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Trail cam pics the ones id love to see.

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by flipajig, Dec 10, 2010.

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  1. flipajig

    flipajig Member

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    hear are some of the deer id love to get a chance at.
     

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    Flip, that first one is a young buck. Let him grow and mate a bit. That second one is an older buck. Not quite a 5 year old but maybe 4 (Hard to tell from that pic angle). If you are trying to manage your land for trophy sized deer let them younglings walk and spread those good genetics around.
     
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    How can you tell?

    The one in the second picture looks almost like it is in summer coat though
     
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    The body structure Hoofan. That second one is built more "bulldog" like. While that first one is still all sleek lined. Just a LOT of years judging ages and managing properties Hoofan. The older they get (from around 4 to 7) the more they resemble linebackers. Lower in the rear than in the front.
     
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    these pics were taken on public land the first one is a younger deer and that is the first pic that I have of him #2 is a older deer I agree to let the younger deer walk but on pubilc land how many of you would let them walk.
     
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    Yes sir

    Your soo right man, most hunters would not let the younger buck walk, but if he makes it for about two more seasons he's gonna be a hoss. I'm surprised your trail cams still there on public land, I've had two stolen this year alredy on wma land, don't you just hate a theif. Anyway goodluck with it, I hope you get a monster.
     
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