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    great looking buck. and gotta congradulate you on the DIY I gotta ask is it a common thing to still have buck in velvet ? I was told if a buck looses or damages his testicals that he will stay in velvet all year round

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    Nice buck!

    I'm gonna have to quote another member on this on: "What's DYI stand for? Do Yourself In?!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSurArcher View Post
    Nice buck!

    I'm gonna have to quote another member on this on: "What's DYI stand for? Do Yourself In?!"
    Hey BSA!

    Write your own copy!


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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSurArcher View Post
    Nice buck!

    I'm gonna have to quote another member on this on: "What's DYI stand for? Do Yourself In?!"
    Lol. Check out the first post. Doesnt change the fact that this 16 year old killed a bomber buck! Hopefully not his last either.

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    No there is no secret to the DYI I just got my fingers crossed while typing.

    fatkid No it isnt common for them to be in velvet this time of year. To my under standing they keep their velvet when they are missing their testicles and do not produce any testosterone that tells them when they need to shed the velvet and become a man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MT Muley View Post
    That's the 4th stag buck I have seen shot this year in Montana. Seems to be a lot roaming around these days. Nice buck!
    In the last few years I have heard of several stag bucks taken here in S.E. Idaho.......wonder why? Anyone have any thoughts on this?

    Big Sky, very nice buck congrats!
    Last edited by Pronghorn73; 11-30-2011 at 01:07 PM.

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    Wow, great buck. Congrats!

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    Cool looking buck. Congrats!

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    The bases are huge on him. I really like the cheaters too. I've found a few stags here in Nv as well lately. I love finding them, they really stick out with the velvet in the snow.

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    This is a buck I found last year in Nov. I wish I had a tag and yes they have either been hurt during a fight or somehow lost the testicals. These bucks do not loose the velvet and I think that they do not shed either.
    If you look at this deer you can see how short his nose is and he looks like a very young deer. He has a big body to go along with his big rack but his facial structure is that of a immature deer.
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