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    Nice D5 Buck

    I found this guy bedded back in a pine/fir thicket resting as the rut winds downs. One of the bigger bucks I've seen this year. There were alot of forkies chasing does during the rut.Click image for larger version. 

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    Moose
    Every hunting season you miss is one you can not make up.

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    Here is a blacktail Muley cross at my father in laws house.

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    Drhorsepower...Now that's a nice D5 buck. You win.....
    Every hunting season you miss is one you can not make up.

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    I didn't mean to compete and it is not a d5 buck. It's an x zone. Sooo you win.

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    Both of the bucks are nice looking bucks. Hope you both are able to get them come hunting season although the x zone will be the harder to draw tag.

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    Ya real nice! Both are shooters for sure in my book

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    Nice bucks guys. I would take either one in a heartbeat!

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    Both are great bucks!

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    Here are a few photos of a big forkie a saw during the rut. Did you see this one Scott?
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    No I did not. That one smokes the big fork that I saw! Or should I say small fork I saw. Lol. The one I saw was wider but his forks aren't near as deep. Nice buck.

 

 

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