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Re: Found the buck I am after this season

Postby Snake » Wed Sep 09, 2020 6:21 am

Is that a Starr Mountain buck reloadxx ? I know some may think they can move in on you but that's a lot of tough hunting plus alot of territory and most will not make the trip , that buck will be a trophy of a lifetime if you tag him .
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Re: Found the buck I am after this season

Postby JeepKuntry » Wed Sep 09, 2020 9:56 am

Best of luck!
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Re: Found the buck I am after this season

Postby bowhunterfanatic » Wed Sep 09, 2020 11:44 am

Fantastic buck! Good luck with him.
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Re: Found the buck I am after this season

Postby TN Whitetail Freak » Sun Sep 13, 2020 5:01 pm

That's the kind of deer I get excited about!
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Re: Found the buck I am after this season

Postby Hillbilly Hunter » Wed Sep 16, 2020 6:16 am

Awesome Buck! Good luck!
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Re: Found the buck I am after this season

Postby HatchieHunter » Wed Sep 16, 2020 9:28 pm

Good looking buck. Good luck with him this fall. Would I’ve to have something like him on my cameras.


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Re: Found the buck I am after this season

Postby double browtine » Sat Sep 19, 2020 7:34 am

That buck would have me in sleep debt for the entire season! Good luck crossing paths with him.
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Re: Found the buck I am after this season

Postby Shed Hunter » Wed Sep 23, 2020 9:42 pm

fairchaser wrote:Wow, what a stud. Rest assured that he will likely range shift sometime before the end of October. Best of luck with him.


That’s not necessarily true. The majority of bucks I have photographed reappear at some point in the fall but also generally keep their summer range altogether. It’s just that their range gets much larger and yes, sometimes they do void themselves of an area entirely. This most commonly happens in ag areas and rarely have I ever not been able to relocate a buck in big woods. IMO, many disappearing deer simply changed their core area (not entire range) and therefore became more difficult to photograph due to fewer appearances in an area
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Re: Found the buck I am after this season

Postby Harold Money jr » Thu Sep 24, 2020 9:06 pm

Those main beams, frame and spread!! Dang special deer!!
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Re: Found the buck I am after this season

Postby Snake » Fri Sep 25, 2020 10:33 am

Shed Hunter wrote:
fairchaser wrote:Wow, what a stud. Rest assured that he will likely range shift sometime before the end of October. Best of luck with him.


That’s not necessarily true. The majority of bucks I have photographed reappear at some point in the fall but also generally keep their summer range altogether. It’s just that their range gets much larger and yes, sometimes they do void themselves of an area entirely. This most commonly happens in ag areas and rarely have I ever not been able to relocate a buck in big woods. IMO, many disappearing deer simply changed their core area (not entire range) and therefore became more difficult to photograph due to fewer appearances in an area


Most likely change as that's a very low density of deer there so come rut time no telling where he will be . Get him early is the key .
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