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Old 01-16-2020, 08:58 PM   #1
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it's about that time, boys.
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Old 01-16-2020, 09:37 PM   #2
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I’m getting itchy!
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Old 01-16-2020, 10:25 PM   #3
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Nice!
I'm heading to the farm tomorrow. I hope we catch them moving.
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I had two small spikes chase a nanny all around my spot and try to mount her several times lsst night. No mature bucks yet but hopefully this cooler weekend weather will get things kicked off.

Yesterday was day 1 of an 11 day "stay-cation" to fill the freezer.
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That 6 looks like an older guy and the 8 a youngin. He’s gonna be a good un next year.

Fields look good too!

Where are these from? PC area?
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That 6 looks like an older guy and the 8 a youngin. He’s gonna be a good un next year.

Fields look good too!

Where are these from? PC area?
Night pictures in Washington County on my land. The daylight pics are Gulf County on my lease.

It's 8 different bucks. The dusk 6pt is probably 7 years old...I've been hunting him for 4 years. Our paths just haven't crossed.

The studly 8 is really a 7 because he doesn't have a brow tine. He's probably 4.5 but in our area, that's a shooter because we rarely see a buck the next year after we pass it (the wide 6pt I mention above is the rare exception). Notice the time on the 7pt running....my friend was hunting 0530-1100, took a lunch break and was back in stand at 1300 or so. As you can see, the 7pt ran past his camera at noon chasing a doe while he was taking a nap in his truck!
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That 6 looks like an older guy and the 8 a youngin. He’s gonna be a good un next year.

Fields look good too!

Where are these from? PC area?
Night pictures in Washington County on my land. The daylight pics are Gulf County on my lease.

It's 8 different bucks. The dusk 6pt is probably 7 years old...I've been hunting him for 4 years. Our paths just haven't crossed.

The studly 8 is really a 7 because he doesn't have a brow tine. He's probably 4.5 but in our area, that's a shooter because we rarely see a buck the next year after we pass it (the wide 6pt I mention above is the rare exception). Notice the time on the 7pt running....my friend was hunting 0530-1100, took a lunch break and was back in stand at 1300 or so. As you can see, the 7pt ran past his camera at noon chasing a doe while he was taking a nap in his truck!
Well heck. I had him much younger. If he’s 4.5 he needs a hole through him.

Good luck getting a couple of those this year
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Well heck. I had him much younger. If he’s 4.5 he needs a hole through him.

Good luck getting a couple of those this year

Whether you are right, or I am, on the age, if he is in one of our scopes, he's getting the lead! We'll pass spikes and obvious 2.5s. but after that it's shooters choice. Too many rifles in the area and I think the locals hunt 24/7-365!

Here he is in November being stupid trying to get shot! He looks more 3.5 here for sure.
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