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They're growing bigger and bigger everyday!

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Nevertoomanyguns, Jul 5, 2009.

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  1. Nevertoomanyguns

    Nevertoomanyguns Member

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    A few bucks around where I hunt. One of the bucks near the ocean is a buck I call stumpy, he is missing his tail, he was a nice 200+ pound 8pt last year. Glad to see that he made it through the rough winter we had this past season.

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  2. Nevertoomanyguns

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    Cow Moose and her calf that I saw while out bass fishing.

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  3. 3pairs12

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    cool pictures
     
  4. Dr. Tad Hussein Winslow

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    Very nice; thanks for sharing. My blood is starting the slow-boil to October already. :)
     
  5. jim in Anchorage

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    Am I the only one who thought those boats where geese?
     
  6. paintballdude902

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    nice

    what? those arent geese?
     
  7. NCsmitty

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    Nice pics, thank you for sharing.


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  8. Nevertoomanyguns

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    A few from my trail camera,

    Thanks, those are actually sea ducks. I believe that they are Eider ducks.

    Shot a nine point here last season.

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  9. 3pairs12

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    I thought they were birds until you mentioned something and I looked really close, now I really have no idea what they are.
     
  10. Nevertoomanyguns

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    They are Eider ducks, those would be some small lobster boats.
     
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    Thanks. I miss living in New England.
     
  12. a-sheepdog

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    Nice pics. Good luck in your quest.
     
  13. BP44

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    awsome pics, thanks for sharing fellas:)
     
  14. schlockinz

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    Awwwe the innocence of velvet
     
  15. Nevertoomanyguns

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    It amazes me how quickly a buck's antlers grow. I jut saw these bucks again yesterday and their racks are noticeably larger.
     
  16. 41 Mag

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    Great shots. Thanks for posting.

    My mom lives on our family property, and has three does which have had their fawn within about 300yds of her house. The does have been feeding in her back yard for the past few weeks but not brought the young ones out there just yet.

    Heck one of the does watched us working the weekend of the 4th from about 30yd away, keeping a mindful eye on just where we were and where that little one was laid up in the shade.

    Hopefully they will be bringing them out for show in the next week or so, and I might get a pick or two.
     
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