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Old 06-07-2008, 08:26 AM
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well i finally saw a buck....thought i'd share....
I had to run in to town to get some blades for the batwing(broke one of them mowing), on my way back we decided to come in next to the beachline.....there he was standing there, then after about 6 minutes, he bolted right for the B-line, then he saw the cars and freaked, thought he was going to get hit, but he didn't, he got behind the truck and started feeding again, lol......
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Old 06-07-2008, 08:43 AM
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Is that a wart next to his left eye?....Should be a good buck come fall!
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Old 06-07-2008, 12:08 PM
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lol...you know, i looked at that and i have no clue what it is....
how old do y'all think he is ? His body looked pretty good, but his head and neck don't match, lol....i was thinking 2.5 by this fall.....I won't hunt him, but it's still nice to know.....
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My deer aging ability leaves a lot to be desired That's a great pic though! There sure is something there by that eye, but I couldn't make it out either.
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Its almost time to get the trail cams running!!
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I have had mine out and have got several buck photos. The past two weeks had a big limb fall and move camera, so I didn't get any photos. Oh well, next time I see them they will be even bigger. You can see mine and some others at my site.
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lol...you know, i looked at that and i have no clue what it is....
how old do y'all think he is ? His body looked pretty good, but his head and neck don't match, lol....i was thinking 2.5 by this fall.....I won't hunt him, but it's still nice to know.....
I know deer are a little smaller down there but I'd say around 1.5-2yo...he looks skinny and leggy.
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He looks like "Uncle Martin's" kin! You know, Uncle Martin from My Favorite Martian?
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I haven't seen many since early in the spring when they were running everywhere looking for forage. Now that all of the greenery is up they have been keeping more to the woods. I think that the herd took a big hit this year due to the hard winter. I hope the fawns survive.
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Old 06-11-2008, 04:34 AM
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i agree he's a youngin'.....I've seen a couple since this pic and the one was definately and 3 year old...guess it was the fact that i hadnt seen one in awhile, lol......i also got a pic of a pregnant doe, but it's fuzzy....
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