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    Where the pics at? I pulled two cards today that had a few fuzzy knot heads, a couple with a few forks growing.
    Nothing to write home about but its early.
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    They've been putting on some growth the past couple weeks.
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    Again, nothing special but always cool to look at
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    Don't see many real good ones around here very often, but this guy is doing well as of last week. If the bases are any indication, I'd love to see him around 9/15/19...

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    In my experience some start later. I have two that ran together all of last summer and I'm pretty sure both are back this year. The older of the two starts later than the younger one. The younger one gets more length but has less mass.

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    I have two studs that I know were around in Jan and Feb but haven't seen them yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by uga_dawg View Post
    In my experience some start later. I have two that ran together all of last summer and I'm pretty sure both are back this year. The older of the two starts later than the younger one. The younger one gets more length but has less mass.
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    The older ones tend to start a little late (assuming they have proper nutrition) and it may appear that they aren't as large but about mid July when the young ones have all but finished out the older ones will start to put on length. They tend to get their girth now.
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    Pretty decent for a pie bald buck.most I've seen dont get very big and bodies seem smaller.ive only seen 3 or 4 in person.hope to see this one in bow season
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    Different property.hopefully they put on all they can.fun watchin them grow.
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    Look at the two in the back, hard to tell but they are shaping up
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    the one in the back looks decent to be June.
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    More today...they are shaping up
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    These have came a long way in the last week.

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    I got one that looks like Rudolph already. Small but growing a set
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