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Chris Haley

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Nice Buck Chris

Good luck gettin him.

My uncle has had a camera down in our area, but no big ones like that to be found. frown.gif

Oh well, I'll still be out there freezin off my butt waiting for that tirty poiter. grin.gif

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Hey bam bam, I think I have seen that deer before...

Good luck i still think he might be bigger then ya suspect

Let us know how ya do.

bd

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How did opening weekend go for everyone?? Did you get him Chris??

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I haven't seen anything that would get my heart pumping yet. My brother in law got this nice nine though. I think it's the brother of the game cam buck because they both have the same high tines.

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Chris,

I think your correct the two are related but different as the kickers are curved on one and verticle to outside on the other, also the brother in laws split front fork is longer on the top then the cam buck.

Go get the other one already will ya.

bd

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So, where's your big buck at chris? You were in quite a hurry when i saw you the other day, was gonna ask you about a few things..Give me a call, just use jens cell.., see yah bud.

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I let him go to get bigger for next year. wink.gif You can call me at the office if you'd like 755-3921

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Ahem ...

WHO gets 'em next year?

BTW ... did I ever get my cam back or are you still using it to take pictures of the kitty in the tub?

I MEANT the cat!

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