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james_walleye

I have pics of the really big boy I watched all last fall. I have permission to hunt the land this fall. As of June 4 his beams were already out past his ears.

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slimngrizzly

I have pics of the really big boy I watched all last fall. I have permission to hunt the land this fall. As of June 4 his beams were already out past his ears.

Pictures James.... Pictures! Let them do the talkin! whistle

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sticknstring

Lets see this dude!

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sticknstring

Pulled some velvet today - just a young'n, but still fun anyways! These are from the '13 576.

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BartmanMN

Needed to find out what was p00ping in my woodchip area. Figured it was a Coon.

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Yep it was the Coon, but I was suprised to see a Coyote too!

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slimngrizzly

Neat to use the trailcams for the investigative purposes! Good to see you got the intruder red handed grin

Just an FYI Bartman, youve got yourself a gray fox there, not a coyote. Pretty neat critters!

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BartmanMN

Ah yes, after looking at pictures online the black line down the tail would be a gray fox. Cool.

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titelines

Here's a recent one from the back of our property. Nice to see the little one... full-22284-34303-pict0460.jpg

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muskiemanAD

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I think this is one of 3.5 yr olds from last year that made it. He looks like old and got some early girth...

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slimngrizzly

There we go! It will be fun to see what he develops into!

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JBone

That will be a bruiser!

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hert2005

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You can't see it without zooming in, but this one has split brow tines.

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hert2005

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JBone

Nice!

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fishattacker

A few pics of some bucks that are running around. PICT0198_zps0dd0332b.jpg

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sticknstring

Great pics FA! Some nice bucks there.

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Bear55

Totally slacking this year, have to get my cams out. frown

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sticknstring

Not much to report this week - still just a few young bucks. Here's a couple vids from the Bushy 439 & 1 from the 476.

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Glenn_S

Checked the cams this weekend and caught these gals...

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hert2005

They're growing!!! full-10022-34781-pict0224.jpg

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Lunker

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NorthwoodsMap

Not much for deer on my cameras so far....but this should excite the bear hunters.

The big one is 300 yards from my home....any ideas how big?

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jarod duane

Awsome, hard to tell but it looks like a good one to put in the freezer this year for sure.

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Crappie Rage

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Crappie Rage

2013 Kansas.

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