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Thread: Fatty 6 pt.

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    Default Fatty 6 pt.

    I saw this buck quite a few times last season.This is the first trail camera picture of it this year, and it has put alot of body weight on since last bow season.Not a bad 6 pt rack either.I'm glad it has started showing up again.Now I can only hope it starts coming around during the daylight.

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    short legged little bastard....
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post
    short legged little bastard....
    I don'y know if its short or just looks that way because it is such a fatty.Either way,I hope I get to put an arrow through it.

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    Default Nice six pointer

    Thats a nice 6 pointer for sure.
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    looks like a old deer pot bellied and filled out no muscel difinetin
    they say thier horns decrese in the senior years



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    Is that a salt block on the ground?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breck View Post
    Is that a salt block on the ground?
    Yes it is.I put one at the begining of March every year.

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    lol...yeah that is a porker

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    plenty of sausage and jerky on that boy.

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