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Bachelor Group in my backyard.

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Hey Folks. Got up this morning and there was a bachelor group of deer at my salt block and eating away at the stumps. One looked like an 8, 6 4, and a spiker. It was pretty neat to see the rankings via velvet. It might be too soon to be for sure but they were definetly bucks in a group. There was also a doe or a yearling buck but maybe a button buck hard to say. I just should have taken pictures. I just hope they stick around till September.

Later,

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That starts to get the blood flowing for this fall. Have a trail cam? I'm getting mine out this week next to some minerals. I always seem to see some nice bucks in velvet that I never see again during the bow season.

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Always fun to see those bachelor groups!!! It gets the mind thinking about fall and cooler weather and bowhunting!!!

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No deer this morning. Maybe there making the rounds. I need to get a camera and see what there really doing and when there stopping by.

Hey Tippman been on the river by your home latetly?? I was in St. Cloud yesterday and went over the Miss and was thinking that the river looked navigatable down there for some fishing.

later,

mr

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Just a couple times, had a really good day and one not so good. Should be heating up now though. Let me know if you wanna hit it up sometime.

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I'm getting the itch driving over the Miss every day and watching the mud move south. After a muskie tourny this weekend I'm going to focus on the "mud".........

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