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Do you think this is the same deer?

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Wonder what kind of camera everyone using? No glow,red glow infrared and white incadescent flash?

It looks like most pictures posted are other than no glow?

With red glow,do you think deer spook much?

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I think this is the same deer. I count ten with a split brow tine on the left side. Camera is mounted on the same tree, I just turned it after I saw him. I saw him couple weeks ago so I put a scrape dripper up, but he didnt have any interest in that.

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3 other bucks also showed up along with about 7 doe. Off to the right of my camera this morning also saw a scrape about 4 foot in diameter.

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Things have exploded on our property in NE Minnesota this past week. We have 13 different bucks of 7 point or better. No giants, but a lot of bucks none the less. Its been relatively slow this fall on camera, till now. We've had a handful of does, a few fawns and a couple yearling bucks. Our food plots are in great shape and apparently that paid off. They are getting hit hard all day now. Some camera's are getting 200 pictures a day!

Here's a pic of a older 8 point at my stand on Halloween night, I guess I should have been there. But he's making regular daylight appearances the past week. Maybe he will show on Saturday.

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oops. maybe a flinch. one never knows.

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I shoot with my left eye closed, right handed. Been bowhunting for 27 years. Last year I shot a forky late in the season, 15 yards. Shot him right in the back ham to the left of where I was aiming by about two feet or more. Realized I closed the wrong eye??? Deer luckily did bleed to death about 50 yards away, I felt like a teenager but things do happen.

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My first guess would be a coyote, not having anything to judge size. That's a really pooffy tail, I haven't seen the coyotes or wolves with real heavy coats here yet.

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Mnfisher

Here's a photo of my bear which will be in the freezer come September!  :)

 

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On 9/7/2015 at 8:06 AM, tom_guy said:

Can anyone help me out with this. Pic was taken around the McGregor area. 

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Could be a gray fox. I capture them on my camera every so often too.

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Do you think this is the same deer?

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Yah Moose, he looks like the same deer.  I’d get after him opening weekend of archery if you can.  He seems to like that spot.

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3 hours ago, Wanderer said:

Yah Moose, he looks like the same deer.  I’d get after him opening weekend of archery if you can.  He seems to like that spot.

That’s the thought. 

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All nice but I really like split tines!

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Update I think it’s the same buck

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