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    Lookee what we found whilst wandering....


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    8 points!

    Looks almost like you're spot-lighting that poor thing.

    Oh, and he looks kinda skinny. I can practically count his ribs.
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    He had friends... Sage says it's another buck.. a young buck .. I need to check that photo... good news is, trail cams are working! Sage is right.. looks to be 6 pointer or bigger...

    Last edited by Bruce; 09-07-2015 at 07:24 PM.

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    Continuing the trend, all we got on this shot was the rack... what happened to the rest of the deer? I can't be sure but this big guy could be a 10 poiinter! (TreeStand 4)

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    Just before big guy got there, 2 does came into view, got spooked, and then booked right up the trail we cut for us to get from the house to tree stand 4. Last shot, you have to look for the blur to the right of the photo to see them bolting away...




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    For those following this thread, I finally had a moment to look through the photos from Tree Stand 1 and found several more sightings. Deer, Tiguans and Turkeys!

    Check out the album:
    http://imgur.com/a/aPmne



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    For all the pics of deer, see these albums:

    Tree Stand 1: http://imgur.com/a/aPmne

    Tree Stand 3: http://imgur.com/a/b0BIH

    Tree Stand 4: http://imgur.com/a/CZMDr

    I'll update these albums as we see more critters... Next update will be late in October.

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    Bruce: the "critters" down here don't look anywhere near as cute (or as proud) as the ones that live in your neck-of-the woods- our critters (Macropus rufus) look like really large rodents!
    Don

    PS: and our forests aren't as lush as yours (entirely different shades of green - shades of grey really)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DV52 View Post
    Why did I see this picture and immediately start to crave a McDonald's hamburger?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by DV52 View Post
    Bruce: the "critters" down here don't look anywhere near as cute (or as proud) as the ones that live in your neck-of-the woods- our critters (Macropus rufus) look like really large rodents!
    Don

    PS: and our forests aren't as lush as yours (entirely different shades of green - shades of grey really)
    Awesome... I do want to get down to visit your lands! Been invited but have not had opportunity. Hope to get there one day.

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