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  1. #76
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    checking all of mine this week. looking forward to it.
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    Had this guy on camera this past check, picture is on 6/3, just cut it off when zooming in a bit. Watched him with a bachelor group in an alfalfa field Friday night. He is one big deer, not sure he'll be a mega giant racked deer, but I think he's definitely mature. Was with 5 other bucks the other night. Looking forward to future camera checks.

  3. #78
    that deer looks 3 yrs old. should get another year at least imo

  4. #79
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoachErl View Post



    That dude is going to have one heck of a spread!
    Nice.....can't wait to see pics of him further along. Do you know the deer? Any pics from last year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoyttech13 View Post
    that deer looks 3 yrs old. should get another year at least imo
    Probably the easiest thing to do is underestimate a buck's age in spring. By October this deer will likely be 50lbs heavier and the same people that guessed age in May will add 2+ years to their previous guess. Each one of these bucks would appear to be "less-than-impressive" in May. Based on this deer's body structure and progression so far, already showing a 4x4 frame, if I had to give an educated guess on what he'd be I'd think he's tracking to be a mid 150's 5x5...time will tell.

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  6. #81
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    another really nice development example (passed this guy on opening day at 7 yds waiting on the big 5x5 above)


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    Here's the best I've got so far...PICT0052.jpg
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    flatcoats......that 5x5 is awesome but I would have had a hard time passing that tall 8....those brows are 8.5 "+.

    I am available to hunt any of these bucks that you want to pass up. Just shoot me a p.m. LOL

  9. #84
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fortyneck View Post
    Checked my cam at the end of May after a 2 month soak, heres the biggest stud I got.

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    I'm I'm the same boat maybe slightly bigger. Gonna be a bad year haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by us326544 View Post
    flatcoats......that 5x5 is awesome but I would have had a hard time passing that tall 8....those brows are 8.5 "+.

    I am available to hunt any of these bucks that you want to pass up. Just shoot me a p.m. LOL
    I understand! And sometimes still question my sanity. It was just one of those years, that property had 4 deer between 150 and 185. And was hunting two other deer that were over 170.... Got greedy. sad thing is we found him dead in 2012 anyways from ehd

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  13. #88
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    ^^^ He could be neat!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathias View Post
    Im sensing double drops on the bad boy!
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  16. #91
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    After seeing some of these bucks I don't even want to post my videos lol I thought mine were doing good for KY by just starting to show brow tines on their main beams. Not a lot of good protein for them around my place
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  17. #92
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    My biggest as of a week ago.
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  18. #93
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    I had one decent one but I by got one pic of him passing by. The rest are youngsters and antlers are OK by 3 or 4 inches high as of a week ago

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    Wow time to check my cams

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    I can't wait baseball games need to get over so I can get out and check them

  21. #96
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    Quote Originally Posted by reaper159 View Post
    That dude is going to have one heck of a spread!
    Nice.....can't wait to see pics of him further along. Do you know the deer? Any pics from last year?
    The deer doesn't look familiar....We have had so much EHD the last 2 years I'm sure the deer population has been shifted around some. I also have made significant improvements to our habitat. I've added food plots and have hinge cut quite a bit. It seems to have helped as more deer are frequenting the area.

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  23. #98
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    He is back, I was a little concerned I had not seen him in about 2 weeks. Funny he is traveling with 3 small bucks and he comes in after things look cool. Cannot believe he already has a huge split brow tine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by golfanddeernut View Post
    I went back and looked at the first pic of him, he has added a lot. You need to post the pics together to really show it.

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