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    They all got away...

    I just figured I had better start shooting the deer with something since buck fever usually gets the better of me while bow hunting so I decided to buy a decent camera.


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    that's heartbreaking ando...at least you caught some cool pics! Some nice bucks!

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    Here are a few more which the 4 largest did not survive. 3 of the pics are of the same 2 deer but a year apart. Funny how bucks tend to basically have their "friends" that they group up with year after year.

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    Really nice bucks man!

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    Thanks jay. Its looking pretty bleak this year though. Our muley herd took a huge hit from some nasty winters. Our whitetails also took a hit from the winters and EHD last year. Those pics were during the peek of a healthy deer herd. I got spoiled and now reality has hit back home. I passed up shots on so many nice bucks that I would just be happy to see through the spotting scope these days.

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    Those are some good bucks!

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    Great photos awsome bucks

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    Sounds like the same ol same ol story. Just sucks our deer aren't doing well theses days. I hope for a wet mild winter to recharge the herds. Great pics!

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    Nice pictures ando_31.

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    Nice pics, I love seeing muleys with big racks
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