second coming of drop tine

Discussion in 'Bucks and Does' started by esoxhunter, Dec 8, 2007.

  1. esoxhunter

    esoxhunter Livin' the moontime

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  2. Thats sweet.You need to build one of those antler catchers and maybe when he feeds on the corn in late january you might get lucky.
     

  3. crittergitter

    crittergitter Multi Species Angler

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    Sweet video! That is an awesome buck. I wish he lived in my back yard!

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  4. That is a great buck. It must be nice to be able to watch that right in your back yard. What metro park are you referring too?...Blacklick? I used to run through there during college and used to see a bunch of big bucks.
     
  5. Nice video. That sucks so bad though. Try putting a trail of corn from your house to the nearest place you can hunt.
     
  6. fisharder

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    That was to cool does he come by often? Looks like he was real fond of that corn. Hopes he makes it thru to next season so we can see part three...
     
  7. I like the sound of part 3. The only thing I can film in my backyard is the neighborhood squirrel who I like to call "Nuts."
     
  8. Mushijobah

    Mushijobah Urban Angler

    How close is that guy to your property line? Depending on the municipality....you could be good to go.
     
  9. It's funny some people have hunted all their lives and have never seen a buck with a drop tine, and you have one in your back yard! Thats cool!
     
  10. I have shot one with a small drop tine but a few years ago I had a beauty on my place that survived the one season when I was chasing him. I had spotted him a couple of times throughout the early summer and had hopes of meeting up with him that fall. I was really bummed to come home in July one day to find him dead in the ditch right in front of my house.:( Hopefully this one does not meet that fate. He would make a great trophy for someone.
     
  11. esoxhunter

    esoxhunter Livin' the moontime

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    I have never looked into the legality of shooting a deer on my property here in Reynoldsburg, but with all I know about this town's other ordinances, I'm probably not even allowed to OWN a bow here. :rolleyes:
    Most of my neighbors take precautions to keep deer off of their property, and here I am putting out Trophy Rocks and dumping corn almost every night. I have even been known to put a little scent out as well :D