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Discussion in 'Bucks and Does' started by fatkid, Oct 12, 2008.
well my man is back this year and it looks like he was not happy with that sapling
WOW, now thats what I call a shooter buck.
good luck gettin that one.
Cool pic...thanks for sharing.
well thanks guys this boy ran around our place alot last year but just vanished and we thought someone got him or he got hit by a car . Well that was not the case the funny thing is that he looks a little smaller this year last year he had split g2s on both sides
That is a nice looking buck. I am just curious though as to why you think it is the same buck since the features are missing? It could just be another mature buck that is taking his place.
I have to agree. If the split G2s are missing, the probability of this being the same buck are very slim. If they look very similar, then this buck is probably the son of the buck from last year or possibly a brother. Usaully the same features will stay with the deer.
well guys you may be right but do think that this is the same deer
If I got the chance to see that deer in the woods my heart would be pounding so hard I would not be able to take a good shot.I am fairly new to deer hunting I have killed a few does and had to calm my self down before I took the shot on each of them. I hope you get a chance to get him in your sights.
I like the chocolate colored rack.
I would say different deer. Could be out of a similar gene pool. Either way I probably wouldn't be too picky. Good luck!
hopefully it is a nother deer and they both are still there i will be putting the camera back up there next weak
I would only have one thing to say: BAAAAMM!
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