Trail Cam Pics

Discussion in 'Bowhunting forum' started by tnts79, Nov 5, 2007.

  1. tnts79

    tnts79 Senior Member

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    Nice buck and a couple yikes!
     
  2. tnts79

    tnts79 Senior Member

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    Even the Bunnies are nocturnal!:frusty: :frusty: Looks to me like that one doe is a beast(mabey its just me), the bag doe is the yikes, 2 little guys figuring things out and, and nice 10.
     

  3. bullfiddle

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    What's wrong with that doe does she have some kind of tumor?
     
  4. tnts79

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    Don't know what it is....kangaroo pouch:noidea:. I'm sure it's the same type of cystic growth that I saw on a buddy of mines trail cam pics last year. On his property a doe has the same sort of thing on her face instead of between her front legs. She comes in during shooting hours I will take her off the property. I bet it would almost be like a pillow when she beds down..:tape:!Don't know if I will eat her though....I will be taking her to the local conservation station and let them tell me what I should do!
     
  5. MichiganHunter

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    a few years ago i shot a nice 8pt with a big ol nasty cyst on his face. it was about the size of a softball!
     
  6. CSS Shooter

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    The Yikes I see is the baare spot in the feild all of the deer are in.
     
  7. tnts79

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    Well hey, mabey I could just shoot her in the head, Whatcha think about that CSS? :noidea: :doh:
     
  8. Wheely

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    Why would this be a 'yikes' :noidea:
     
  9. CSS Shooter

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    You know that would be fine by me at least it is legal to do that. You come on here a give me crap about being ethical and you bait deer come man. Let he who is sinless throw the first stone. Acorrding to ILL state law the only bait that is allowed is a food plot. You know that bare spot just didn't show up in the field. So the next time you want to blow smoke about being ethical look in the mirror pal.
     
  10. Wheely

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    Nevermind, got it
     
  11. tnts79

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    Css is the last person to be giving an ethics sermon! It's not baited numbnuts, my grandparents have cattle and that is where the mineral lick sits for the cattle before deer season. My grandparents are old school and let the cattle roam the woods!:doh: We even take it a step farther and remove the block a month prior to the season. Mineral sites are illegal unless they are used for a livestock operation. If I wanted too I could leave that block out there all year long and it would be legal. Get all the facts before you jump to conclusions!
     
  12. tnts79

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    And just to add a little kicker, there have been 2 deer shot out there this year, both by my cousins, a button buck and a fawn....:doh: If I wanted to bait deer and break the law I would do a damn better job of it!
     
  13. CSS Shooter

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    It is legal to have a salt block out for cattle. You are correct. But it doesn't matter if you remove the block or not it still has melted salt in the ground which makes this site unhuntable by law. You do what you want I could give a crap and I am not preaching ethics here. But you come on here jumping people about shots they take which I should not have taken the shoots I did and stated such. And jump people about shooting little bucks which is fine if you are the one making the bank payment on the land the the animal was taken. If not shut the Hell up. It is up to the person hunting to make their own choices. I also do know the laws for the state of ILL. Because I went to school for Consevation Law Enforcement. I didn't get to finish my last 2 semesters due to having to start rasing my family Which was about the year you were born. But I keep up on the laws. Further more you stated in a earlier post on this thread that you were going to harvest the one Doe and ask Conservation about what to do with the meat. So your statement about what has been taken from this site who cares. My thing was you are posting pics of deer that are on illegall hunting ground and are saying you are going to harvest a deer from there well good luck. That is all I care to say about this. Other than have a Safe and Happy hunting Season. PS why are you getting so defensive about this. You are showing your age hot head.
     
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  14. I missed

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    no one has mentioned the ten?

    thats a nice buck right there:peace:
     
  15. ILhunter16

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    I sense some tension here:mad2: ..... so everyone, :grouphug:
     
  16. tnts79

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    So you are a would be conservation officer? If its part of a livestock operation its not considered baiting, I could sit on top of it if I wanted too! Enough said.:frusty: Would be conservation officer on a powertrip. Just shoot a couple more in head and relax:fencing: :crazy: Pulled the card last night!
     
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  17. IChim2

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    Just caught this thread....since when is salt licks concidered baiting.There used by every farm big/small accross the u.s..here u can put them out in the national forests if you want....as far as that goes...any type of mineral block.
     
  18. tnts79

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    Illinois banned mineral licks back in 2002 I believe. It used to be legal as long as they were removed 30 days prior to the season. They aren't to be used unless its part of a livestock operation. I think it was done to combat the spread of CWD which is spred mostly through the bodily fluids like saliva. One infected deer hits the block it could spread to many other deer very quickly...... At least thats the way I understand it.
     
  19. IChim2

    IChim2 IChim2 and he's a shooter

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    Thanks...just wondering....but to clear it up for me(nothing like schooling)...if you have a livestock farm in IL. you can't use salt licks...mineral blocks
     
  20. bullfiddle

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    We have the same law in Indiana and have had for as long as I remeber. To my knowledge in Indiana you can have them out you just can't hunt over them.