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    Ok, I cleaned it out try again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuntWYODon View Post
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    Muleys24/7 and Bigshot,
    I told you I was going post pics or the two biggest D14 bucks but forgot.
    Hey Don how wide is the rack on the left side.

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    Nice photo , first time hunting d14 I went up Palm ave into mountains above Silverwood Lake only seen about 8 doe's.

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    Nice, where at in d14 is that.

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    Great So Cal Bucks!!!

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    I ended up tagging this buck today. He was with two other forkies and two Doe's. I was running out of time and still have a few more tags to fill before my trip to Colorado next week. So, I thought I better start shooting to fill the freezer. I know its not a "Monster," but any buck in Zone D14 is a considered a "trophy," in my book. This unit only had a 3 percent success rate last year. While hunting, I spoke with guys that have been hunting this unit for seven years now and have yet to see a legal buck!!

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    Nothing wrong with that buck bigshot. Congrats!

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    Well, I took my brother out today and he got lucky Damit!!....Check out his D14 4x4 with eye guards. My brother has a bad back and did not want to hike far, so I agreed to try some of my easy spots that I have not hunted in a few years. The first areas we checked we only saw 4 Does and a Spike. The weather was very cool (31 degrees) so we continued to hunt the area. Right around noon we located this beuty chasing after a Doe in an open meadow. My brother made a awesome shot with his Rem 700 7MM RM, and the buck dropped in his tracks.

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    I hiked San G Wilderness area after two trips to the Mill Creek Ranger station to get a permit last weekend. After 2.5 hrs hiking up to 7500ft, we stopped for a break and were arguing that there was nothing on that trail and were going to turn around. We finally agreed to keep going to the next bubbling spring and 40ft from our break stop, a ginormous buck appears in some brush between the trail switchbacks. We chased him for another 2 hrs to come up empty handed. All in all, 6 mile roundtrip hike that took 5 hrs....

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    Here is a pic of the ghost I spotted two days before opening day. Since then, I've been 5 times and got nothing...This is my first year in D-14. So far, it lives up to its reputation.Click image for larger version. 

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