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Old February 26th, 2020, 08:09 AM #1
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What says everybody?

Ive been out multiple times checking bedding spots I always find racks in and haven't stumbled across a thing yet.

Last night I saw a buck carrying both sides still and wondering if the mild winter has them easing through and will lead to a late drop?
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Old February 26th, 2020, 08:15 AM #2
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I walked this past Saturday for literally 20 minutes and found two five point sides, different deer. People I know have been finding them almost every day now for the last 10 days. Maybe you've bumped them out of that bedding area from walking it too many times too soon?
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Old February 26th, 2020, 08:18 AM #4
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I went out on Monday and didn't see a damn thing. Will keep looking.
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Friend also found 2 fresh sika but that was an anomaly, it was just probability for the area he was searching in comparison to the rest of the county.
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I saw an 18'x40 for a good price.
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I went looking on Monday and didn't find anything except a complete skull with six point antlers attached (pretty cool!). It was perfectly sun/bug bleached, so I think it must have been from a hunted deer or a coyote kill at least a year ago because of how white and clean it is. Rodents had chewed up some of the antler points but it was still neat looking enough to take home.
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Don’t forget DNr’s new policy regarding possession tags for complete skulls.
They want you to give them a call when you pick one up now.
Apparently removing dead heads contributes to calcium deficiencies on the forest floor while creating eco- catastrophes at the same time.
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