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    Default Decent CT 8pt. on cam

    Finally starting to get some racked bucks on one of my trail cameras.This 8 pt. seems pretty good so far.Still have some growing time left so I'll see how it pans out.Infrared flash seems to make these critters look skinnier than they actually are.

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    Mid summer. They all look slim and sleek with their summer coats. (I wish I did) That's a good buck in my neck of the woods.
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    nice buck.

    I ve seen a few 1.5's at my place but nothing of that size.........yet.

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    good looking deer there!! I have some real cool looking non typical bucks this year and a few nice typical 8s too. I have been watching them in the field in front of my house with the binos and I keep seeing this one with a normal 4 on the right and what looks like 6-8 points on the left. but no pics of him yet.

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    That deer looks like it has already shed its velvet

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    No,not even close.

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    He looks real good for mid summer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rut View Post
    No,not even close.
    Hard to tell from my stupid phone

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