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Captured a dandy on trail cam

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Well it is my second year using a trail cam and I captured a buck I have been chasing for 3 years now since I first saw him in the hunting woods. I'll share the pics below. If you have a guess at his score, feel free to reply with it. Thanks and enjoy the pics.





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Uh no I saw him chasing does 3 years ago but never got a shot. And it is a wild crabapple tree that is loaded this year. My stand is about 16 yards to the left. I thought he would score a little higher but all in all he is definately a mature deer for my area.
 

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I was thinking 3.5 to 4 but I may be wrong. It was 3 years ago that I saw a buck of this caliber in my area so I assumed it was the same one. He has been spotted running the same field edge for the past 2 years, just not by me.
 

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I was thinking 3.5 to 4 but I may be wrong. It was 3 years ago that I saw a buck of this caliber in my area so I assumed it was the same one. He has been spotted running the same field edge for the past 2 years, just not by me.
My guess is it's a different buck. That deer looks no older then 3.5. But a good one none the less! Good luck!
 

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Thx for the info everyone. Guess it is most likely another deer. They are definately apples on this tree and are not orangish like a persimmon. They are a red and yellow mixture apple right now but usually turn all red by seasons end.
 
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