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    Default Starting to see a few bucks (Pictures)

    Nice to finally see the spikes gone and few bucks moving into the area.
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    Buck bedded dwon 33 yrds from my stand right under my north wind stand.
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    Tough shot here for sure. 10 yrds from the stand Looking for something special. Already have one in the freezer. Next ones gotta be a good one.
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    Couple of years these bucks will be shooters.
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    Appears to me they is already shooters....especially that last one.
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    Looks like they were laying in front of your tree stand...Did you walk up on them??

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    Nice pics DB thanks alot for sharing.


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    Two years? Are you kidding? I would take that last buck in a heartbeat. especially this year...nothings moving.
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    Default Have two stands in that area

    Quote Originally Posted by Gator eye View Post
    Looks like they were laying in front of your tree stand...Did you walk up on them??
    That bucks 33 yrds away in my north wind stand. I think Im in the right stand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cablegaurd21 View Post
    Two years? Are you kidding? I would take that last buck in a heartbeat. especially this year...nothings moving.

    You Iowa guys wouldnt shoot these small bucks. I only have one more to take. Has to be a big one. Here my first harvest.
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    i would take any of them
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post
    You Iowa guys wouldnt shoot these small bucks. I only have one more to take. Has to be a big one. Here my first harvest.
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    I'm not saying thier "Iowa Big" but don't believe everything you see on T.V. Iowa bucks have big bodies from all that corn, but to nail down one with an impressive rack is something totally different. I think you've got some real nice deer on those Pics and I would be happy to harvest one of them. The way my season going I'll be happy to harvest anything with a rack!
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    Thanks for the pics!!! Looks like season is getting better for ya!

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    Default Turning fifty on Sat

    I have shot more than my share of smaller bucks. Im hoping to let them walk and wait for larger bucks.

    Its fun to take pictures of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cablegaurd21 View Post
    I'm not saying thier "Iowa Big" but don't believe everything you see on T.V. Iowa bucks have big bodies from all that corn, but to nail down one with an impressive rack is something totally different. I think you've got some real nice deer on those Pics and I would be happy to harvest one of them. The way my season going I'll be happy to harvest anything with a rack!
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