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Old July 2nd, 2017, 11:09 AM #1
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Summer Trail Cam Pics 2017

Freaky drop tine in my back yard
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Old July 2nd, 2017, 08:53 PM #2
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Heck yeah! Maybe it's a tick?. Weird that the other side small and normal.
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Where I hunt we have seen 3 separate deer with drop tines like that
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Someone emailed me a very similar picture this morning.
I think it came from this guy...
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Freaky drop tine in my back yard
could have been injured last year. He may have a cool rack later.
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Haven't seen a buck on camera yet but going to put another one up in a new location soon. Have gotten tons of other critters....red fox, gray fox, raccoons, and a few does. We get one doe that we call Hoover in just about nightly who barely lifts her head up from the corn. This is a picture of this well fed doe and her sometimes companion, a raccoon. Hoping she brings some bucks in this coming fall.
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Happened to pick this up the other nite after I got some info that there may be a yote around. Not sure myself, yet....
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I actually walked up on this guy while going to check the camera.

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That last picture shows a very nice potential buck. Lets hope he continues to grow.
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Last year we had too many yearling bucks (spikes, forks, sixes) out back to keep track of! They were constantly running around everywhere. It appears most survived to become 2 1/2 year olds and the cameras are showing MANY bucks in this age class. Here are a couple examples:



And there are some fully mature bucks as well, going to be a good season out back!




   
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