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    I seem to think I know that spot, cool pic nice seeing those young ones around.

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    Couple of girls out for a stroll

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    Finally got back to the lil acorn last weekend. Its been in the one spot for 4 years and Its been 18 months sice Iv seen it. Stopped sending pics last March. Batteries obviously flat and the tree bark had grown around the strap . Iv had this unit over 5 years now , put a anew set fo batteris in and away it goes. Sent this today.

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    I came into this world with nothing and I still have most of it left.

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    What's up with that top deer? Pedicles but no antler/velvet. Haven't got ya camera on a deer farm have ya?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cigar View Post
    What's up with that top deer? Pedicles but no antler/velvet. Haven't got ya camera on a deer farm have ya?
    It's a knobby. First ever growth. Same deer in both pics.

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    Do what ya want! Ya will anyway.

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    Yup, couple of youngsters.
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    This Redskin should bee stripping his velvet now. COME ON ROAR. Name:  MFDC1879.JPG
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    These as well. Name:  09270011.JPG
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    Roll on the roar, hope we can find a fewof those stags.

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    Starting to resurface after 2 months low key
    No trophy - but not bad for Sounds
    Hot off the GPRS Cam
    Note the Temp - brrr

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    I'd be very happy with him @Sarvo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blisters View Post
    I'd be very happy with him @Sarvo
    All animals in great condition this year - plenty of feed and fewer bloody pigs
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeeMan View Post
    Starting to get stags moving now. Attachment 83511Attachment 83512
    Pine Forest Deer are always far superior in body weight and constitution that Native - why is that
    Not saying Heads - more condition and body frame

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarvo View Post
    Pine Forest Deer are always far superior in body weight and constitution that Native - why is that
    Not saying Heads - more condition and body frame
    Hay Sarvo Generally speaking better feed in pine forest areas, also it has a lot to do with genetics, some animals aren't as well breed as other areas

    Beeman can't wait to have a wee look on the weekend that 10 looks as if he a newcomer to the block.
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