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sticknstring

A spittin' image of the year before - nice buck!

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pointerdog

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McGurk

Just swapped cards from a May June soak, and is that grass ever growing! Re-mounted the camera up higher and aiming down for the next month or so. Here's a few from my Moultrie M80X Black Flash (with Motion Freeze):

Literally a couple of hours after making a new mineral and salt lick on a stump

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Triple Turkeys

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Must be starved for minerals, chomping on rotten wood

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"Marked" Doe at night

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Tree'd Raccoon

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3 Young Bucks sharing a stump

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Say Cheese!

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Fawn Tongue

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sticknstring

Trips!

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Musky hunter 82

These two look like twins. Be nice if they hung around for bow season. How much bigger do you guys think they'll get?

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mrklean

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These boys will die of old age before they ever get shot

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certified jumbo

Nice deer!

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pointerdog

A few passing by.

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BartmanMN

Friends backyard in Apple Valley tonight.

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fr0sty

No bucks on camera yet.

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james_walleye

Hey guys ive been away from the site for a bit. I had mentioned a while ago I was getting pics of the big boy from last year. Here he is on July 4th along with a few other ones. I think its interesting to see the genetics in the brow tines in the bottom 2 deer. The middle deer last year was a perfect 6X6 and the bottom deer was a 5X4. The biggest was a perfect 5X5 but this year he has a shooter coming off each beam toward the inside of his rack.

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sticknstring

An easy way to tell the two apart - nice bucks!

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james_walleye

Thanks stick. Here is a pic from last January of the 5X5 and the 5X4 together and a pic of the big boys shed we found. And to clarify...the 2nd and 3rd pic above are different bucks.

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CANOPY SAM

Boy that 5x5 is a dandy!!!!

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laker1

Wonder how much antler growth left,is it pretty much done by Aug. 1?

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hunter322

id think they grow up until the end of august.

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mrklean

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Couple goofy racks

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BuckSutherland

How can I upload a video?? Its AVI. big one

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mrklean

I upload to YouTube then link it that's the easiest way I found

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BuckSutherland

Hope this guy makes the trip home with me this fall. Think he is a nine. 6 weeks of growth left on that rack I hope.

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Bear55

Got some terrible pics but you get the idea, looks like a good one.

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Shu

Hope they keep growing

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sticknstring

Two hefty bucks right there - both weight and rackwise.

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Lunker

Bad pic but definitely a great lookin deer

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