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Discussion in 'Hunting Forum' started by 2506imp, Jan 30, 2011.
Deer had pertty good horns this year.
Very nice, thanks for posting. How much did it weigh field dressed?
Did not weigh the deer, but he was a horse, had to field dress him before we could lift him on to basket rack on a receiver hitch on a two wheel drive tahoe, friend of mine killed a nice one the weighed 160 field dress
Congrats on the very nice bucks.
Both very nice deers. Great job to you and your friend.
I didn't get a buck this past season, only two does. However this is the one I was trying to get. I let several smaller bucks and a lot of does walk.
Very nice deer!
I would love to shoot him.
Nice! Where are you?
Thanks for posting, to me thats what it is all about, hunting a mature buck.
That is great deer! Are you having it mounted?
Congrats on the hunts, very nice looking deer.
As for that zombie deer ..... kill that thing soon before we are doomed!
If you were asking me, I am in Alabama. And I am already planning how to make changes for next season that will improve my chances of getting him.
Here in Alabama, the bow season opens in mid October, the gun season in mid November. They run through January. The limit is two a day, one of which can be a buck. So legally I could kill over two hundred deer a season. However I don't expect to get anywhere near that many. So far the most I have killed in a season is four.
That is a PILE of venison!
My buddy with the deer in the bed of the truck had a european skull mount done, and i did a regular horn mount myself, tooo priecy for shoulder mounts lol
This is obviously a old buck who knows to lay low when all those "bang" noises come around. Never seen him during a hunt, only this once on the cam. Sure would have like to have seen him one Saturday morning.
This is my Buck I shot here in Missouri a few years back
That's a great lookin' Buck!! Looks like you had a really good hunt this year
Now that is one beautiful Buck!!!!
As you stated, he knows how to stay low and "stay alive".