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Nine Pointers, Doe and Fawns

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I got a tip for a new honey hole for deer. These are not great photo's but it was the best I could do for cover and wind direction. The first I seen was a nine pointer who ate some beans and returned to the slough. 3829636233_08d39e1200_o.jpg

Later a doe and her two fawns came out in the same area for a little snack. 3829645437_34789655c6_o.jpg

Then I've never seen this before. The buck came out behind the doe and fawns. When the fawns seen the buck they ran back to him and started annoying him. The buck would put up with it for only so long and then start swinging his antlers. Finally the doe had enough and took the fawns back to the slough. 3829649845_f2a00a5674_o.jpg

A little later big daddy came out and everyone started behaving, including me. I left crawling to a ditch. Does anyone know how long it is before poison ivy blisters start showing up? 3829651665_5387dc352b_o.jpg

Mike

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Sweet images. If you can get poison ivy washed off with strong soap within a half hour or hour of getting it on you there likely will be no rash. The rash usually appears within a day or so.

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Thanks for the tip Steve. I'll know how to take care of it in the future. I did the soap and water thing but I think it might have been to late. So far, I'm itching but I think it's a psycho thing.

Mike

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