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    Cool pic. Those are good eating.

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    The one standing behind this one isn't too shabby either
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    Gracious! That is a nice one!
    If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, give it Narcan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silentweapon338 View Post
    Gracious! That is a nice one!
    just pulled them about three hours ago.
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    He was big last year and grew some more.
    Tell me how to kill this nocturnal bastard.
    I have lots of pics of him between 2am and 4am
    Never a daytime pic. The one standing behind him is over 200lbs and a bruiser but camera shy
    I think it will take the peak rut, the right wind and luck?
    How wide is that SOB?
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    Umm... yeah he definitely grew (a lot) from last year.
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    Good Lord what a buck

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    Beautiful deer.
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    Probably 20"

    Good luck. He will probably get hit by a logtruck chasing a doe in October.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ecu1984 View Post
    He was big last year and grew some more.
    Tell me how to kill this nocturnal bastard.
    I have lots of pics of him between 2am and 4am
    Never a daytime pic. The one standing behind him is over 200lbs and a bruiser but camera shy
    I think it will take the peak rut, the right wind and luck?
    How wide is that SOB?
    Corn feeder or doe pee
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    I was thinking it was this guy but I am not so sure now.
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    Pretty sure this is your guy Rick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaltMuck View Post
    Pretty sure this is your guy Rick.

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    Yep, that is him plus the extra year's growth added
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    that deer will go mid to high 140's EASY, keep corn out for the does , hunt it on the right wind and catch him scent checking does. call me crazy , but I think that when bucks get to 5.5+ they tend to let their guard down , kinda like " I have lived this long nothing is gonna bother me now". he doesn't go in a hole until 2am so be smart don't pressure him and good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumpknocker View Post
    that deer will go mid to high 140's EASY, keep corn out for the does , hunt it on the right wind and catch him scent checking does. call me crazy , but I think that when bucks get to 5.5+ they tend to let their guard down , kinda like " I have lived this long nothing is gonna bother me now". he doesn't go in a hole until 2am so be smart don't pressure him and good luck.
    I agree and keep telling myself that he moves probably three or four times a day
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumpknocker View Post
    that deer will go mid to high 140's EASY, keep corn out for the does , hunt it on the right wind and catch him scent checking does. call me crazy , but I think that when bucks get to 5.5+ they tend to let their guard down , kinda like " I have lived this long nothing is gonna bother me now". he doesn't go in a hole until 2am so be smart don't pressure him and good luck.

    I agree. Not sure if they all do it but some that reach 6.5 or more just seem to say screw it and do what they want
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    That's a hella deer Rick. Good luck this season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumpknocker View Post
    that deer will go mid to high 140's EASY, keep corn out for the does , hunt it on the right wind and catch him scent checking does. call me crazy , but I think that when bucks get to 5.5+ they tend to let their guard down , kinda like " I have lived this long nothing is gonna bother me now". he doesn't go in a hole until 2am so be smart don't pressure him and good luck.
    Velvet is tricky, but I wouldn't be shocked if he goes mid 150's

    Beautiful animal.

    Pro tip: Practice holding the Q beam and shooting 1 handed before actually trying to do it in the wild.
    If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, give it Narcan.

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