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Please share your 2019 Trail cam pictures for upcoming deer season

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Bandit67, Aug 30, 2019.

  1. Rembrandt

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    Hard to get much beyond 150" score on an 8 point, this one could almost reach that. Would like to see what he could look like with two more years of growth

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  2. hps1

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    That is one fine 8 pt. How old do you think he is....3.5, maybe 4.5? What state?

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  3. Rembrandt

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    I'd guess 3-to-4, Iowa.
     
  4. Captcurt

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    That would be my guess, flat belly and no roman nose....he shore is a beauty. Would be great to see what he'd be in 2-3 years. :)

    I've shot a couple over 150, but they were 6.5 & 7.5 YO 10 pointers.

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  6. 22250Rem

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    Lotsa bruiser bucks on this thread and I'm enjoying it a lot. Been getting a buck on the cams on a friends property near me pretty regular lately. He's about the biggest one in that area according to the trail cams. WGI_0028.JPG Only problem is that he seems to be pretty nocturnal. Here's a shot from almost two weeks ago which is about the best picture of him yet. Too bad it's dark; but what gets me is that in the picture he's standing 10-12 yards directly in front of my ground blind.
     
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  7. Captcurt

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    Don't count him out yet. They can get pretty goofy and do some stupid things when they get after the ladies. You might have him on the front porch at noon.
     
  8. sage5907

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    I keep cameras on my driveway to record vehicles that come to the house. I don't hunt deer in this area but I feed the deer and they have been eating about 25 pounds of corn each day. I also throw apples under the feeder as an extra treat. This guy comes each night to eat and keep an eye on the many doe. MFDC6298.JPG
     
  9. 22250Rem

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    ..........That's a possibility.. And the property on the south side of the land I'm on is just vacant land, mostly wooded and hasn't been hunted in a few years. It got sold and the new owners are planning to have several hunters over there this fall. I'm hoping they push some deer my way to either the blind or the ladder stand.
     
  10. 27hand

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    I had a grainy pic of a nontypical this year. It turned out to be this guy. Camera is high.
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    Here he is facing a ground cam.
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    The day after I got a grainy pic. I set out a few more cameras.
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    A few weeks later, these guys came along

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  11. Rembrandt

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    Well the previously posted trail camera photo of that big 8 point can now be verified. Oldest son got him yesterday. No score yet but we're pretty sure he'll go over 150".

    (Update: Green scored - 154 4/8 inches)

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  12. Highland Lofts

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    This buck is running the woods by my sons ex bosses house.

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  13. hps1

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    He's all the more impressive up close.:D:thumbup: Beautiful buck!

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  14. Highland Lofts

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    Look at the size of his neck.

    The opening of gun season opens up next Saturday 11/16/19. New York State.
     
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  15. Captcurt

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    That is one gorgeous buck. Hats off to you.
     
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    Got his big brother a couple of weeks ago ,who never came on camera. This guy is in all the time......My camera is still an hour ahead.....
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  18. 22250Rem

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    Finally got out today to check the trail cams in the woods next to the house. Haven't done so in a couple weeks. This guy showed up Nov. 11th on the cam closest to the house which isn't more than 50 yards from the side of the house. Have never seen him before, not on a camera or in person. It's state land but I can't gun hunt that section because of a few houses but it can be bow hunted. He probably lives in the woods across the road or else I would have had pix of him on one of three trail cams on this side of the road......ETA. time was actually 11:36 a.m.... WGI_0414.JPG
     
  19. Rembrandt

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    Bucks are working the rut day and night.

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    No "Butterballs" here, Turkeys must know we're getting closer to Thanksgiving.
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  20. Captcurt

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    I finally started getting a few bucks on camera after a 2 week dry spell. Got two poor pictures of a really nice buck but there is no telling where he came from. Followed some does by the feeder. I would love to see him in person. MFDC0631 (2).JPG MFDC0632 (2).JPG
    Had a doe or two come through. MFDC0190.JPG
     
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  21. 22250Rem

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    Time to revive this thread. Even though the season is no longer "upcoming". Gun season ended Dec. 8th for me; then there's late bow season from Dec. 9th to the 17th.. Look who shows up at one of two trail cams on my friends property the VERY NEXT DAY, (night, actually) on Dec. 18th. Nobody that I know of has ever seen this deer and it's the only trail cam picture I ever got of him. He's walking 10-12 yards in front of a ground blind. I swear those big bucks know exactly what day they are no longer being hunted. Didn't get any deer off that place this past year but got lots of pictures and 90% of them were at night.
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