor, it was fairly calm so I decided to rattle a bit just after first light. Within 5 minutes of the sequence, I saw the outline of 2 deer coming across the set aside field in my direction, both at a mild jog. Too foggy to make out exactly their size, I readied my bow just in case. As it turns out, one was a spike and the other was a 4 point. They both got behind a walnet tree so I hit the grunt tube to pull them in a little closer. The 4 point came in on a string. Unable to find what was making the noise, both deer calmly hopped the fence to the south and into the hardwoods. About 30 minutes later I did another sequence....again same result. Within minutes of finishing I saw a deer "running" through the field toward me. This was a young 6ptr. He too worked behind the walnut tree and stepped out into my shooting lane. All of a sudden he flips his head around and is locked onto to something I can't quiet see, but I'm assuming it's another deer. Finally I can see another deers body, but can't make out if there's head gear. All of a sudden, I heard something I had seen on shows, but never personally in the wild.... the SNORT/WHEEZE. This deer coming after the little 6 pt was not happy. Finally got to where I could identify him. He was a big bodied 8 pointer....not real wide, but very massive and tall tined. His ears were pinned and the hair on his back was straight up. I tried hitting the grunt tube/ and the can call to pull him in, but he was content running the 6ptr off and into the woods! I hit the can call a few more times hoping he may circle back around to check out the noise...but no such luck. I'm tickeled as this is the first "legitimate" shooter in my book I have seen this year, either live or on my trail camera. But I am 100% confident these deer all came in to the crashing antlers this morning! Man this is fun!