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Ya its amazing what you can find in those dark game cam photos. I just wonder what those two deer in the background are, pretty good chance its a bachelor group of bucks.

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Actually, there are six deer, all bucks. This photo just happened to be the best one. Some of them, I have lot of photos of. Others are new to me.

This happens is August every year. I'll get several bucks hanging together. Thent he velvet comes off and they scatter.

Thanks for the lightened photo, Bear!

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Actually, there are six deer, all bucks. This photo just happened to be the best one. Some of them, I have lot of photos of. Others are new to me.

This happens is August every year. I'll get several bucks hanging together. Thent he velvet comes off and they scatter.

Thanks for the lightened photo, Bear!

I've got the same problem, the past two years I have been following a bachelor group in an area I hunt. I only have access to a small parcel and limited public land so my options are limited. I have even spotted them bachelored up into early October but shortly after that they break up and I never see them again. Let me know if you ever figure our the puzzle. This year I might stay out of the area until closer to the rut and then hit it hard for a few days and see if I can catch one.

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This happens is August every year. I'll get several bucks hanging together. Thent he velvet comes off and they scatter.

yeah, not too uncommon. It would be nice if they were hanging out together all year long but hey the bucks got to do some work to do as Nov. comes!

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