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Archerysniper

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I added a trophy rock to freshen up the salt block on Monday and the deer are just pounding it.

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I think they are,it also could be skeeters that are full of blood.

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slimngrizzly

Looks good Arch! That last one may have some potential this year. Im sure there'll be more coming in.

I think that is skeeters full of blood. I see that sometimes eek doesn't seem to bother the deer though?!?

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sticknstring

Nice pics AS! That one needs to learn how to pose for the cam so we can get a little better look!

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Here are some from around my area. I have seen both of these for 3 years on camera. Ive only seen them once during the day when they were spooked by a sprayer in a bean field.full-33631-35377-photo1.jpg

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sticknstring

I hunt a few properties over that way, but haven't seen anything special yet. No wonder - they're all at your place! smile

Tried to send a PM, but you're over the limit!

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Very happy today when I checked my trail camera. First year that I have really hung a camera, mineral lick and food plots. Got this buck on the camera quite a few times over the past week I have had the camera out. Hope he sticks around. From where these pictures are taken, if you go straight past the buck another 30 yards, the woods open and that's where the food plot was put in. The buck seems nice and wide, decent mass. Hope he grows a bit more before he goes hard horn. full-17731-35454-wgi_0004.jpg

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Weird one. Half his left side is bent back towards his face but he's pretty cool so son or I will probably take him if we get a chance.

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First time trying to post hope it works. Getting excited for the season up here in northern Minnesota!

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First time we have this guy on camera. Had small plots out and some bigger deer have discovered them. full-10022-35776-wgi_0013(1).jpg

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A pic from my mo-in-law's place and a close up from it after. Goofy looking buck that we call "Dangle". He looks like he's trying to pull off a "pirate look". laugh

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I think splitz has been around awhile, the last couple of years I have gotten pics of a heavy 8 that I think is him, but none of my pics get a look at the brow tines. I would not mind seeing either of the other 8s or the nice 10. Debated for a long time on if the wide 8 in the last 2 pics were the same deer but one seems to obviously have a short or missing brow tine, I have a couple of pics of both of them, enough with both brow tines and without to lead me that way. What to you guys think, same or different?

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