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Trail cam pix

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by flipajig, Sep 2, 2010.

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  1. flipajig

    flipajig Member

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    I just checked my Trail cam and found these they closed the area for deer hunting so we are still running the feeder for pigs.
    But look what came in. Picture 395.jpg

    Picture 398.jpg
     
  2. Double Naught Spy

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    Okay, so you had a couple of bucks show up. Deer eat too.
     
  3. wankerjake

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    Okay, so he wanted to show us the nice bucks that showed up. Certainly nothing to get upset about:confused:

    Thanks for sharing the pics, I wish people posted trail cam pics more often. On another site I visit there is a trail cam pic section, it is pretty awesome.
     
  4. swiftak

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    out of velvet already. isn't that early for the south?
     
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    Those little fellows need to eat.
     
  6. flipajig

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    when i checed the cam before there was alot better buck in the pic.
    as for eating we have had alot of rain this year. also this is on public land
    and the better bucks are feeder shy. there was also some pix of some pigs
    the bigest one was around 100 lbs. just right for eating..
     
  7. STEVE6

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    Thanks for sharing, always enjoy pics.
     
  8. jimmyraythomason

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    I don't know about Texas but Alabama bucks are out of velvet by early August,sometimes as early as late July.
     
  9. rodensouth

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    Many of us in the south do not have hundreds or thousands of acres of land to "hunt" for the target species.

    This sensitivity for feeders and baiting has NO place in the hunting forum, even though some of you do not feel it is "hunting".

    Post on the PETA forums please and leave the negativity out of here.

    Thanks for the pics, it gets me excited to harvest or kill or whatever.
     
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