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fishmon

help needed!

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I could'nt figure this out on my own so I thought I would ask everyone here are these pics of the same deer? What do you think?

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no i count 6 long tines on the bottom one and 5 on the top i would say ya got a 7 pointer on top and a 8 on bottom

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one tine on the bottom could be a branch

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I would say they are different deer. The one on top is a seven and the second one is tough to tell but looks to be a 9 or 10.

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definetely different deer. nice looking 7 pointer though, be a fine buck next year!

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Different deer with the one on the bottom being a point larger.

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looks like they're both standing in the perfect spots for a good bow shot!

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I zoomed in on the originals and cleared them up definetly two different deer the further one could be a nine or ten. I put the 2 cameras out last weekend was amazed 32 pics on the camera where the bigger bucks were, at one of my other stands less than 100 yrds away 84 pics, mamy different deer mostly does and smaller bucks.

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Looks like the first picture is photo shop overlay...the haze around the rack is a dead give-away...sorry if I'm wrong..

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Sorry to say Chef but I am lucky to have figured out how to post pictures to this site, I am a hammer and wrench guy could'nt photoshop if my life depended on it. Pics were taken on the original wildview 2.0 cameras, $50 for 2 at Menards a few years back.

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Hey, no problem--Looks like you have a couple of nice ones to get your blood pumping this season!

Let us know if you Whack one of them!

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